Posts Tagged ‘PALIN

05
Oct
08

Obama campaign rejects Palin’s ‘terrorist’ accusation

 

As a follow up to my previous post on Palin claiming Obama is Pals with terrorists…

Barack Obama’s campaign has quickly rejected Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s claim that he associated “with terrorists who targeted our own country.”

Palin attacked Sen. Obama on Saturday for his brief political relationship with Bill Ayers, a founding member of the radical Weather Underground, which was involved in several bombings in the early 1970s, including attacks on the Pentagon and the Capitol. Obama was a child at the time of the bombings.

Obama and Ayers, now a university professor, have met several times since 1995, when both orked with a non-profit group trying to raise funds for a school improvement project and a haritable foundation. CNN’s review of project records found nothing to suggest anything inappropriate in the volunteer projects in which the two men were involved.

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04
Oct
08

Palin Says “Obama is Palling With Terrorists”

Sorry ppl Im just a lil biased for Obama, so I made his picture larger then Palin’s….pardon me ppl lol.

Gov. Sarah Palin accuses Sen. Barack Obama of “palling around with terrorists who would target their own country.” The Republican was referring to former 1960s radical Bill Ayers, whose group launched bombings that targeted the Pentagon and the Capitol. Obama, who once served on a charity board with Ayers, has denounced the man’s past activities.

I personally feel that Palin’s statements were unfair, disrespectful/wrong on so many different levels. I think this character on Obama will only hurt McCain’s campaign.  PPL levae your comments I wanna hear what yall gotta say.

phillyfreck signin out….

03
Oct
08

Best VP debate moments!!!

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more about “Best VP debate moments – Yahoo! News“, posted with vodpod

 

03
Oct
08

Who won the VP debate?>>Josh Anderson’s Mastermind Analysis

On the last issue of the bailout bill being passed, I gave my analysis, but there is some on by the name of Josh Anderson that broke it down so precise. He hit every point possible nd exemplified each with great precision. Lets take a look at what he had to say and ppl feel free to leave your comments……He states

“She didn’t answer the questions, and she didn’t offer anything new, but what Sara Palin did tonight is prove that she’s not the idiot that much of the country thought she was. In terms of the Vice-Presidency, this isn’t saying much. Not-being-an-idiot is the first rung of a very tall ladder. In terms of political capital, Palin’s performance tonight stops and perhaps even corrects the downward spiral of the McCain/Palin campaign. Granted, she’s far from serving as the sole savior of this sinking ship, but she did her homework and boosted the confidence of most Republicans, and perhaps a few undecideds as well.

Don’t get me wrong, she’s still wrong; but being wrong is a lot different than being understood. The Democrats learned this lesson the hard way, twice: first with Al Gore, then with John Kerry. Mozart might be the better musician, but that doesn’t mean he’s selling more albums right now.  In a time of political, economic, and global crisis – Americans don’t want their world to be complex, and a politician who can’t speak plainly is an unwelcome guest – to wit, Gore, Kerry, and from time to time, Obama and Biden.

Quite a few of us read dozens of websites and a blizzard of articles every day on politics and political topics – and for us, the choice is clear: Obama or McCain. To us, being undecided is borderline unpatriotic. Those who are undecided will argue, and be right, that they don’t have the luxury of reading a dozen websites and a blizzard of articles.

For too many Americans, the person who can explain our world in the most simple terms is the person they trust most to lead them through times of crisis. This used to be the job of the media. Now it’s the job of the President. Perhaps one day it will again be the job of the President to be complex and the job of the media to be plain spoken. For the time being, we have a bluegrass President in a Baroque world. 

It occured to me while watching the debates that the McCain strategy can be summarized in a single sentence: obfuscate the facts until nobody trusts them, distort the perceptions of the media until nobody trusts them either, and make this election about an emotional gut reaction, then start waving that flag. If this is their goal, then they couldn’t have found a better pick for Vice-President.” 

wow!!!!!!!!!

heavy props to josh anderson!!!

heavy props to josh anderson!!!

phillyfreck signin out




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