A day in the life of an Ohioan turned New Yorker
Published on October 11, 2008 By alison watkins In Politics

I think it's DISGUSTSING how John McCain supporters are calling Obama a "terrorist," and claiming how he's in kahoots with, "terrorists." 

These last minute scare mongering techniques are outrageous.  Good luck controlling the mess you have created Mr. McCain. Personally, I don't really understand how anyone can "FcCain" vote for you.

Quote of the week:

"John McCain has sided with George W. Bush on 90% of the issues that concern Americans.  To me that makes him a sidekick, not a maverick."

Senator Joe Biden


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on Oct 11, 2008

I think it's disgusting that in the big wonderful country we live in our choice is reduced pretty much to either one of these two yahoos.

on Oct 11, 2008

And Obama's voting record? Funny how democrats loved McCain when he did not support the administration. Obama will do just fine as Reid's yes man.

on Oct 11, 2008

I think it's DISGUSTSING how John McCain supporters are calling Obama a "terrorist," and claiming how he's in kahoots with, "terrorists."

McCain's actually had to defend Obama now...check out my lastest article for a video clip.  That's how ridiculous it's gotten.

~Zoo

on Oct 11, 2008

Only problem is, he has been in cahoots with domestic terrorists.  You can decide for yourself whether that's important to you, but the fact remains.  His political philosophy has been shaped and informed for at least the past 20 years by the likes of Ayers & Dorn, along with ACORN & the good Rev Wright.  Again, you can decide for yourself whether that's important or not.  And you can decide for yourself if focusing your anger on what you call 'disgusting' is helping you see the forest for the trees.  All up to you.

on Oct 12, 2008

I find it interesting how for over 7 years, we have heard Bush called every type of name by the left, but only now, they get offended when someone says something about 0Bama.

on Oct 13, 2008

I think it's disgusting that in the big wonderful country we live in our choice is reduced pretty much to either one of these two yahoos.

There are more than two candidates running for office.  You wouldn't know it based on the media coverage but there are a slew of other candidates from which to choose.  See if you can find your states ballot prior to the election and research the other candidates before you make your decision.

on Oct 13, 2008

Only problem is, he has been in cahoots with domestic terrorists. You can decide for yourself whether that's important to you, but the fact remains. His political philosophy has been shaped and informed for at least the past 20 years by the likes of Ayers & Dorn, along with ACORN & the good Rev Wright. Again, you can decide for yourself whether that's important or not. And you can decide for yourself if focusing your anger on what you call 'disgusting' is helping you see the forest for the trees. All up to you.

I completely agree.  Personally I don't care who Obama chose to associate with, I don't think it necessarily translates to how Obama will do as President, that said I'm still not voting for him.

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