Saturday, October 4, 2008


Courtesy of True Blue Liberal
(1) the country is in total shambles — possibly far worse than what people even realize;
(2) we have lived for the last eight years under virtually absolute GOP rule;
(3) the public knows this;
(4) the Republican President and his party are therefore intensely — historically — unpopular; &
(5) the voting public doesn’t want to continue living under the rule of the same faction and same political party that has driven the country into the ground.
Any attempt by the Republicans to paint Obama as an anti-American, socialist, radical Muslim isn't getting traction. Any attempt by the Republicans to paint Palin as anything but a political neophyte is not getting any play (wink, wink).

1 comment:

Papa Giorgio said...


Ha, that's funny. The country is in shambles so we are going to elect a guy who was personal friends with one of the most well-known American terorrists, who connected Obama with other Weather Men (one getting him into Columbia. While at these places of learning Obama was reading revolutionary/Marxist writings.

I think this is more of a commentary on how deep a portion of America looks at issues.

You can deny it, but after going through my response to your "weak-sauce" post (on Rezko being "an influence peddler," when he a convicted felon) you will, I am sure Kimba, will walk into that voting booth and vote for the guy who has had more bipartisan - acroos the isle - dealings than Obama (the most liberal senator in the senate) has or could have ever done. To vote for an extreme liberal and not a moderate would be detrimental to this nation right now.

Trust me, I wanted someone like Michael Steele to get in, but I am stuck with McCain. At least he is one of the most hawkish as far as spending goes. I think both of us can agree on this.

A Busy PapaG Say "Howdy."