Things more Muslim than Obama

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On behalf of all the Bedwetters

I would just like to point out that we should keep our debate above a 3rd grade level. I am sure that their are bedwetters on both sides of the isle.

I am not concerned that he is a Muslim, Catholic, Protestant, etc. I am worried that he associates with people who use terrorist tactics (William Aires and the Weathermen). I am concerned that he will talk to State sponsers of terror and won't talk to the commanding officer in Iraq.

He is just not Qualified. He sat in a pew for twenty years listening to Rev. Wright who is very anti-america. He won't put his hand over his heart while saying the pledge of allegiance. And call me naive but if you are going to run a country you should not hate it.You guys should have stuck with Hillary.

But leave it to the Dem's to put up two loser against the worst Republican canidate in years. My theory is we should let Obama have it. He'll screw it up as most Dem's do and then we can elect a true conservative to get the country back on the right track.

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Posted by RedStater (not verified) on 13 June 2008 - 11:25am
Nuts
I am worried that he associates with people who use terrorist tactics (William Aires and the Weathermen).

"Associates"? The guy lives in his neighborhood, and is a college professor. Is that "associates"? What was he convicted of?

I am concerned that he will talk to State sponsers [sic] of terror and won't talk to the commanding officer in Iraq.

Why are you afraid of talking? Don't you think American foreign policy should rise above 3rd grade tactics of "I'm not talking to you!"

He sat in a pew for twenty years listening to Rev. Wright who is very anti-america

How so? One clip out of context? Is Wright running for President? Or are we to vote for the candidate's preacher instead? How about Hagee? That guy is totally nuts, but McCain left the Catholic Church to join his congregation. I believe in separation of church and state, and while I feel McCain is a hateful person for embracing Hagee and soliciting his endorsement, that's not why I'm never going to vote for McCain.

He won't put his hand over his heart while saying the pledge of allegiance.

A lie proven false already.

And call me naive but if you are going to run a country you should not hate it.

What's your proof that he hates America?

But leave it to the Dem's to put up two loser against the worst Republican canidate in years. My theory is we should let Obama have it. He'll screw it up as most Dem's do and then we can elect a true conservative to get the country back on the right track.

Considering that "conservative" means everything from homophobic preachers to atheist warmongers to big-government spenders to fascist police-state advocates to don't-tread-on-me libertarians, I have no idea what you mean by "true conservative."

The country has been off-track since Reagan, and really the serious damage started with Nixon. How a conservative is supposed to fix what conservatives have wrought, I have no idea. It's quite funny, actually.

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Posted by media girl on 13 June 2008 - 12:10pm
in response

William Aires: He sought his endorsement at one point. I will research this and provide a source.

Talking to State Sponser of Terror: Nothing is wrong with talking. I don't mind if he meets with anyone, except maybe William Aires ;). If he is going to meet with dictators he should also meet with his top brass.

Rev Wright: I think that we all know this wasn't just a couple of sound bytes taken out of context. Just listen to any of the press conferences he has done since the scandal. If you didn't agree with the pastor or are offended by the pastor you move on. Obama didn't, he stayed for 20 years. He even claimed that Rev. Wright was family.

On your last point with the Country being off track, I wouldn't argue that. The difference between us is the direction we think the country should go.

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Posted by RedStater (not verified) on 13 June 2008 - 2:25pm
Willaim Ayers Info

First he was never convicted of anything but he admits that he set bombs and that his only regret with "He didn't do more."
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F0...

Also, He serves on the board of the Woods Fund of Chicago.

Here's a quote from Obama's buddy and fellow board member:
"Kill all the rich people. Break up their cars and apartments. Bring the revolution home, kill your parents, that's where it's really at"

When asked if he would do it again he said:

"I don't want to discount the possibility"

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Posted by RedStater (not verified) on 16 June 2008 - 7:53am
Never convicted, but he once

Never convicted, but he once said....

Are you enjoying the Fox News kool-ade?

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Posted by media girl on 16 June 2008 - 8:36am
Kool-aide

He absolutely admitted to setting those bombs. Nobody disputes that but you. Why don't you finish your jug of kool-aid.

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Posted by RedStater (not verified) on 16 June 2008 - 11:27am
So don't vote for Ayers

So don't vote for Ayers then. That is, if you can find him on the ballot. This tangent is getting boring. I think I'm done.

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Posted by media girl on 16 June 2008 - 11:45am