Two animated blobs debate John McCain’s foreign policy experience in this video blobcast.
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In his latest column, the professional Republican supplicant Thomas Sowell sacrifices accuracy to the altar of partisanship. Sowell highlights Barack Obama’s peripheral role in the “Bridge to Nowhere” but neglects Sarah Palin’s central role in the same affair. Sowell contends that Obama is different from
John McCain is against spreading the wealth around? So what – he’s in favor of increased concentration of wealth by America’s billionaires and big corporations?
The last debate of a long line of presidential debates for the 2008 presidential election season is over. John McCain and Barack Obama will not directly debate again before Election Day. If you watched the debate, what’s your reaction? How do you think it went?
“Senator Obama will tell you, as the extreme environmentalists do, that it has to be safe.” — John McCain, referring to nuclear power during the October 15, 2008 debate Safety, schmafety. I mean, that’s so extreme.
“That’s a hatchet, and THEN I would get out a scalpel.” — John McCain referring to his political approach during the October 15 2008 debate. If you use a hatchet first, it doesn’t matter what you do afterward with that scalpel. Hoo boy, is John
Pop quiz: Who supported the invasion and occupation of Iraq, a big government program that will cost between one and two trillion dollars before it’s through? Obama or McCain?
But no, in John McCain’s mission here, in taking the high road, as you’re going to see too with a lot of unfair shots he has taken in this campaign with some of his opponents’ supporters, McCain and I taking the high road, being positive.
Pastor at McCain Event Declares Holy Christian War Against Other Religions, Warns God Not to Fuck Up the Election
OK, so he didn’t call God a “slut.” But the Reverend Arnold Conrad came that close in a Saturday rally in Davenport Iowa for John McCain. Delivering the official Christian invocation at the presidential campaign event, Conrad declared: I would also add, Lord, that your
John McCain has put himself on the side of ignorance. Like the medieval church leaders who forced Galileo to recant his astronomical discoveries, McCain is resisting efforts to pass on the latest discoveries in astronomy and physics to the next generation.