Archive for October 15th, 2008

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Obama blames FOX News for his slim lead in the polls

October 15, 2008

Hotair –

Obama was quoted as saying

“I am convinced that if there were no Fox News, I might be two or three points higher in the polls,” Obama told me. “If I were watching Fox News, I wouldn’t vote for me, right? Because the way I’m portrayed 24/7 is as a freak! I am the latte-sipping, New York Times-reading, Volvo-driving, no-gun-owning, effete, politically correct, arrogant liberal. Who wants somebody like that?

(1) You got that right

(2) How large would your lead be if there were no MSNBC, CNBC, CNN, and NBC, ABC, and CBS actually did their job?

If it weren’t for FOX News?  Man has The Messiah lost his touch with reality?

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Registration Problems in OH

October 15, 2008

I have a feeling this election season is not going to end on November 4th, and Bush v. Gore will probably be getting a lot of play come November 5th. 

Our friends at Hotair says OH is sitting on 200,000 red flagged voter registrations.  May God Bless us to get out of this mess.  Are these fraudulent registrations going to equal fraudulent votes.  The OH Secretary of State in this story makes me think there might be.

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Western PA is Racist Country

October 15, 2008

When will people like Congressman Murtha and Harry Reid understand that conservatives aren’t voting for Obama because us conservatives do not want a Socialist sitting in the Oval Office, regardless of the candidate’s skin color.  There are racists in this country, and there are most likely racists in Western PA, but to paint a whole region as a racist area is rediculous.  I am 100% sure the vast majority of this country would vote for an African American if they held the same values as the candidate.  I am conservative and I would have no problem voting for Condie Rice, Powell (if he could run), JC Watts, Alan Keyes, and many more.  I have chosen not to vote for Obama because of his views on the role of the Federal Government and his beliefs to spread the wealth…to name a few.

It seems to me Congressman Murtha is out of touch with his constituents.  Does he not realize what Western Penn’s hold dear to their hearts?  Guns, religion, and football.  Murtha has been downtrodden so long from his elite lookout in Washington that he has failed to notice that Obama is not for those who cling to such things.  Maybe those who don’t vote for Obama in Western PA, or any other part of this country, do so not because of Obama’s skin color, but because of his views.  ***As to the assertion regarding football – I am not so sure whether Obama is a football fan, but he looks more like he enjoys a good jai alai match.*** 

Here’s a thought.  Those democrats who cry racist wolf know that the majority of this country is not actually racist.  The whistle blowers want to induce White Guilt and to make us white folk feel if we don’t vote for a Black Candidate we are subliminally KKK grand wizards.  I have no problem not voting for Obama.  Not because of the color of his skin but for the content of his character.  Why should you?

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Obama Campaign Issues Talking Points to Media Ahead of Debate

October 15, 2008

Thanks to our friends at Drudge:

OBAMA CAMPAIGN ISSUES TALKING POINTS TO MEDIA AHEAD OF DEBATE
Wed Oct 15 2008 11:13:03 ET

The Obama campaign issued a set of debate ‘talking points’ to media on Wednesday morning, the DRUDGE REPORT can reveal.

Press Secretary Sean Smith issued the directive in an email from Pennsylvania, 12 hours before the debate.

The memo oddly mirrors much of the main press analysis and theme of the current campaign:

——– Original Message ——–
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2008 09:37:27 -0500
From: Sean Smith [s***mith@barackobama.com]
To: Sean Smith [s***mith@barackobama.com]

* This is John McCain’s last chance to turn this race around and somehow convince the American people that his erratic response to this economic crisis doesn’t disqualify him from being President.

* Just this weekend the weekend, John McCain vowed to “whip Obama’s you-know-what” at the debate, and he’s indicated that he’ll be bringing up Bill Ayers to try to distract voters.

* So we know that Senator McCain will come ready to attack Barack Obama and bring his dishonorable campaign tactics to the debate stage.

Obama continues to lead on the economic crisis with a rescue plan for Main Street.

* Over the course of the campaign, Barack Obama has laid out a set of policies that will grow our middle class and strengthen our economy.

* But he knows we face an immediate economic emergency that requires urgent action – on top of the plans he’s already laid out – to help workers and families and communities struggling right now.

* That’s why Barack Obama is introducing a comprehensive four-part Rescue Plan for the Middle Class – to immediately to stabilize our financial system, provide relief to families and communities, and help struggling homeowners.

* This is a plan that can and should be implemented immediately.

* Obama has shown steady leadership during this crisis and offered concrete solutions to move the country forward – and his Rescue Plan for the Middle Class builds on the plans to strengthen the economy and rebuild the middle class that he’s laid out over the course of this campaign.

* Already in this campaign, he’s unveiled plans to give 95 percent of workers and their families a tax cut, eliminate income taxes for seniors making under $50,000, bring down the cost of health care for families and businesses; and create millions of new jobs by investing in the renewable energy sources.

* John McCain has been erratic and unsteady since this crisis began – staggering from position to position and trying to change the subject away from the economy by launching false character attacks.

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