Friday, October 10, 2008


McCain and Palin's attacks on Sen. Barrack Obama's associations these past weeks has started and brought out the racists in it's supporters. In Wisconsin angry supporters at a rally let McCain and Palin have it. One audience member calling Obama and his group a bunch of hooligans. In Minnesota a woman shouts out "I don't trust Obama. I have read about him and he's an Arab." Obviously an unintelligent white woman. What's the word I'm looking for? "Redneck."

The point is that McCain and Palins so called attack on Obama's character is resulting more in rage from the republicans supporters. Which could leak into violence. Against Democrats and or Obama himself.

The point is McCain and Palin don't have to deal with the difficulties Obama has to face running for President as a minority. Their attacks on his associations just bring that issue to the forefront and intensify the oppression he has to overcome. Now some in white America took the attacks as a calling for them to come out of the shadows.

It shows that McCain/Palin don't think about what they say before saying it. They don't see the affect their words can bring. But they do now. Another bad judgement by McCain. McCain tried to calm down the crowd by changing his negative tone to say he "respects" Obama. Which sends mixed feelings on his hardcore supporters. But it's typical of McCain, he's erratic, and this weeks attacks have that tone. Now he's seeing the true results of his erractic behavior.

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