Friday, October 10, 2008

The True Face Of Liberalism**UPDATED

Since the CNN story on this blog ran last evening, a steady procession of the deranged have visited.  Some of you on the left have left thoughtful comments, but the overwhelming majority of you have displayed the vile and reprobate nature that is representative of the Democratic Party.  True to your nature, you vilify positions that you don't understand or which challenge your sophomoric notions.  We have, up to now, allowed comments from the left to allow them as much rope as they require to hang themselves. Your hate and prejudice are now on display for anyone to see.  I have to admit, I've derived a great deal of amusement from watching it all. Really, you should see yourselves: teeth bared, snarling, and eyes budging from their sockets.  Stalin would be proud.  It has been a lot like poking a rabid dog with a pointy stick.  Review your comments, take a good look in the mirror, and feel the bile rising in your throat as you view the horror of your image. The true face of Liberalism, of the Democratic Party, and of the scribbling minions of the Barack Hussein Obama campaign are on full display in our comment sections. The Obama campaign seems to attract the weak minded, the prejudiced, and the reprobate.  Instead of a reasoned discussion of the issues, most of the comments fill paragraphs with ad hominem attacks (I didn't need to use my dictionary here but if you do, don't feel too bad.  You can check, nobody's watching). For the liberal left there is no room for rational debate, no time for analysis of the core issues (e.g. Barack Hussein Obama's associations with Wright, Ayers, and Raines.  Or, Obama's socialism, position on infanticide, gun control, Iran, his proposed invasion of Pakistan, his affinity for the likes of Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez, etc.)  So, if you care to see for yourself, gentle reader--beware.  You are about to stare into the gaping maw of hell's abyss.

**To those of you saying comments here "aren't that bad", see these two links. We have tried to delete anything with profanity or anything sexual in nature--of which there were many. 

Click here and here. (or read any of the other comment sections on this blog....this post is where we began moderating all comments)


Laurie Addison said...

You Go Girl! How in the world did you get on CNN? I just about fell out of my chair when I saw a positive, accurate story on Gov. Sarah Palin run on CNN. You have my 100% support and I applaud your efforts to reveal the truth about why moms are supporting Palin. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for creating this website. It gives me encouragement that others are out there feeling the same way I do. Keep up the great work! God bless you and God bless America.

Anonymous said...

Bravo, Iam Muslim and I agree with every word you say.
The societies in the US went down because of President Clinton because he was not doing his job as a President.He was very busy cheating on his wife. so he let terrorist and Iran grew too much.
that's why you see now young American men's all are using alcohol and drug because they think tat's they can get away with it like Clinton he got away with his abuse to a young women and to the country and to the white house.So people like Mccain-Palin maybe they will bring back some noble mind to this societies.

michael said...

Well said John. Let's see if they tone it down a bit now. I wonder if these people speak like this in front of their own mother.

Julie T. said...

I heard about this blog on CNN and decided to check it out! Some great stuff! Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

I saw the CNN clip live. I was moved by your passionate support for Palin. I'm a guy, so I can't entirely relate to how you feel that Palin "speaks" to you as a woman. However, Palin speaks to me as a fellow Christian and a fellow American. She stands on principle and fights for the American tax payer and therefore the American people. The hate filled Left just doesn't get it.

Funny how most young people under 29 vote Democrat and then once they turn 30 they have more experience, are a little wiser, and they realize the error of their liberal/socialiat ways and vote Republican. That's been true for decades. Of course, part of the reason is also that that when you turn 30 you start to earn more income, raise a family, etc. and you get sick and tired of federal + state taxes taking 30%+ of your income!

Keep up the good fight!

Anonymous said...

I have a suggestion for president,RUSH LIMBAUGH and for vice president ANN COULTER.

aztlanwarrior said...

I am American of Mexican descent and to vote for McCain/Palin is to send this country back to the 1950's when it was ok to be a racist and a biggot. I love this country very much and I am not a Democrat or a Republican but I now stand behind Obama. This country has taken an economic dump recently and the last person I want to lead this country is an aging man and his dumbwit Beauty Queen who can't answer a legimate question. His motto should be Country Club First! I know most of you republicans never vote outside of your party even though the candidate might be a lying delusional over the hill Man, you guys would still vote for the Republican Nominee even if it was Hoover! Let's pray to god the next president of this great nation is Obama...And last enough of McSame calling himself a Maverick! Maybe he can maverick his A$$ back to his Arizona Country Club or maybe a retirement Home...

GOBAMA!No to 4 more years of MCBush

Anonymous said...

Do you know that there is currently an investigation as to whether or not Obama was even born in this country? Apparently someone has attempted to get his birth certificate and it is being blocked. Our birht ertificates are public info. Unfortunately the investigation won't be over until after the election.
Being born on U.S soil (and yes our over seas bases count as U.S. soil)is one of the requirements to be president

Steven L. Ferguson said...

Hi, saw your story on CNN. My name is Steven and I am a registered democrat from California. I even attended the Democratic National Convention as a delegate! I have to say that I appreciate your support of Governor Palin. I will be voting for Senator McCain and Governor Palin because I believe that they are real, genuine, hardworking christians. As a democrat I disagree with some of your postings pretty strongly but I want you to know that I stand with you and your message not as a Democrat but as a fellow American. Best of luck getting out the vote in Florida!

Anonymous said...

Again, racist attacks. Emphasizing Obama's middle name is only done to associate him with Muslims, who Americans are told we should hate, even though it is beyond a doubt that Obama is actually a Christian, and that the majority of Muslims are average people just like everyone else. Obama is a Christian whether people want to accept it or not. Seems strange that they don't want to accept it, really, if you think about it in terms of Christianity. If you think about it in terms of politics, however, its perfectly clear that it is a smear. Politics are full of smear campaigns. What makes this bad though is that McCain, Palin, and their supporters are making this a RACIST smear campaign, one that is getting more and more violent each day. No one in the Obama camp has ever INCITED VIOLENCE against McCain. This is really, awfully, sad, to know that someone running for the President of the United States of America is intentionally inciting racial hatred around the country. What year is this again? Where does your Jesus fit into this? Seriously, I would like to know, because this really seems like hypocrisy to me. History is full of examples that we should already have learned from....

Proud American said...

This site is wonderful. I love to see Christians standing up for what is RIGHT. I applaud you and thank you.

Most of the media have sold their souls to the devil and will stop at nothing to do his evil work. It is time we Christians speak out and say yes, we can be political and still be Christians. Jesus would not have stood silently by. He would have condemned Obama.

Also, though some people think we conservatives are all white and angry. We come in many different colors.

Anonymous said...

Why are you practicing the negative, ignorant politics of fear when the global economy is imploding? It just goes to show how far out of touch you and your ilk are with what's going on in the world.

I look forward to visiting this blog again on Nov. 5 - just hours after Barack Obama wins the presidential election in a landslide.

Enjoy your time on the lunatic fringe.

Anonymous said...

Since it wasn't published the first time I need to ask you again--you are hypercritical of the Democratic Party and there you go.....spewing out hate. I really do not believe all posters on this blog who do not agree with your views are Democrat but you are very willing to jump to this conclusion? Why is that?

Sara M. said...

Sarah Palin is a vote for God. She stands for everything that I stand for as a Christian woman and single mother. Her standing by her after becoming pregnant shows me the strength of her character. And the way she stood up to Washington shows that she is just what this country needs to move forward. I don't understand why people would vote for someone who believes in infanticide and has ties to the terrorists. What are these people thinking?

Tiffany said...

Hi, I'm taking some heat over at guess they found me looking for you. These dems are all kinds of twisted up. :o)

Nice blog, great story, keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

you people are so stupid.
Baracks middle name IS Hussein.
If you actually read through posts here, you will find that she does use McCain's middle name a lot.
Get over your phobia, you pathetic losers.

Anonymous said...

"The Obama campaign seems to attract the weak minded, the prejudiced, and the reprobate. Instead of a reasoned discussion of the issues, most of the comments fill paragraphs with ad hominem attacks (I didn't need to use my dictionary here but if you do, don't feel too bad. You can check, no body's watching). For the liberal left there is no room for rational debate, no time for analysis of the core issues (e.g. Barack Hussein Obama's associations with Wright, Ayers, and Raines. Or, Obama's socialism, position on infanticide, gun control, Iran, his proposed invasion of Pakistan, his affinity for the likes of Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez, and etc.)"

Wow. You typed all that with a straight face? How can you seriously expect anyone to believe that you want to engage in a "reasoned" discussion of the issues when you choose intentionally inflammatory and derogatory language like this?

Sarah Palin is not qualified to be Vice President, regardless of her stand on issues. The fact that you and your pals were on CNN talking about how you can "relate" to her and would feel comfortable having her over to your house says it all. Who cares? What in the world does that have to do with being a heartbeat away from the presidency? It's people like you who absolutely terrify me. The ones who believe that graduating from Harvard Law makes one "elitist" rather than accomplished and who see intrinsic value in having politicians who are "just like us." I don't want a politician who is just like I am, because I am intelligent enough to recognize that I am not qualified to be President or Vice President.

PS. You might not need a dictionary, but you do need to learn to spell. "No body" actually is one word -- "nobody."

Jaggie Gold said...

As someone who was born in the USSR, I am appalled and offended that you would associate Stalin's views with the Democrats'. And as for Obama and the liberal views of the world - condemnant quod non intellegunt. Have your dictionary with you?

Anonymous said...

If the liberals are so full of hate and anger, why is it the radical wingnuts who are frothing at the mouth screaming "Kill Him," "Terrorist" etc. at McCain and Palin rallies? And why aren't McCain and Palin urging their supporters not to act like raving lunatics?

WRG said...

What is there to "get" about Sarah Palin? That she's pretty? That she wears very flattering glasses? That she has a twang and a drawl that "sounds" authentically American? That she can see Russia from Alaska on a cloudless day?

As a mother and a working woman, I think Sarah Palin is a disgrace as a vice-presidential candidate. She mangles the English language, acts with a total lack of decorum and respect for the position she seeks to hold (winking like a two-bit ... at the camera), displays a shocking lack of knowledge of foreign affairs and the economy, smiles ingratiatingly when people at her rallies yell "kill him" and gets herself blessed by a witchdoctor. Oh, and did I mention making rape victims pay for their own rape kits?

If Palin represents the average American, then God help America and the world.

JesseTaraMcCoyandgang said...

Tami ~ saw the interview online and loved it! Great Job to all the girls who were interviewed!!! I am proud to say I personally know and call them my friends!

What I find odd is all the "Christians" who leave comments saying things like "Isn't it un-Christian like to bring division? Aren't Christians supposed to be loving?"
My answer to that is to read the Gospel. Christ didn't come to this world to hold hands with everyone and sing Kum by Yah, my Lord. When HE came, HE pointed out people's sins. HE was NOT liked by most. HE let everyone know that they were sinners but that HE loved them. HE told people when they were wrong. HE wasn't liked by not only the government officials, but also by most of the "religious" crowd either.
Now, I am in no way equating Sarah Palin to Christ, but what I am saying before you start bashing Christians for not making everyone like them, read the 4 Gospels. You might wind up surprised and not like what Christ had to say. I don't most of the time cause I am getting convicted in ways in which I need to change. I love my Saviour for dying on the cross for my sins. He didn't have to, but He loves me and everyone else that much.

I love Sarah Palin ~ is she perfect, no ~ am I definitely not. But, I see in Sarah Palin something that I want to see in a politician. A connection with what happens in the life of those in our country. She regards the life of a baby higher than that of convenience. She honors God. And she is pretty darn smart about energy. And from what I have heard and read, her pro-life and energy experience is a few of the major reasons she is the running mate of John McCain. I am proud to say that my vote will be cast for the McCain/Palin ticket in November.

Anonymous said...

Looks like you Moms 4 Sarah Palin put about as much rational thought into this blog as John McCain did in choosing as his running mate a governor with an abuse of power indictment hanging over her head. So what's your next blog creation going to be? Moms 4 Casey Anthony?

Anonymous said...

Oh goodness, I don't think Barack "Hussein" Obama is at all appropriate. How rude, and how untrue. I think we all need to step back for a second and realize that it is INAPPROPRIATE to question either McCain's or Obama's motivations for running for president. Do you really think that Obama wants to be president so that he can ruin the nation? Let's please be rational. Perhaps this is too much to ask, but can also discuss Palin rationally? Governor Palin offends me because she unprepared for the task at hand. And yes, I think it's lovely that she is a mom, but does being a mom really qualify you for being vice president? And please, let's realize that she is politically unaccomplished. This is NOT a matter of opinion. Look at the facts. I wish there were a strong, well-educated and politically accomplished woman running. There is no such person running, so please, stop pretending.

You should really try to tone it down, because you are coming across as an ultraconservative nutcase who has temper-control issues. Also, I agree with a previous post, your blog is verbose and very clearly thesaurus-enabled.

Also, Sarah Palin a vote for God? How offensive.

Anonymous said...

I am amazed how you people have the nerve to talk about what people post to this ridiculous site, when you support the very party that can't even run a clean campaign. Who ever is supportive of what McCain and Palin are doing are hypocrites. You say we are a bunch of angry people have you looked in the mirror, better yet your website and this campaign that the people you support are running, bashing Obama. And you call yourself CHRISTIANS!!!! I am a christian too, a single mother working and going to school fulltime and you better beleive I am going to vote for someone who wants more for the hardworking middle class and our children, than wasting time running a smearpaign.


Anonymous said...

Sarah Palin is pretty and articulate and she is just like you and me. but can you or your group of friends run the country? Do you understand why John McCain picked her? because he couldnt get his way-the republicans said no to joe liberman and he didnt want Mitt Romney so he picked someone he knew little about. it is sad that people think someone is qualified because they can hang out with them. it isnt a popularity contest. the prom queen doesnt have to be president. she winks and givs eye contact to the camera and doesnt answer questions. she didnt do well. i want a qualfied smart woman who doesnt need a whole bunch of prep to do average in a debate. i am a woman and i dont want just a woman, i want someone qualified

Anonymous said...

Teeth bared, snarling, and eyes bulging from their sockets? Good Lord. I checked the mirror even though I did not respond to the CNN show and I looked ok. Pretty normal actually. It amazes me hear people talk like you. I read many of the comments and thought that many of them came from very intelligent people. You are going to have your radicals from both sides. Take a look at the Republican rallies. It's all over the news how they are worried about how worked up people are becoming at them. There was a man arrested for god sakes! It has also been noted that it is not happening at the democratic rallies. Are you watching the news at all? I think you might want to take a look in the mirror yourself and reread what you wrote. I'm not surprised how people responded to your blog. I hope it makes you think.

Anonymous said...

LATEST GALLUP TRACKING POLL: Obama - 52%; McCain - 41%; Sarah Palin - pitbull with mustache.

John Cox said...

I always respect someone's opinions but I really find it hard to understand your support for this woman. These are very serious time. In my opinion there has never been anyone running for high office that is LESS qualified to be President of the United States. She has no experience that would prepare her for this job and seems to have little interest or ability to learn. Obama also has little experience but he has gone through an 18 month vetting process and has shown the ability to articulate rational thoughts, lead, and make sound judgements. The fact that you "relate" to her or admire her or respect her beliefs is great. But we already found out what we get when we elect a leader who doesn't reside in the "reality based" community and who fails to see nuances in the issues, but rather shoots from the hip. McCain's age makes her chance of becoming President something like 1 in 5. God help us if that happens.

Anonymous said...

It should be noted in fairness and for balance, a fairness and balance I find very little of here on your blog site, that the deranged, the discourteous, the distorters, the un-Christian, the hostile, the ignorant and the plain hateful exist on both sides of the political spectrum. I cannot tell you how many racist, Xenophobic expressions of hate and malice I have read on blogs that express pro-Obama sentiments.

This blog site has not done particularly well in this regard. It seems that the authors of these posts are content to continue to spread the hate and distortions and outright lies that are prevalent in other places on the net. Sarah Palin herself seems intent on inciting her campaign crowds into some violent act after which she will feign surprise and shock and say she had nothing to do with it. She should be admonishing those in her crowds that yell that Obama is a "terrorist" or those that call for his death. "Kill him" I heard one person shout in a newsreel at a Palin rally.

This does not square with my Christian values in any way. Jesus would not condone the way Palin is conducting herself.

I abhor the way some people on the left, Obama supporters who say hateful things about Sarah Palin. Those who lie about her record and those who call her hateful names. But she (and those who write these posts) seem to think that it is only hateful and un-Christian if it is done against Sarah. If it is done against Barack Obama, it seems to be perfectly ok. And I do not simply mean the nasty tone or foul language or slurs, I also mean the repetition of every rumor, distortion and outright lie that exists about Obama, Biden, and liberals in general. I believe Jesus is saddened by your dishonesty.

The Town Chiropractor said...

Your girl doesn't deserve the job for the exact following reasons:

1. The party she and you represent have wrecked our economy with a completely hands-off no insight view of the federal markets.

2. The war in Iraq costs us almost 10 billion a month...we only have so much money to start with and to spend this much on a warmongering pet project is unforgiveable.

3. The result has been the emptying of tax payer dollars to give to the fat cats on Wall Street because the basic premise of your party have proven not to work economically.

4. This is all the GOPs fault and someone else deserves the role.

Do you not care that the economy is tanking, that the world hates us, and people are losing their homes? All you care about is that she cares about a fictional book, takes away a womans right to choose, is against stem cell research, and hates fags. Voting ONLY on social conservative values while ignoring all else is absolutely ridiculous. I can't believe this ticket is still above 40%. Look at the bigger picture. The modern America under a social conservative wrap is NO different than the Taliban.

Danielle said...

I'm probably one of the last bloggers you want to hear from I am an Obama supporter, but I am truly and honestly curious about McCain and more so Palin supporters. I was hoping that you could answer some of my questions as I do not know of many people that support her other than those I see on tv (you and your friends on CNN last night). Now I don't have anything against Palin as a person other than I think she may be a little racist (nodding in agreement with the terrorist remarks) but I believe most people in this country (black, white, asian and so on) are racist to some extent. So my main confusion comes from trying to understand what about Palin makes her fit to lead a country. I understand she's a strong woman, multi tasker, governor for a little bit of Alaska, but I don't understand how she will be fit to lead an entire nation whom she seems to be so out of touch with. I get that you are in touch with her because you can relate to her. But nothing that she or McCain says or does shows me that they care about people that can't relate to them. How about those whom have never seen a hockey rink? How about those who have only seen guns kill their family members? How is she and McCain going to stand up for all people in the US and not just hockey mom's and christians and corporations. This country is a melting pot of individuals- diverse in everyway. How would McCain and Palin represent their interests? Do you know?

NAM said...

dear sara m,
As a married working mom I want to back Sarah Palin with all my energy: she's a good mother, successful in her career and an example to us all. I'm here because as a Christian Independant I am tired of politics trying to use my faith in the Lord to manipulate my vote. I mean, I congratulate all those of us who are involved in our congregations and communities, i think we really make a difference but i think it cheapens the true value of our actions to use our faith for political gains. we are all equal in the eyes of the Lord and the judgement is not ours to make. who are we to even discuss another's faith? to me, the only thing that matters are a person's actions and intended actions. those are the issues that mean something to me and that i feel equipped to judge.

Mr said...

It's truly amazing that ANYONE that with over a 5th grade education would think Sarah Palin would be a good choice for running this country. She's truly an idiot, and so are you for thinking her smug unexperienced, corrupt self is capable of running her own home, much less my country.

Well, now that i think about it, it appears that she cant even run her own house..pregnant unwed teen daughter, son who had a choice of jail or the military...oh yeah, she's the right choice!

Ry said...


Obama/Biden vs McCain/Palin, what if things were switched around?

.....think about it.

Would the country's collective point of view be different?

Ponder the following:

What if the Obamas had paraded five children across the stage, including a three month old infant and an unwed, pregnant teenage daughter?

What if John McCain was a former president of the Harvard Law Review?

What if Barack Obama finished fifth from the bottom of his graduating class?

What if McCain had only married once and Obama was a divorcee?

What if Obama was the candidate who left his first wife after a severe disfiguring car accident, when she no longer measured up to his standards?

What if Obama had met his second wife in a bar and had a long affair while he was still married?

What if Michelle Obama was the wife who not only became addicted to pain killers but also acquired them illegally through her charitable organization?

What if Cindy McCain graduated from Harvard?

What if Obama had been a member of the Keating Five?

What if McCain was a charismatic, eloquent speaker?

What if Obama couldn't read from a teleprompter?

What if Obama was the one who had military experience that included discipline problems and a record of crashing seven planes?

What if Obama was the one who was known to display publicly, on many occasions, a serious anger management problem?

What if Michelle Obama's family had made their money from beer distribution?

What if the Obamas had adopted a white child?

You could easily add to this list. If these questions reflected reality, do you really believe the election numbers would be as close as they are?

Educational Background:
Barack Obama:
Columbia University - B.A. Political Science with a Specialization in International Relations.
Harvard - Juris Doctor (J.D.) Magna Cum Laude

Joseph Biden:
University of Delaware - B.A. in History and B.A. in Political Science
Syracuse University College of Law - Juris Doctor (J.D.)


John McCain:
United States Naval Academy - Class rank: 894 of 899

Sarah Palin:
Hawaii Pacific University - 1 semester
North Idaho College - 2 semesters - general study
University of Idaho - 2 semesters - journalism
Matanuska-Susitna College - 1 semester
University of Idaho - 3 semesters - B.A. in Journalism

Education isn't everything, but this is about the two highest offices in the land as well as our standing in the world. You make the call.

JesseTaraMcCoyandgang said...

Who am I?

I am under 45 years old,

I love the outdoors,

I hunt,

I am a Republican reformer,

I have taken on the Republican Party establishment,

I have many children,

I have a spot on the national ticket as vice-president after less than two years in the governor's office.

Do you know who I am?

I am Teddy Roosevelt in 1900

Anonymous said...


Here's your answers...

What if John McCain were a former president of the Harvard Law Review?
What if Barack Obama finished fifth from the bottom of his graduating class?
What if... Where one goes to school or how well they grade makes no difference to me. There are many people who have had the best education in the world and have scored high on exams... this doesn't mean that I want them making decisions that could impact my life and those of my children for generations to come.

And... let's not forget how many other presidents graduated (if at all) at the bottom of their class and/or did not attend such an "elite" school such as Harvard.

1. George Washington: Homeschooled by his father and half-brother, no college.
2. Abraham Lincoln: "Lincoln attended an ABC school. Such schools were held in log cabins, and often the teachers were barely more educated than their pupils. According to Lincoln, “no qualification was ever required of a teacher beyond readin', writin', and cipherin', to the Rule of Three.” Including a few weeks at a similar school in Kentucky, Lincoln had less than one full year of formal education in his entire life." Encarta Encyclopedia
3. Andrew Johnson: His family was too poor to send him to school. It was his wife who helped him learn to read and write and do arithmetic. (Interesting fact, he was just a humble tailor.)
4. Harry S Truman: Did not attend college.

Here's a few more names to through in the hat.
1. Thomas Edison: Did not attend college.
2. Henry Ford: Did not attend college.
3. Bill Gates: Dropped out of Harvard.
4. Albert Einstein: Attended Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich, but hated it there. He cut classes and used the time to study physics or to play his violin. He passed his examinations and graduated in 1900 by studying the notes of a classmate. Not to mention... It has recently been discovered that he had Aspergers.
5. Benjamin Franklin: He taught himself grammar, arithmetic, navigation, and philosophy, as well as several foreign languages!

Well, I could go on and on about this one. However, I think you get the point.

What if McCain were still married to the first woman he said "I do" to?
What if Obama were the candidate who left his first wife after she no longer measured up to his standards?
How soon we forget that Ronald Reagan was also married twice, but this did not reflect on his career as president. And what does McCain have to say about his divorce? He recently called the breakup of his first marriage "my greatest moral failure." I personally look-up to a man who is humble enough to admit to his short-comings. To me that's integrity and I want a president who is willing to accept responsibility for his mistakes and not make excuses for them.

Listen; anybody who knows me understands that I DO NOT promote divorce and I believe that 99.9% of marriages can be saved through hard work, prayer and God. However, having a broken marriage does not reflect who a person was or what they have become.

What if Michelle Obama were a wife who not only became addicted to pain killers, but acquired them illegally through her charitable organization?
What if we had a president who admitted to trying drugs, just not "inhaling" (Bill Clinton)? What of we had a president who openly confessed to using cocaine. Should we hold that against him? Obama DID use cocaine & marijuana and admits to it! (It's in his memoir, "Dreams of My Father".)
What if Cindy McCain graduated from Harvard?
I think that we already covered this one, but let me point out that the majority of past presidential wives did not attend college at all!
One thing to add... a college education does not guarantee common sense.

What if Obama were a member of the Keating-5?
A former CEO of mortgage financing giant Fannie Mae, Mr. Johnson vetted Vice Presidential candidates for Obama. Why are we not told about that? And what about Obama's link to Raines?
What if McCain were a charismatic, eloquent speaker?
In my humble little opinion; "charismatic, eloquent speaker" just means "well-rehearsed".

If these questions reflected reality, do you really believe the election numbers would be as close as they are? After reading the above... you be the judge.
This is what racism does. It covers up, rationalizes and minimizes positive qualities in one candidate and emphasizes negative qualities in another when there is a color difference.
No... This is what ignorant desperate people do in the heat of indifference. Claim race.

You are The Boss... which team would you hire?
The team who may have faults, but isn't afraid to admit them. The team who I may not always agree with, but I know what I'm getting. McCain and Palin...

With America facing historic debt, 2 wars, stumbling health care, a weakened dollar, all-time high prison population,mortgage crises, bank foreclosures, etc.
The team who is for the people, not the dollar. The team who is willing to walk away from their own political agenda and risks everything to make a difference. Not the team who agrees that our economy could possibly be heading towards a global crisis, but chooses not to push his own agenda aside (for the people) and then votes (once more) as "present"!

Educational Background:
Columbia University - B.A. Political Science with a Specialization in International Relations.
Harvard - Juris Doctor (J.D.) Magna Cum Laude
Did you read the above?

University of Delaware - B.A. in History and B.A. in Political Science.
Syracuse University College of Law - Juris Doctor (J.D.)
Again, did you read the above?


United States Naval Academy - Class rank: 894 of 899

Hawaii Pacific University - 1 semester
North Idaho College - 2 semesters - general study
University of Idaho - 2 semesters - journalism
Matanuska-Susitna College - 1 semester
University of Idaho - 3 semesters - B.A. in Journalism

Now, which team are you going to hire ?
McCain and Palin

What if Barack Obama had an unwed, pregnant teenage daughter....
"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone".
With that said; I would admire his courage to bring this blessing into the world (risking the "opinion" of those around him) and to turn a "mistake" into a wonderful journey.
One more thought on this; maybe some just hide their transgressions better.

kay. said...

"...the vile and reprobate nature that is representative of the Democratic Party."

country first or republicans first?!

how is this helping anyone or anything? you're just as bad as the far left crazies!

this is exactly the kind of nonsense the mccain/palin ticket is condoning and perpetuating.

please, PLEASE wake up.

Leonard said...

>>It is time we Christians speak out and say yes, we can be political and still be Christians. Jesus would not have stood silently by. He would have condemned Obama.<<

What would Jesus do? Kill Obama?

When we officially abandon separation of church and state, it won't take long before Christians start using the government to persecute other Christians.

JesseTaraMcCoyandgang said...

Hannah said...
"May I ask why Jesus would condemn Barack Obama? Seeing as many of Jesus's teachings are being preached by Sen. Obama. Tolerance being a big message."

May I ask where in the Gospels does Christ teach "tolerance"?

Now to answer your question why Jesus would condemn Barack Obama ~
Mt 10:42 And whosoever shall give to drink unto one of these little ones a cup of cold water only in the name of a disciple, verily I say unto you, he shall in no wise lose his reward.
Mt 18:6 But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.
Mt 18:10 Take heed that ye despise not one of these little ones; for I say unto you, That in heaven their angels do always behold the face of my Father which is in heaven.
Mt 18:14 Even so it is not the will of your Father which is in heaven, that one of these little ones should perish.
Mr 9:42 And whosoever shall offend one of these little ones that believe in me, it is better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he were cast into the sea.
Lu 17:2 It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones.

Exodus 21:22 ¶ If men strive, and hurt a woman with child, so that her fruit depart from her, and yet no mischief follow: he shall be surely punished, according as the woman's husband will lay upon him; and he shall pay as the judges determine.

intellegencematters said...

"A vote for Palin is a vote for God"???? "Jesus would have condemned Obama"???? This is crazy talk. I think it's miguided and blasphemous to assume that you know what God is thinking or that you would prtray Jesus as being hateful. Jesus loved all God's chilren and I pray that he forgives you for your hateful heart. Careful folks. Looks like some of you are worshiping Palin as a false prophet or an idol. If you are so concerned about this election, pray for yourselves that God will lead you to choose the right candidate and then let God decide. You trust him don't you? Or is it, in Sarah we trust?

Anonymous said...

As a fiscal conservative, I am nauseated by all the support for this RINO. But even as her star power fades within the party as her ineptness is revealed, the reactionary RINOs continue to support her, turning campaign rallies into wannabe lynch mobs.

Once my obvious choice for CIC, I lost all respect for McCain when he made this pick pandering to the reactionary right-wing of the party, putting votes before country.

You think they're keeping her away from the press because they do not want her anti-Constitution leanings exposed?

The choice this year must be:


Chanel said...

Well, I commented twice on your blog last night, and I'd like to think that I was one of the more "thoughtful" commenters as you put it, I just honestly don't understand what people see in the McCain/Palin ticket. I don't consider myself "liberal" but I do consider myself a left of center Christian Democrat. I understand defending youself against crazy attacks, but invoking Sen. Obama's middle name, when you know FULL WELL why you're doing it, well that's just foul and it's a sad commentary for people who claim to be Christian. Even the McCain campaign has condemned the usage of "Hussein" at their rallies because the people who invoke it know exactly what they're doing.

All that being said, I hope you too, dearest blog administrator, will thoroughly examine and look deep within YOURSELF, and figure out why you have decided to echo the "far fringe" right in invoking Sen. Obama's middle name to create a negative reaction. Hopefully, after your examination, you won't be viewing the horror of your own image.

Phil said...

I just want to thank you for being a voice in a time where evil can only prevail in the presence of good being silent! You have my prayers and support and I encourage you to stay strong through this season. Blessed our those who are persecuted in Christ's name and consider it pure joy when you face trials of many kinds. Be that voice in Florida and bring the truth to light!

UnPoliticallyCorrect2008 said...

Okay..I give it to Obama supporters that if the issue at hand was merely Ayers, you might have a leg to stand on, but when you have a formula like the one below-it BEGS to question Obama's judgement, character, intgerity, truthfullness/honesty and intentions.

I sit back in true amazement at those making fun of Sarah Palin's "alleged" SAT scores or even McCain's failure to gradute respectfully from the Naval Academy.....BUT, how do we even know Obama graduated from college or law school? Where are the transcripts to prove this and where are his SAT scores? Better yet, give me one article or anythign that actually proves he was PResident of the Harvard Law Review as I cannot imagine as President, he did not have to write anything.


= Corruption, deceitful,and liar with obvious criminalistic ties and/or behaviors.

Look, it does not take a rocket scientist to put all of that together and come up with and even more corrupt washington and failed US economy should Obama become president.

We can dismiss one "coincidence" he was friends with a bad person, possibly even two, but seriously....there is NO DENYING the above information....and I am sure there is more corruption where all of that came from!!!

Alcira said...

I find your post rather ironic given the turn the McCain-Palin campaign has taken. It is at their rallies that they try to instill fear and hatred in the people of America. They call their opponent a terrorist even though neither of them believes it is true with one goal and one goal only to build the resentment and incite the crowd.

In terms of supporting Palin, how can you? How can you support someone who is unable to express her thoughts in a coherent manner?
How can you trust her to represent your views? How can you trust her to defend those views in front of other world leaders? How can you say that this is the best for your country? Since when being mediocre is a good quality in a leader.

Jennifer said...

"The Obama campaign seems to attract the weak minded, the prejudiced, and the reprobate."
Oh really? People attending Palin's rallies are calling out for Obama's death, yelling at news reporters (ever heard of freedom of the press, sweetie? Seems you like the press when it benefits you, but whine yourself when it turns around and makes Saint Palin look like the fool she is-)

By the way, I lived in Wasilla while she was Mayor and lived in Alaska while she was Governor. I know exactly how she "governs".

Unite Women Against Sarah Palin

Denver Doc said...

I pray with all my heart that the silent majority does not sit at home on election day, but gets out and exercises their right to vote. Without their support our country is destined to become an Obama-nation.

Obama has spent years in relationships with people whose character is at the very least questionable. Years, not days, not weeks, but years. When finally called on it, he brushes it off with a glib dismissal, "We're just neghbors," or "I denounce their beliefs." I want to know precisely when Obama realized he was keeping bad counsel. Was it during the years he kept it or after it was pointed out by the very few right leaning media outlets?

Further, I find it impossible to believe he had no idea the ideologies of these divisive, in some instances lunatic, fringe players was inappropriate. He is either a liar or the dumbest person to have ever graduated from Harvard.

Mark my words, should he take office in January of next year, it won't take long before this country is viewed by its citizens as an abomination... er, Obama-nation.

McCain/Palin '08 - Please get out the vote!

GarageYears said...


Can't name a newspaper when asked...

Seems to believe Putin raises his head in the Alaskan airspace...

Babbles incoherently when asked about the economy....

Supports the oh, so patriotic separation of Alaska from the USA...

Bravo sad people. Relate all you like, but unfortunately we need smart people in the Whitehouse, not someone who you could pop in and have a coffee and doughnut.

Frank Jones said...

Hi, Tammy, I saw you on CNN and I came straight here. I totally disagree with everything about you, but I'm not here to say anything mean. I hope you read this and just ask yourself some tough questions. 1. I think Sarah Palin is mean-spirited. I believe she was picked only to be the "pitbull" and go on the attack because John McCain doesn't want to put himself out there too much with the negative (and untrue) attacks. So when you say that you like her "tenacity," do you really truly want your political leaders to be mean-spirited and only support a certain section of the population? Whatever happened to the idea that our leaders should represent all of us, even if we disagree with them? It always seems that the Republicans only care about their base, and they are constantly making fun of the rest of us. 2. I believe that, just as others out there misunderstand you, you misunderstand us "liberals." The term wasn't always one that created such hatred from the Right. It's only since Reagan that the term started to be demonized by the Right. As a Christian, don't you think it's time that our great country unite? We've been viciously divided by Rovian politics that pit the Right vs. the Left. I'm from Florida and all of my relatives are Christian conservatives from Georgia, and we have nothing in common at all, but when we get together at family gatherings, we laugh and love as one family. As a Christian, why are you trying to demonize liberals? As a liberal, I believe that we should spend our tax money to help the poor and others that need our help, such as our veterans who come home from the war with post-traumatic stress disorder and need years of medical help that the VA is not willing to give. I think we should use our tax dollars to pay for education first instead of prisons and more nuclear weapons that no one wants to ever use. That's what I stand for as a liberal. And all of those things sound very Christian to me. They sound like what Jesus wanted us to do and be. I don't waste my time making fun of Sarah Palin and the religious Right. And I don't rally around abortion. I just would rather my hard-earned tax dollars to go to causes that help mankind. Is that really so bad? What would Jesus do?

Anonymous said...

Sarah Palin is an embarrassment to the whole political system. The woman hardly knows anything about politics and blames the media on the fact that she can't name another Supreme Court case or no idea what the Bush Doctrine is. Why do moms support her if she doesn't support equal pay for women and most important women's rights on abortions. Religious people may be against abortions, but most women would prefer to have the choice, and that is not fair to those women. The McCain party has used her purely as a puppet and I find it embarrassing that so many people think she is this so called superstar. Why did Governor Palin fly on a plane from Texas to Seattle than Seattle to Anchorage after her water broke. She could have killed her baby and shows me of her stupid decisions. 94 tax increases is totally a crock of dough.

Swordmaster2k1 said...

While admire your conviction and support of a noble cause, I must disagree on many of your counts. Personality and "feistiness" only account for a certain level of what it means to be a valued member of our country; competence and ingenuity account for much more, especially in these trying times. Just as a funny and supportive workmember may be fired for consistent tardiness or mistakes in a crucial task, so too is Sarah Palin unfit for our country's federal government. While I may be a liberal, I am an American first and foremost, and I congratulate Palin on being the first woman promoted to such an honor as vice presidential candidate, she simply does not have the expertise no matter how much her heart may lie in her cause. I wish you blessings in all of your endeavors, but I cannot help but mention that I believe you are supporting someone who does not deserve it.

Lauren Kelly said...

As I read some of these comments., I am stunned. I can’t believe the lengths people will go to bring someone down just because of their political and spiritual beliefs. I am open and willing to hear both sides when it’s done with respect and dignity. I love this blog page and it’s a shame that it has turned into the war of the words. Maybe there was a time that people could talk about their political beliefs and party affiliation without jumping down each other’s throats. I have a word for those who chose to come by this page and bash the very reason and very person that this page was created for, nobody said you had to come by here. It is completely understandable that everyone is going to have their own opinion and beliefs, but nobody said you had to come here and talk with others that you clearly disagree with. We welcome you and we welcome the discussion, but when it’s done like I said, with a little respect and dignity, and if that’s not going to happen, then maybe you should go to another page with like-minded people such as yourself and you’ll be a whole lot happier, and not have to take out all your anger and aggression here, that’s not the purpose of this site.

Zomba Fett said...

Excellent blog! Very well done job and great interview on CNN (that is how I actually found you). I live in Anchorage, Alaska, and I met Sarah Palin twice. And I am telling you - SHE WILL TAKE CARE OF THE US. I am absolutely disgucted to see liberal media and histerical celebrities going after her with whatever they can afford. Sick!!! But I am grateful to them for making me a hard core republican. This is the very first time I am going to vote, as I just recently become a citizen of the United States. I am HAPPY and absolutely thrilled to be able to cast my vote for Sarah Palin. Obama is a very dangerous man who will put America on her knees infront of the World of socializm and terror. Sarah has bigger balls to take on Putin, Chavez and Ahmadinejad than Obama and Biden combined! I simply cannot not understand why Americans do not see that? If Sarah Palin is a pitbull with lipstick, as her supporter I am a wolfhound with mascara!

Yhate said...

I watched the CNN segment on the Moms 4 Sarah Palin. I'm not supporting her yet, but I'm not here to bash her either. When she was first brought on the scene, I was like "wow"! She has accomplished much and I'm very proud of her. When I watched the RNC, I thought she had great passion!"

She lost me when I begin to see more of her do as I say, but not as I do. I don’t agree with the attacks towards her, but I've heard nothing but attacks coming from her. Why show hate towards the media, but then ask the media to attack another human being?

Oh, yeah. I'm a Christian and a faithful tither. I can understand the candidates attacking each other on the issues, but this character attacking is unacceptable (from both sides). I heard you all say that you pray for Palin. That's wonderful, but do you pray about the hate and anger that are being displayed at the rallies. Being a Christian, I would hope that one would detest such behavior. All of us fall short of God's glory. None of us is perfect. God's word says that we should love one another. We should edify and lift each other up, not tear down. Thou shall not bear false witness against your neighbor. I could go on, but I just wanted to point out that being pro-life (thou shall not kill) is not the only thing that qualifies one as a Christian.

I pray and cry for our country. This election has brought to an head the hate that people have in their hearts. If we are going to claim to be Christians, let's do so!!!

He without sin, cast the first stone.

Regi S. said...

I added this comment and then it disappeared. This is an interesting conversation with some higher ups in the Republican party discussing Palin.I'm not sure why she removed it, all I'd said was "this is interesting".

Frank Jones said...

Sorry, swordmaster2k1, but Sarah Palin is not "the first woman promoted to such an honor as vice presidential candidate." Geraldine Ferraro? Maybe you're too young to remember.

Eva Gale said...

You know, I'm a born again, homeschooling mother of 7 voting for Obama. I don't use abortion as a litmus test because Evangelicals would vote in Nero if he was anti-abortion. Palin is inciting racist hatred out there in her speeches, and you're OK with that? If you're a Christian how can you give that a pass? If there is a attempt at taking Obama's life I will place the blame squarley at the feet of Ms Palin/McCain. She knows EXACTLY what she is saying, and should be ashamed of herself. She's the exact thype of 'Christian' that I don't want to be associated with.

How can we tell she's so smart? She's under wraps! They are about to release her troopergate report and where is she? They hid her away. She's an anti intellectual fundie racist baiter.

You are against stem cell research, but do you realize that the embryos used are going to be THROWN OUT? Babies, thrown out. THAT is better? If you are truly pro life you should be against IVF!

It is NOT God's will that we invaded Iraq. Hate is NOT acceptable to God. Get out of the Old Testament. You OWN hate and prejudice is on view for all to see, and the prejudice of your party and I for one am GLAD that the blinders are of for everyone to see!

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Anonymous said...

Hi Lauren,

Perhaps it's the divisive nature of Palim herself that is inciting these reactions?
I noticed the other day she took time out to silence a pro-Obama heckler with a quip about her son fighting for his right to free speech. But why doesn't she ever do the same to those calling for the death of Obama? Or those calling him a traitor and a terrorist?
Could it be that those exact reactions are what she's trying to incite? That's not a rhetorical question.

Denver Doc said...


Oh please!

Hagee - At the worst, a harmless nut who issued an apology for his comments. Association with McCain marginal.

Ayers - An unrepentant murderer who said, "Guilty as sin, free as a bird, it's a great country." Association with Obama 10+ years and counting.

Mr. Sidelines said...


Keep up the good fight.

A heart beat away from the Presidency????


Better than a smooth talking inexperienced, UNPROVEN and now exposed Acorn, Ayers, Wright supported OBAMA.

In Canada, we call slick used car salesmen, "Obamas". They'll talk smooth and slick, but they won't let you see what's under the hood.

God Bless!!!

P.S. Check out this video.

Anonymous said...

Hagee is anything but a harmless nut.

He has deep ties to anti-Constitutional sects like neo-pente dominionism and Rushdooney's Reconstructionism.

Frank Jones said...

Sorry, I have to say one more thing, then I'll leave you in peace. If William Ayers was a "known terrorist," then our great FBI would have him arrested this very minute and our great federal government would be pressing charges before you could get a wire tap going. But this is not the case. Sure, Ayers was a radical, and the Weather Underground used some despicable tactics. But that was the past, and Ayers is reformed and now a professor at a university. Obama worked tangentially with Ayers to raise funds for education in Chicago. That doesn't sound so bad, trying to help poor schools. Sounds kinda Christian, no? I'm sorry, but wasn't Jesus thought to be a terrorist too? Don't believe everything you hear. Tami (sorry I spelled your name wrong the first time), you say that us liberals cannot debate the issues rationally, but you are throwing out fear-based ideas that our patently untrue. There's nothing rational about saying that Obama is linked with terrorism. That is ignoring the facts and only rumor-mongering. Let's all be rational, Left and Right.

Anonymous said...

BTW folks,

You know why these Canadians love Palin so much?
She gave a Canadian company $500 million to research and write a report on her gas pipeline project.

Conservative? I think not.

Denver Doc said...

Eva Gale,

I genuinely pray for your children at the mercy of your homeschooling skills because you have written the dumbest thing I have seen on any post here: "If there is a attempt at taking Obama's life I will place the blame squarley at the feet of Ms Palin/McCain."

Talk about tenuous causal connections. Although I may not support Obama and question his judgment, I wouldn't hold him to account if Bill Ayers decided to bomb the Pentagon again.

Anonymous said...

"Those who stand for nothing fall for anything." Hmmm. Sounds familiar. Did you Moms get that quote off a Starbuck's cup?

Anonymous said...

The fundamental of Christianity is to live your life as close to that as Christ. The fact is that politics have segregated this country. If anyone had half a brain as to this election, they would realize that both sides have lied, both sides have made profound mistakes and both sides need to quit the smear tactics.

If you want to emote true Christianity then you would be on your blog every day praying that God bless the future leader of this country with the foresight and strength to do the job as God Himself would want, no matter who that man may be.

You title your blog "The True Face of Liberalism", but you have stooped to the same level everyone in mainstream media has, you have belittled people (taunting them to look at a dictionary), you have engaged in discrimination by trying to evoke the fear of people reading your blog by emphasizing Obama's middle name, and you have tried to do this with some invisible ounce of sincerity that no one with any kind of intelligence or true belief in God would mistake for love or an attempt at advocacy for Christians in the election.

Sarah Palin is not a saint, you are idolizing her here and making her into some false person. If you want to be for her, fine, but at least have the integrity to assert her downfalls too.

Good luck getting a true and HONEST message out to people that are already following you.

Chasity said...

I want to first commend the author on starting this blog. Thank you for giving everyone an outlet, even those who are uneducated in their efforts.

First I have a question or two for those who blame President Bush for the economy and the war. On the subject of the economy, especially since it has slipped everyone's mind, that our heads remained above water (financially speaking) right after the attack on the trade center, due to Bush's efforts. As far as the economy today goes, do you realize that the deregulations of the mortgage companies such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are thanks to the Clinton Administration? Most policies presidents put into place are not physically seen until a few years after the presidency, leaving the current president to the joy or headaches to such policies. (The rise in the economy during the Clinton Admin, should give thanks to Bush Sr, for the policies he put in place, as well as the boom of the internet). Also, the president has little control over the Federal Reserve, unkown to the so-called educated(those caliming to be educated blaiming Bush and the republicans for this current problem). In 2004, there was a hearing to have more regulations put upon Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. However, the democrats that argued the proposed regulations(same ones who were lining their pockets), turned it into a matter of racial discrimination. Sad thing is ex-CEO of Fannie Mae, left the company before it fell with 90million in hand, is now one of Obama's financial advisors, as well as the other former CEO of Fannie Mae James Johnson..Apparently people don't pay attention to history..ENRON HELLO. There's alot more, but something that concerns me more is the comment Biden made during the VP debate which was that He and Obama both support a plan to lower not only the interest on people's home loans but also the PRINCIPLE. I don't call it fair to those of us who didn't buy homes above our means, make our payments on time, and pay our taxes, be penalized for other's stupidity for purchasing homes they could not afford and to be rewarded for doing so.

As for the war. As a wife of a man who risks his life, to make sure our freedoms are safe for the same peopole accusing him and fellow soldiers as innocent people murderers and child killers I am disgusted with how undeducated people are in this matter. Unfortunately the majority of the media doesn't show the good that is coming of this(even though the troop surge worked, which Obama will still not admit to this day). Another thing I don't get do you people understand what exactly Radical Islamics are? They are worse than the Nazi regime, they will stop at nothing to see anyone and everything destroyed taht do not share the same beliefs. They chant "Death to America" at their rallies, they strap expolisives to their children, yet people think we can verbally reason with them and solve this problem????

I hate to say it, but for those who support pulling our troop out and that happnes, maybe more attacks on our soil will wake you up into the realization that those radicals mean business, and maybe its better the war is over there than here. I reccommend watching a documentary call "Obsession" its on radical islamics, and a minor look into what they are.

I also would hope people would stop relying solely on the media and hollywood to gather your information on chosing what candidate is right for you. Do research on your choice's history as history does repeat itself.

I pray everyday that the right candidate is chosen. Yes, I'm for McCain/Palin. I want someone in office who knows what it means to serve others before himself and a VP who has had, yes, a shortime of making executive decisions, but far more than Obama could, being a senator, however, indecisive on the majority of his voting record.

If Obama is elected, I will be the first to say I told you so to the people whining about what shambles the country will be in after its said and done.


Sevvy said...

God doesn't exist. And Sarah Palin will only see the White House if she decides to visit Obama one day.

Life sucks, doesn't it?

Denver Doc said...


I can tell I already like you. You're smart and don't use epithets. And while you clearly lean to the left, I can forgive that. I've been married to a crazy Democrat (yes, he knows I call him that) for nearly 20 years.

I will grant you 1 point (keeping a tally here) that Hagee is not entirely harmless. His harm is certainly mitigated by the fact he doesn't keep the same company that Ayers does.

Mr. Sidelines said...


What does that mean? Is that LIBERAL talk? More bile towards anyone who doesn't see your Marxist ways?

Like your corrupt Democratic Politicians that approved the $1.6 Trillion love fest with China?

Did you know the World Trade Organization rated Canad #1 in most reliable and honest BANKS just yesterday?

We love McCain/PALIN because she can make HONEST people out of these corrupt politicians like Barney and Pelosi.

PALIN will bring back MORALS to Democratic immoral lifestyles.

LOL@OBAMASHEEP blinded by the glitz and glamor of Hollywood.

Ayers, Wright, Acorn and Mr. Credit Card Crusader Biden. Wake up my irresponsible child.

Jennifer said...

Chasity wrote:"As a wife of a man who risks his life, to make sure our freedoms are safe for the same peopole accusing him and fellow soldiers as innocent people murderers and child killers I am disgusted with how undeducated people are in this matter."
I , too, am a wife of a military man.

But you haven't seen me throw that around and use my husband for political reasons, now didya?

Second of all, you seem pretty uneducated yourself.
As Obama HAS said "the surge worked beyond our wildest dreams" but you keep spewing out the neo con talking points....over and over again.

Which is all you're doing. Regurgitating and spewing more nonsense.

Chasity wrote:"I pray everyday that the right candidate is chosen. Yes, I'm for McCain/Palin"
You PRAY for your candidate to win???? How utterly silly!
I pray for the safety of our men and women in uniform. I pray that my children will not inherit OVERWHELMING debt that Bush will be passing on to them.
I pray they will be able to afford college.
I pray they will be able to buy a home.
I pray we will not have bread lines and soup kitchens because of our tanking economy.

And you want to pray for your candidates to get elected.

Yeah, real "Christian" of you there.

Women Against Sarah Palin

thomas said...

It is quite amazing to read John's diatribe about liberals and liberalism. He pictures liberals as vile, rebrobates with teeth bared, snarling, eyes bulging; links them to Stalin and rabid dogs in one breath; and finally tells them that they face the gaping maw of Hell's abyss.

And at the same time he is writing these things, he is accusing liberals of vilifying, having sophomoric notions, not engaging in reasoned discussions or thoughtful analysis. Adding hate and prejudice to the list at the same time he tries to create fear about Obama by using his middle name, a name he was born with and which has nothing to do with his positions on the issues or his character.

But I do witness the last few days, Sarah Palin and John McCain and their supporters ginning up the hate meter. So much so that the FBI and the Secret Service have been assigned to investigate some parties to their rallies who have been threatening violence. And all this with no admonishing response from John or Sarah or any one in the campaign.

The FBI and Secret Service have not had to be as vigilant of McCain's or Palin's safety. That would be because Obama's rallies have been peaceful, focussed on the issues and not personal attacks (he doesn't even mention Sarah) and devoid of threatening remarks. No sign of the vicious, rabid dog liberals with bared teeth and snarling with their eyes bulging. That seems to be happening only at the McCain/Palin events.

It is hard to know how a man like John creates a blog piece such as this. It can only be done with eyes closed in order to shut out the facts. Troublesome things those facts. And by the way. John makes a passing nod to a few liberal comments before rushing to judgment about those rabid dog Democrats. So I went through the responses to this blog piece one by one. A vast majority of the liberal comments were quite thoughtful and did not have that attack dog, vilifying tone that the initial blog certainly exhibited in spades. There are a few that are discourteous and a few more thatr are inane. But largely they take a clearly thought out point of view or they refute the nastiness of John's blog and point out the hypocrisy of calling liberals rabid while conservatives call for blood.

The pro McCain/Palin comments are also mostly respectful but largely ignore the real facts which clearly show that liberals are a lot calmer and a lot more respectful then conservatives are proving to be.

A lot of the conservative comments seem to be of the support for a Christian blog site, a kind of keep up the good work feeling. They seem polite and well-meaning even though no one ever seems to question the un-Christian tone and substance of John's blog.The support seems to come largely from people who will support Palin because she is a Christian no matter what else she might have done in the past and no matter how lacking in Christian character her words are. One comment here suggests that Jesus did not sit idly by when confronted by sin but named it and challenged it. That is true but it was always with compassion and tolerance. Nonetheless, it seems fair to point out that Sarah Palin is not Jesus. And that Jesus admonished us all to "judge not, that ye be not judged". It seems there are many Christian lessons the Palin supporters are willing to ignore when it is convenient.

If hypocrisy is not a deadly sin, it should be.

Yours in Christ.

Denver Doc said...


While I certainly agree that Obama has done nothing to ecourage ill behaviour from Ayers, Wright or any of his other questionable associates, I don't agree with your characterization of Palin's comments or rallies. I have not once heard here condone the negative cries of a VERY few people in the crowd. (Should she ever do that, my opinion would change markedly.)

So, unless you can climb into her head and prove beyond a reasonable doubt that she intends to incite people to kill Obama - which I find incredibly improbabl - your just blowing smoke.

Sevvy said...

"We love McCain/PALIN because she can make HONEST people out of these corrupt politicians like Barney and Pelosi.

PALIN will bring back MORALS to Democratic immoral lifestyles."

If you think anyone is going to take that Catch U Next Tuesday seriously, you are sorely mistaken.

Not that it matters. Because McCain committed political suicide by putting Palin on his ticket.

But hey, take comfort in the fact that as the Obama Administration tries to clean up the cess pool that America has become since George W. Stupid was elected, the likes of you and Ann Coulter can blame Obama and Biden for ruining this once great nation.

Zomba Fett said...

Well, telling Americans "Sorry, I did not know who Ayers was" makes Obama one dumb graduate of Harvard.

But what I don't get [meaning please, help me to understand] is how comes Barack Obama is so quickly renounced his relationship with Rev. Wright and Chirtian Church, but is still fighting for Ayers?

Anonymous said...

I'm a fiscal conservative and somewhat of a social libertarian. I don't see much difference between the radical left and the radical RINO right. Both want to use gov't as a means to an end.

I think the Ayers thing is mountains and molehills. There were Conservatives who also served on that board, and it's president just endorsed McCain.
I want to hear policy positions and how the candidates are going to address the real issues facing the nation, not innuendo and character assassination - or incitement to assassinate a political opponent.

killercrazyeyes said...

I am an atheist and believe that all religions are fucked up. Let me count the ways how ALL religions poison the mind and oppress human beings. Arch bishops and priests molesting young boys and telling them that god wants this. Muslim men that forcefully have their daughters and wives clitoris’s removed to make them more virtuous. Christians live by a commandment that states "Though shall not kill" but yet Christians have participated in killing just as many people as any other fucked up religion and they claim god blesses America so it is ok. The world is only spinning out of control because you religious fucks make it that way. How can you believe in something you have never seen before? I just don’t get it. Faith is going to destroy this country and this world. I will not be happy until all Church’s, Synagogues, Cathedrals and the Vatican burn to the ground.

Denver Doc said...


Having now read your other posts here, I will not engage you any further in conversation. It is fairly clear that the only reason you came to this blog was to pick a fight.

Your acerbic retorts to other posters here has revealed you ill will.

FWIW, my husband is a computer nerd and about the most dangerous thing he does every week is eat my cooking.

Cheers and best to you and your family.

TorkianMan said...

I am not a democrat, but I am certainly not a Palin fan either. If you look at what she has done in her time as mayor and governor (trying to ban books at her public library for instance, google it if you don't believe me) she is very unqualified (and even some republicans would say untrustworthy) for the vice presidential position. She has literally no foreign policy experience and if McCain dies and she becomes president this country will be ruined by her ignorance. I'm not hating on Palin, but the reality of it is, is she isn't qualified for such a high level of office.

Mr. Sidelines said...

More Liberal Bile.

Claiming Sarah encourages harm on Obama.

But it's OK for Obama to embrace the leaders of Venezuela, N.Korea, Iran, AYERS, Rev. Wright, and anyone else wishing America death and destruction?

LOL@OBAMASHEEP blinded by glitz and smooth talk.

The hell with his inexperience and dark closet past, it would be "SOOOO CHOICE!!!" to get a black man into the White House.

Is that all it is? The hollywood romance of making history?


Goatskull said...


Get off the whole liberal stereotype. I don’t believe you believe half of what you wrote here. Liberals or no more Marxist then Conservatives are fascist. I know that and you know that. Also, look at any random blogboard on the upcoming election. Conservative can be just as vicious. Hell, the thing you just said come off that way.

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Frank Jones said...

Okay, I'm back. I just realized that this particularly negative post was by John and not Tami. I can only assume John is Tami's husband, and he feels the need to stick up for his wife here. But, John, please do not hijack your wife's blog. It is called Moms 4 Sarah Palin, and that is not you. She's a tough woman, she can take the attacks. John, you are not helping things. You demonize the entire Democratic party as reprobate because some people are attacking you. That's not fair. Do you know personally many Democrats? All my friends are very kind and never speak ill about anyone. They are also all Democrats. You cannot blanket all of us based on a few. And, really, do you want to look into the mirror yourself? Who is dirtier? Which side has had pitbulls for longer? Rush Limbaugh started this business. It's the conservatives who come out with the nasty books about whoever is running for office on the Democratic ticket. It's the Republicans that started Swift Boat. Karl Rove's tactics are very mean and evil. It's the Republicans who have created bumper stickers and T-shirts that say "Obama bin Laden" and crazy racist things like "Obama = Terrorist" and other phrases I do not want to repeat. But my aunt is a Republican, God bless her soul, and I love her very much. I am not going to call her up right now and tell her she's a racist because there are outright racists in the Republican party. Show us that same respect. And, Tami, don't let your husband hijack your blog. That, my dear, is sexism at its worst.

Tami: Blog Creator and Administrator said...

2 things: alread, get your own blog.
Jenifer from Women Against Sarah Palin, with all due respect, why don't you go write something of worth on your own blog instead of hassling people here? None of us have bothered you.

UnPoliticallyCorrect2008 said...

Again.....I will repost in hopes that an Obama supporter can REFUTE anything that I have posted and then explain to me in an EDUCATED and RESPECTFUL manner why the whole chainlink of events does not make someone question his integrity/character/judgement/honesty/purpose for running for President:

Okay..I give it to Obama supporters that if the issue at hand was merely Ayers, you might have a leg to stand on, but when you have a formula like the one below-it BEGS to question Obama's judgement, character, intgerity, truthfullness/honesty and intentions.

I sit back in true amazement at those making fun of Sarah Palin's "alleged" SAT scores or even McCain's failure to gradute respectfully from the Naval Academy.....BUT, how do we even know Obama graduated from college or law school? Where are the transcripts to prove this and where are his SAT scores? Better yet, give me one article or anythign that actually proves he was PResident of the Harvard Law Review as I cannot imagine as President, he did not have to write anything.


= Corruption, deceitful,and liar with obvious criminalistic ties and/or behaviors.

Look, it does not take a rocket scientist to put all of that together and come up with and even more corrupt washington and failed US economy should Obama become president.

We can dismiss one "coincidence" he was friends with a bad person, possibly even two, but seriously....there is NO DENYING the above information....and I am sure there is more corruption where all of that came from!!!

Mr. Sidelines said...

Liberal Democrats defending AYERS. Incredible!

So if a man was convicted molesting children and was unrepentant 20 years ago, it's OK to forgive him now and let him be a teacher???

OBAMA will spell certain DOOM.


Lauren said...

So it's ok that McCain donated to Contras terrorists or that he insists that Ahmadinejad was the leader of Iran, not Khamenei, despite reality being what it is, or that he calls out Obama on voting against the war but voted against equipping military vehicles with the proper armor to protect our troops, or that he claims he's tired of cronyism and lobbyists yet 90% of his campaign members are lobbyists, or that he doesn't know how to use a computer or that he finished fifth from last in his class of 899 at Annapolis or that he calls Obama an elitist yet sells golf supplies on his website. Right?

Or that Palin thinks the Flintstones are historically accurate, she has no regard for intellectual property as she uses artists songs even after cease and desist letters, it took her 5 schools to get 1 degree, that she used yahoo email for government business in poor judgment, the bridge to nowhere, her inability to name any Supreme Court cases other than Roe v. Wade, her incredibly poor speaking skills, charging rape victims for their own rape kits, thinking abstinence-only education was an effective way to approach sex education, etc.

I don't believe that her being a mother has anything to do with her ability to lead although when you preach abstinence-only education and it fails at home, I'd hope that you wouldn't press that mentality upon my child.

Scott said...

Man, its really dangerous and divisive to broadly tag the posts of a bunch of people on this site as representative of the whole 'liberal' bunch. On any public forum anywhere (especially one where posts are anonymous) you're going to get some mean people, hateful people, and nut jobs. Just because you get attacked for putting up your views doesnt mean you can ascribe this behavior to the entire 'liberal' party more than you can ascribe the KKK or David Duke or abortion clinic killers to the 'conservatives'.

So I think that this true face of liberalism nonsense only serves to divide us because it stereotypes and oversimplifies the situation.

As for real issues, I think you also need to understand there are ALOT of people voting for Obama not because they are liberal but because they think he's the right man for the job. I am a registered republican and I'm voting for him- I suspect many of the rational posts on this site are either repubs or indpendents ready for a change.

Dont be so fast to paint a divisive brush here just because people dont agree with your positions. We should ALL have enough of an open mind to consider each others viewpoints and come to our own conclusions...

ab1234 said...

I am a Democrat, and I did learn of this blog via the CNN story.

I have no problems with your personal beliefs regarding religion, or any other non-government-related issue. (Yes, religion is still SUPPOSED to be separated from government, although many would like to change that).

My biggest problem with your REASONS for supporting Sarah Palin is that they don't have much to do with anything related to GOVERNMENT, which is the office that she is seeking. You like her, "because if she walked into your house, you could sit down and have snacks together." You like her, "because she stands behind her 17-yr-old pregnant daughter, which shows that family values can overcome anything." You like her, "because she is tenacious, and a 'pitbull in lipstick.'"

If these are the qualities that we should base our elected officials on, then I know MANY fabulous women that should be VP!

I will admit that no one candidate is perfect.

But, I must share with you, that I am a very family-oriented woman, who LOVES children (I have dedicated my life and career to education). I have many religious friends, whose faith I have HOWEVER, this country was based on RELIGIOUS FREEDOM, and as far as I'm concerned, that includes those who choose to NOT choose religion. I fall somewhere in the realm of atheist/agnostic, and Sarah Palin's vocal messages regarding how she would infuse HER religious beliefs into MY government, scare me to death.

And no, I don't need you to "pray for me." I am completely confident in the life that I have led, and will continue to lead, without someone like Sarah Palin trying to guide my government...

rentals said...

Wow!!! after reading through most of these comments I finally understand why Bush won the last two elections and why McCain/Palin are even currently in this one (when it shouldn't even be close)C'mon Barack Hussein Obama -do you still believe that is necessary? How much Fox news and Rush Limbaugh are you listening too? You have children - do you really think the republicans as a group care about their/your/our/my future? BTW Obama was about 5 years old when Ayers was part of the weather underground - wake up!!! Please I am neither Christian nor democrat but it drives me crazy when a country with as much access to information as the USA is full of so many misinformed people who can vote! And dictate my life. That's who's dangerous!

Momof5 said...

Wow! I saw you last night on CNN and was really intrigued. I am a McCain/Palin supporter also and a Christian. I have been reading a lot on and there seems to be the same type of comments there. If you post anything positive for McCain/Palin you are instantly bombarded with posts of how stupid you are, etc. It is just a sad state of the United States right now.

I am a Republican and do not always vote by party lines. I am raising 5 children in this horrible world WE have created and now homeschool all of them because our school systems have become a place of unsupervised/undisciplined children, teachings of gay marriage and teachers who are underpaid and many do not care anymore. I have taken over that responsibility because I believe it is my responsibility. Just as it is my responsibility to help myself and my family in these hard times. I am not looking for a President to go in to office and make everything GREAT for me! He cannot do that. Somehow people who are voting for Obama feel that he is somehow going to make the United States as great as Disneyland. There is no reality there. Truly, the President only has 2 great powers. To go to war and to VETO bills. That is it. It is the Senators, Representatives, Wall Street Execs who truly have the power. If anyone noticed and actually watched the voting for the bailout they will see that EVERY Democrat voted yes on that bill. The Republicans were split 1/2 yes, 1/2 no.

I have a brother who served in Iraq and if you ask him he knows why he is there. He saw many of those people and understands what we are doing over there. Is it right? Maybe not, who am I to judge. The point is that we ARE there. We need to finish the job to the best of our ability. We cannot leave this war like we did the Vietnam war or the Afghan war.

I will be voting for McCain/Palin because I believe they are best suited for the job. I believe they are truly out for what is best for the American people. I see Obama having many powerful, greedy and somewhat questionable ties to people who I feel is only going to worsen our great country.

I keep hearing about experience and yet, Obama had only been a Senator 172 days? How is that experience?

I wish you luck and prayers on this blog as I think you are going to need it the more popular it gets.

RebelWeasel22 said...

I pity you and your one sided, partisan views. The way you talk about others, mainly democrats, as "deranged", in "sophomoric notions", is a digrace to your party, your candidate, your country, your family, and your faith. And yes I targeted it at those things for certain reasons. The simple fact that you did, not once, reflect upon yourself in your blog shows you solely have one view. You are not helping your candidate but are in fact increasing critiscm by connecting us to "Stalin", "Fidel Castro", "Hugo Chavez", and "Ayers". Which shows you obviously don't know anything about Barack's positions or the positions of these influential people. You are disgracing your country by insisting that because someone has the look, feel, atitude of a vp, makes them qualified. I truly pity your small intellect. You disgrace your family by even bringing them into this argument. It isn't relevant and only makes way for more conflict. You disgrace your faith, wasn't it "love your neighbor". I wouldn't be suprised to see you call homeland security if a foreigner moved in. I admit I may seem harsh or mean, but your condescending notions moved me to action. You are as bad as the McCain politics of desperation, in case you didn't realize Palin is a tool used to draw female voters. Any political commentator would say that this was a piss poor choice otherwise. I am especially hurt when you consider the "core issues" to be Obama's ties to Ayers or anyone else. How about the economy? (Btw if McCain gets elected I hope you enjoy not having any cars let alone used ones.) Or maybe we should examine our world image? (Let's think of countries that like us? I seem to not be able to conjure any to mind? and don't say I don't know, I have 3 passports and lived in 3 countries, I DO have more foreign policy experience than Palin). Please go outside, read a paper, or a book, or even watch television but don't you ever ramble about the affects of the non-existent liberal media (seriously have you watched fox news, talk about bias hypocrite).

therodman said...

Moms 4 Sarah Palin, I was able to see your the report on you all last night and it is great to know that you are Christians. And let me say it is refreshing that Sarah Palin is a Christian and an example mother for many and a strong, vibrant leader. But I have to honestly say that you have to admit that she is not qualified nor ready for the role that she is in or possibly could obtain. I am extemely disappointed in her as a Christian that she has not used godly wisdom and discernment to allow herself to be used by McCain to do his "dirty" and cause her to compromise her integrity and witness as a Christian. I will not go into how she has shown her lack of knowledge in many key areas pertaining to our country and its policies. We as Christians are called to a higher standard as the "light" of this world, the salt of the earth. We are called to be peacemakers. Thus far Sarah has shown she identifies with many average Americans, but as a citizen of the kingdom of God she has not been representing it very well. And to be honest she has not even been forthright about her pentecostal/charismatic beliefs. I don't know if this is due to McCain and his advisors, but nevertheless she has nothing to be ashamed in this area. I hope this was not why they have not let her have many interviews and have scripted most of what she says.

But more importantly let us pray for Sarah Palin, not so much because we identify with her(I am a guy by the way), but because she moreso is representing the kingdom, as an Ambassador of Christ. I want to see and hear her stand up for Christ, not so much for McCain and the Republican party(this was the mistake of the last 8 years). She has to act Christ-like in all that she does, even in speech and manner. Just as she corrected the heckler the other day, she needs to rebuke those spewing hate, anger and rage.

But the reality is that Sarah Palin is not ready for this, and I pray John McCain repent for using her and contributing to her embarassment. I pray Cindy McCain will see the light in this also.

John McCain should have used better judgement when picking Sarah Palin and maybe used Acts 6:3

Therefore, brethren, seek out from among you seven men of good reputation, full of the Holy Spirit and wisdom, whom we may appoint over this business.

By the way, I am tired of all these candidate claiming to be Christian, acting opposite, shaming the kingdom and duping us to vote for them as they do every election and we always fall for it.

Lawna said...

I too was surprised by this spotlight on CNN. I used to be an avid watcher but was turned off with the liberal biased showcased on CNN. Fortunately, I was flipping through the channels and saw Sarah Palin, I must say I was completely in agreement when you said "I've never been polled, have you?" No, I haven't? So who is being polled? I support and applaud governor Palin for her continued efforts, her stance on ideals and issues that I agree with (of which Hollywood disagrees with) and her fight to not back down. To say what she believes even when it may not be popular. Her honesty and integrity mean a great deal in someone who may become our future leader. With that said, how can anyone want someone as liberal and as untrustworthy as Obama. I'm all for being open-minded and accepting towards others thoughts and opinions, but it seems he has changed his beliefs so much. He always agrees with what is "popular" even when he was opposed to the belief before. It's like Sarah said: sounds like "...he's drilling for votes." I've never really been a fan of John McCain, but Sarah is the bright side of this ticket. It gives me hope for our great country that this ticket will truly serve for us. And guess what? I'm a registered non-partisan, I'm Mexican-American, I'm 23 yrs of age, I'm college educated, and I'm not a mom! I'm the proud sister of two special needs babies whom we adopted into our loving family!

Anonymous said...

A vote for God is NOT a vote for the republican party...

sweetteeth said...

I am sorry but I am a christian women and I feel that sarah palin is being used as a pawn in a political game to attract women voters who want a voice. It is sad to think that she could attract a fan base off of the fact that she has children and and is a "pitt bull with lipstick" It makes me question the ignorance of the american people that could possibly support someone who is not qualified only on the base of she is a woman. Please question how you are being bribed and used by politicians and educate yourselves about all of the issues concerning the election, not just abortion. The elected don't just represent christians but many different people with different beliefs. That is what defines america.

msn said...

I am a born again Christian and I am embarrassed by your views, your blog and your strange idolization of Sarah Palin. Please do not tell people they will possibly be gaping into hell's abyss. Always remember "What Would Jesus Do!" By the way, the reason I am discouraged is because I do believe that we are amidst some serious spiritual warfare in this country. Our country needs to stand firm for our Lord Jesus Christ. Please do not heroize Sarah. She was found guilty in an abuse of power scandal. God has shown us that we can not trust men but must trust Him and Him only. Sarah Palin has not demonstrated that she loves her neighbor or would fight for 'the least of these' nor has she shown a true compassion that I believe a Christian in her position should. I want everyone on this blog to know that not all Christians incite hate and violence as she has done in her rallies by claiming that Obama is 'palling around with terrorists' and 'is not like you or I.' Yes, we all in fact are the same...all sinners. Trust in God and God only. I am a registered independent but my vote will be going to Obama in this election. He and Biden have, in my opinion, run a much cleaner campaign focused on the issues and not engaged in character asasination in the way that McCain/Palin have. Obama has demonstrated the principles of Christianity more to me.

moms4palin said...

I run and I wondered why I had a spike in comments/traffic since yesterday. Obviously they are getting my poor little site confused with yours! I have a TON OF deranged comments on my blog too. Really, it shows more of who THEY are than who we are.

Anonymous said...

I'm neither republican nor democrat and i am gearing more towards not voting than voting. however, i want to express how ignorant i think your page is. i checked it out, out of curiosity, but now i'm so sorry that i did. you call yourselves christians and you are critisizing obama and his supporters, coming across as racist white radical christian nuts, especially by deliberately using one of obama's names 'hussain' in a spiteful manner. you shouldn't be representing christians. I am a christian as well and u know what? i highly doubt that in heaven politics are going to matter. why do you bother doing this? don't u know that god has everything under control, and that whatever ends up happening is already written and is beyond our control? you should be more concerned in radically spreading the word of God and making blogs for Christ to reach others instead of entangling yourselves in meaningless things like this. You, nor the people, have any control of where this country, or where this world is going. use your time and energy for better and more positive things....

crystallee25 said...

McCain/Palin is the hope for a better America; they are the voice of change in Washington. They have the courage, wisdom and tenacity to follow thru with their promises. What of this hatred and racism that is supposedly coming from the Republican candidates? I have listened to speeches looked at websites and watched programs on TV. I have NEVER heard any of it myself from McCain or Palin. I agree with McCain in his stand on bipartisanism. It should really be more about who stands for what you believe is right and there ability to make things happen than what party they represent. When looking at the facts I do not understand how anyone could stand behind Obama and his ever wavering stances. He is not the type of candidate I would vote for due to his lack of character and strength. Even Biden doesn’t fully stand behind him. How is going to “change” Washington to the public serving office he suggests when the only thing that CHANGES his story every time he speaks to the crowd. I find it rather ironic how often it is overlooked. What truly scares me is that Obama could actually get voted into office. One thing can be for certain however. He is not the sincere man of character and strength that McCain is - Obama in office would be nothing more than a puppet on lobbyist strings. Sorry, Obama supports there goes your hope of “change”. But don’t worry there still time – educate yourself.

brandon said...

The vile and "reprobate nature of the Democratic Party." Will you stop generalizing people based on their political affiliation? This is the same sort of thing that both Sean Hannity and Al Franken encourage where adults who act like children throw around loaded labels of "liberal" and "neo-con." Stop generalizing, in fact that was the first stop of Stalin's campaign if you read up on your history. Moreover, conflating Stalin with the Democratic Party shows you obviously have no grasp of the man. Its similar to the ACLU equating Bush with Hitler, its desperate and erroneous. Also, erasing this would also be Stalinist. Remember, you are a conservative and don't like censorship.

KristaSelene said...

Does reciting Obama's middle name make you feel superior about your race? John Sidney McCain would be proud of your insecurities. I respect that you care enough about your country to devote your time and energy to the campaign but I feel sorry for your viewpoints. You unfortunately live a sheltered life that has dealt you a naive and close-minded world view. I myself am religious but am not a radical. I do not expect others to be exactly like me. This is the reason why I would never impose my beliefs on anyone, especially through the law like your party tries to do. Gandhi put if perfectly, "I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are nothing like your Christ."

tika said...

You know I once had great respect for John McCain and I still do however, as my respect for him slowly dissipates, I now find myself feeling sorry for the Senator, he seems now merely the shell of his former self as he continues his feudal campaign, I will continue to pray for him and his efforts, but with this highly anticipated troopergate finding, I'm afraid all is but lost for the McCain presidency. moms4sarah, keep the faith!

Michael O'Conner said...

One can be liberal and not be a democrat or even an American for that matter. I know it's hard to believe, but there are liberals all over the world with different styles of government, so I'm not sure if you really understand what liberalism means. That's okay. Most people don't

Your posts are laden with hyperbole and exaggeration. I mean, comparing liberals to the likes of Stalin has no logic, but is consistent with the prominent voices of the right (e.g, Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Riley.) I might have some respect for what you have to say if any of your thoughts were original, but you use clichéd, conservative catchphrases and recycled material that I've read too many times. Oh, and we're all really impressed with your use of "ad hominem." Get over yourself already. You're a freakin' lady at home with a blog.

It doesn't really matter, because you and your friends only represent a small segment of the population in this country (the one you love so much. I love it too, but I'm not a nationalist.) That's why Obama has a commanding lead in the polls. You can ignore the polls all you want and be blind with faith, but that won't change the truth: Palin will have to try again on her own in four years. Better luck next time ;-)

Michael O'Conner said...

By the way, I know you won't post my comment, but I don't really care. Edit away!

Tami: Blog Creator and Administrator said...

No, GAY, "those who stand for nothing fall for anything" came from Alexander Hamilton, NOT a Starbucks Cup--check your history book.

Elizabee said...

I saw the segment on CNN. I figured there was much more to it. I am glad I came here to read. So MANY things about Obama's politics bother me. I cannot believe what is going on in this country. The fact that Timothy McVeigh was sentenced to death for being a domestic terrorist, yet Mr Ayers and his wife have the luxury of life baffles me. I say with much sarcasm, who knows what kind of wonderful, humanitarian Mr McVeigh would have "matured" into had he been given 40 years to mull over his actions? It is not that Obama knows who this man is, it is that he is even able to know him at all personally. This man and his wife are a living breathing blight on the justice system. He should have been shamed into a life of destitution, yet he is lauded! How would this have played if it turned out that John McCain was somehow tied to McVeigh? Libs would have called for his head! If Obama were to be appointed as a chief justice of the supreme court, his ties to Ayers would lead to immediate disqualification. Yet he gets a pass, and can be our next president. I am watching my country head willingly toward the cliff of communism, strapped to a bullet train. Why is it that if you are Christian, and pro-life you are a moron? But if you are the opposite, somehow you are enlightened? If they are so enlightened, then there should be no need for abortions-we should all be smart enough by now to know how to avoid getting one!

Elizabee said...

Oh... to all those who say we are so hated by the whole world? Who exactly was in love with us on September 11, 2001? Cuz, you know, I wasn't feelin the love that day.