Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Draw Your Own Conclusions: THE Scariest Anti-Obama Video Yet! Watch!!

There Will Be Bloodshed!
It's grainy and wobbly, but the hatred comes through. The "Vote McCain, Not Barack Hussein!" people are not just angry, but look potentially violent. This is a Palin rally in Henderson, NV (near Las Vegas). Note that almost all the Obama supporters are African American.

Palin has saupposedly dropped her "pals around with terrorists" taunt, but no one told these people!

How To End a Political Career in 7 Minutes

Sorry, Michele, there are no "re-dos" in politics

Ridiculous: a politician goes on one of the nation's most visible cable TV shows and says she didn't know what she was getting into. The name, "Hardball" says it all. It gives the impression that Christofascists don't live in the real world. (Do they?). Palin didn't know what she was getting into with her Couric and Gibson interviews. The media combines fluff and hard questions. Shows like "Hardball" mean that you better be ready to talk fast, respond fast and, most importantly, don't look like a dummy.

Bachmann, Palin, and who knows who else. Where do we get these people from? Values Voters? Their values include very low I.Q.s (they do seem to be in fashion, don't they?).

The Desperate Noise From The Republican Party Is Deafening!

...And Defeating.
They're Stranded And Screaming From
An Icefloe That's Melting.

Very Quickly.

So, while they're busy hurling epithets and screaming against Barack Obama and Joe Biden, the Republicans' territory is getting smaller and they're getting more desperate. Some Republicans are actually switching to Democrats to save their own political skins.

Of course, amidst all of this neocon mudslinging is the elephant in the room: George W. B**h, who just happens to be a Republican.

(CBS) By CBS News White House Correspondent Mark Knoller

Not once this year has President Bush appeared in public at a campaign rally for the Republican Party or any of its candidates. And on Tuesday night, when he attends a million dollar fund-raiser for the National Republican Senatorial Committee, it will be the last political event he does before Election Day.
The Republicans have learned (the hard way) that too much mudslinging by political Christofascists can have the opposite affect. The comments made in the video below by Michele Bachmann about Obama being anti-American backfired beautifully:

(Washington Post)

Those comments, made to Chris Matthews on "Hardball" last Friday, alleging that Barack Obama held "anti-American" views immediately lit up the blogosphere, energized the campaign of former Blaine Mayor Elwyn Tinklenberg (great name!) and turned Bachmann's race from an afterthought into one of the most high profile House races in the country.

Tinklenberg has raised more than $800,000 in the aftermath of Bachmann's comments and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee communications director Jen Crider has called this a "$1 million mistake" on the part of the Republican incumbent.

Considering the other blunders that Bachmann has made in the past, I would strongly suggest that all of her consituents vote for Tinklenberg to save face. Watch the clip and see just how much like Palin Bachmann sounds. She sticks to one talking point like glue simply because she can't answer the other questions (notice how frustrated Chris Matthews looks).

Hurl! Sling! "Do you think they'll ever notice that we're (sssh!) Republicans?"

And Republicans, in defense, are using the same meme as Bachmann: "I never said that!"
Despite the way the blogs and the Democratic Party are spinning it, I never called all liberals anti-American, I never questioned Barack Obama’s patriotism, and I never asked for some House Un-American Activities Committee witch hunt into my colleagues in Congress.
Contrary to Bachmann's implications, viewers of Chris Matthews' Hardball can sense overt implication. She's counting on people reading between her lines and extending her phraseology. Look at the clip twice. Go here to view extended clips - the entire frustrating, self-righteous glare of Bachmann is horrifying. Those extended silences after Matthews' questions aren't due to reception. Bachmann's face freezes when she tries to think of an answer.

BTW: In her context, witch hunt=media expose.

Just a thought.