Friday, October 10, 2008

Who is John McCain?

An angry, bitter hypocrite who lies, incites hatred, divides the country, and offers no positive vision for America

  • Who You Callin’ a Maverick? |

  • Campbell Brown Blasts McCain Campaign For "Race Baiting"

  • Obama Called "Traitor" Again At McCain Rally

  • GOP Former Gov: "He Is Not The McCain I Endorsed"

  • Former McCain Strategist Warns Against "Angry Mob"

  • McCain Defends His Rabid Crowds

  • "Keep The N*gger Out Of Office" |
  • "OCTOBER 8--Angered by a delay in the receipt of his voter registration card, a Louisiana man today threatened election officials, claiming that he urgently needed to cast a ballot to "keep the nigger out of office," according to police. Wade Williams, 75, was arrested this morning on a felony terrorizing charge...."
  • Report: McCain Exploded With Rage During Gambling Outing

  • Is the McCain Campaign Behind the Hate Speech at Rallies? | AlterNet: "
    'It is obviously with tacit approval; and quite probably on the campaign's specific instructions.'"
  • McCain's Last Stand : Rolling Stone:
    "When it comes to Iraq, the Arizona senator remains a prisoner of Vietnam, bravely taking a bullet for a commander in chief who betrayed him"
  • The GOP Peddles Economic Snake Oil |
    "OK, let me get this straight: The central axiom of conservative Republicanism is that government is inherently corrupt and can't do anything right.

    Over many years of ascendancy, conservative Republicans have filled government agencies with conservative Republicans and proceeded to enact the conservative Republican policy wish list -- tax cuts, deregulation, privatization, outsourcing federal work, and so on.

    And as a consequence of these policies our conservative Republican government has bungled most of the big tasks that have fallen to it. The rescue and recovery of the Gulf Coast was a disaster. The reconstruction of Iraq was a disaster. The regulatory agencies became so dumb they didn't even see the disasters they were set up to prevent. And each disaster was attributable to the conservative philosophy of government.

    Yet now we are supposed to vote for more conservative Republicans because we learned from the last bunch of conservative Republicans that government just doesn't work...."
  • It's Judgment Day for McCain -
    "Last week, Republican presidential candidate John McCain called for a commission to 'find out what went wrong' on Wall Street. It was an excellent suggestion: Public inquiries into Wall Street practices served the country well in the 1930s.

    And Mr. McCain has a special advantage to bring to any such investigation -- many of the relevant witnesses are friends or colleagues of his. In fact, he can probably get to the bottom of the whole mess just by cross-examining the people riding on his campaign bus...."
  • How Scary the Economy Would Be in McCain's Hands | Corporate Accountability and WorkPlace | AlterNet:
    "McCain's economic plan contradicts his recently held fundamental views and is far out of touch with the needs of the country."
  • McCain's Dirty Domestic Terrorism Associations | AlterNet:
    "MSNBC's Keith Olbermann has a very interesting report on McCain's own 'character' and 'judgment.'"
  • John McCain's Pastors are Worse Than Obama's - News Bloggers
    "While Senator Obama's pastor has been ripped to shreds in the media, John McCain's have gotten a complete free ride...."
  • McCain Backer Hagee Said Hitler Was Fulfilling God's Will (AUDIO)

  • McCain's Pastor Problem: The Video:
    "In a taped sermon, the preacher McCain calls a 'spiritual guide' calls on America to see the 'false religion' of Islam 'destroyed.' Still, the candidate won't reject Rod Parsley's endorsement."
  • YouTube - McCain's Spiritual Guide

  • YouTube - McCain EMBRACES wacko NEOCON PASTOR Hagee

  • Think Progress | McCain ‘Very Honored’ By Support Of Pastor Preaching ‘End-Time Confrontation With Iran’

  • The Young Turks: Different Standards for Black and White Preachers:
    "Rudy Giuliani's priest has been accused in grand jury proceedings of molesting several children and covering up the molestation of others. Giuliani would not disavow him on the campaign trail and still works with him.
    Mitt Romney was part of a church that did not view black Americans as equals and actively discriminated against them. He stayed with that church all the way into his early thirties, until they were finally forced to change their policies to come into compliance with civil rights legislation. Romney never disavowed his church back then or now. He said he was proud of the faith of his fathers.

    Jerry Falwell said America had 9/11 coming because we tolerated gays, feminists and liberals. It was our fault. Our chickens had come home to roost, if you will. John McCain proudly received his support and even spoke at his university's commencement.

    Reverend John Hagee has called the Catholic Church the "Great Whore." He has said that the Anti-Christ will rise out of the European Union (of course, the Anti-Christ will also be Jewish). He has said all Muslims are trained to kill and will be part of the devil's army when Armageddon comes (which he hopes is soon). John McCain continues to say he is proud of Reverend Hagee's endorsement.
    Reverend Rod Parsley believes America was founded to destroy Islam. Since this is such an outlandish claim, I have to add for the record, that he is not kidding. Reverend Parsley says Islam is an "anti-Christ religion" brought down from a "demon spirit." Of course, we are in a war against all Muslims, including presumably Muslim-Americans. Buts since Parsley believes this is a Christian nation and that it should be run as a theocracy, he is not very concerned what Muslim-Americans think.

    John McCain says Reverend Rod Parsley is his "spiritual guide."

    What separates all of these outrageous preachers from Barack Obama's? You guessed it. They're white and Reverend Jeremiah Wright is not. If it's not racism that's causing the disparity in media treatment of these preachers, then what is it? [...]"

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