Friday, September 19, 2008

Obama-McCain Presidential Race

Obama's Army or Obama's brownshirts? more Obama camp thuggery here. "Senator Obama chose politics rather than the national interest" says McCain campaign, when his minions forced Palin off a New York (would have been bi-partisan) rally against the Iranian Government. Democrats afraid that Jews might see pro-Israel McCain-Palin in a good light. Blacks against Obama protest his gay marriage and abortion stances.

More from Taheri on Obama's misbehavior in Iraq - interfering with US-Iraq negotiations in June (violating the Logan Act), and the questions it raises.

Troopergate? Palin fired a wife-beater, had good cause for her action and the investigation is a partisan witchhunt.

Abortion survivor calls out Obama's votes against the Born Alive Infants Protection Act as denying born alive infants their rights. Gianna Jessen put fear into Obama, and in response, Obama calls it a despicable lie.
Jessen responded to the ad and told

"Obama is clearly blinded by political ambition given his attack on me this week. All I asked of him was to do the right thing: support medical care and protection for babies who survive abortion – as I did 31 years ago," she said. "He voted against such protection and care four times even though the U.S. Senate voted 98-0 in favor of a bill identical to the one Obama opposed."

McCain goes on offense on the economy and brings up Obama's advisor Johnson and ties to Fannie Mae. Key McCain quotes:

Senator Obama talks a tough game on the financial markets but the facts tell a different story. He took more money from Fannie and Freddie than any Senator, but the Democratic chairman of the committee that regulates them. He put Fannie Mae's CEO who helped create this disaster in charge of finding his Vice President. Fannie's former General Counsel is a senior advisor to his campaign. Whose side do you think he is on? When I pushed legislation to reform Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Senator Obama was silent. He didn't lift a hand to avert this crisis. While the leaders of Fannie and Freddie were lining the pockets of his campaign, they were sowing the seeds of the financial crisis we see today and enriching themselves with millions of dollars in payments. That's not change, that's what's broken in Washington.

"While Senator Obama and Congressional leaders don't know what to think about the current crisis, we know what their plans are for the economy. Today Senator Obama's running mate said that raising taxes is patriotic. Raising taxes in a tough economy isn't patriotic. It's not a badge of honor. It's just dumb policy. The billions in tax increases that Senator Obama is proposing would kill even more jobs during tough economic times. I'm not going to let that happen."

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