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Sunday, October 05, 2008

Racism in the McCain Campaign

Have you seen this yet? OMG, it's really disgustingly overboard. And it's written by the McCain campaign's official Buchanan County representative. You need to read this column to believe it. In "humor" he accuses Obama of wanting to paint the White House black, supporting reparations, changing the national anthem to the "black national anthem", teaching "black liberation theology in all churches", and replacing the flag with a "star and crescent logo". Isn't that hilarious. Isn't that just the funniest thing you've ever read....NOT.

Why has the Virginia McCain campaign not removed this guy already and publicly rebuked him? Why has the McCain campaign not only not spoken up about this dastardly attempt at pushing racist remarks to the forefront of the campaign, but has ignored the entire thing. This isn't funny. This is plain old disgusting.

And yet people still believe that McCain is an honorable man. I really do not get how. He's proven himself to be exactly the opposite.

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Blogger ROSA E OLIVIER said...

!!!???...and for you...

"love is the one who masters all things."

Mawlãnã Rumi.

6/10/08 10:16 AM  

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