Posts Tagged ‘McCain’


October 31, 2008

Obama claims that McCain is making selfishness a virtue.  What a joke.  What a pile of BS.  Do we need any more proof this guy believes and advocates socialism?  He tries to avoid this label by spewing out misdirections like this that actually make YOU out to be the bad guy. 

Let me give you an example.  If your office decided to help out a local food bank and asked everyone to contribute some money to it would anyone have an issue with that?  Probably not.  Now, what if they came to you when you didn’t give any money and said, in front of everyone, “I see you didn’t give any money.  Why are you being so selfish and greedy?”  Now, you would probably take issue with that.  It’s rude and embarrassing and just wrong.  That is exactly what Obama is doing when he says things like this.

Ok, let’s take it a step further.  Not only does your boss say that, but he also starts to take money from your paycheck and give it to the food bank for you.  Now, let me ask you, is THAT charity?  You know, I can give $10.00 to Govco and see only $1.50 go to the actually person who needs it OR I can give to a thoroughly vetted charity of my choice and see $9.99 go to that person who needs it.

Socialism.  Just vote nobama.


Quote of the day

September 5, 2008

I may not agree with McCain on a lot of things and feel he has left many of his Conservative principles however this quote cannot go unmentioned:

“Senator Obama wants our schools to answer to unions and entrenched bureaucracies. I want schools to answer to parents and students.”

Quote of the day

September 5, 2008

Ann Coulter:

“When liberals start acting like they’re opposed to pre-marital sex and mothers having careers, you know McCain’s vice presidential choice has knocked them back on their heels.”

Hey Mr. Pot, meet Mr. Kettle.

August 21, 2008

You gotta love it.  Is this guy an idiot or what?  Obama is attacking McCain for having seven houses.  Yes, you heard that correctly.  Not only is this just plain wealth envy scare tactics but it also shows just how big a hypocrite Obama really is.  The quote from the McCain camp sums it up:

“Does a guy who made more than $4 million last year, just got back from vacation on a private beach in Hawaii and bought his own million-dollar mansion with the help of a convicted felon really want to get into a debate about houses? Does a guy who worries about the price of arugula and thinks regular people “cling” to guns and religion in the face of economic hardship really want to have a debate about who’s in touch with regular Americans? –McCain spokesman Brian Rogers

I’m REALLY looking forward to more debates and Obama without a teleprompter.  It will get bloody.

Obama and the truth

August 7, 2008

Neal Boortz points out some pretty big lies and distortions by Obama on energy and oil:

Barack Obama is trying his darndest to link John McCain to “big oil” and Dick Cheney. Yesterday on the program we talked about Obama’s latest McCain-Exxon ad, where he claims that John McCain has received $2 million in campaign contributions from people in the oil industry.  What Obama failed to mention is that he himself has received well over $400,000 in campaign contributions from “big oil.” Nice try, BO!

Something else that Barack Obama has failed to bring up … and that the media has failed to point out (there’s a surprise) … is that Obama voted for an energy bill in 2005that included billions in subsidies for oil and natural gas production. Dick Cheney was credited with writing, or at least influencing, much of the bill. And yet Barack voted for it … twice. Even more surprising is that John McCain did not vote for the bill “because it included billions in unnecessary tax breaks for the oil industry.”

Celebrity? Me?

August 5, 2008

Obama and his camp are all in an uproar about McCain’s new ad comparing Obama to Paris Hilton.  It’s stating that he is nothing much but a overexposed celebrity.  As true as it is, Obama supporters were wetting their pants crying and moaning about it. Funny thing is, Obama actually stated this back in 2005.  Check out this Newsbusters story about it:

A February 24, 2005, Washington Post article begins:

There’s nothing exotic or complicated about how phenoms are made in Washington, and, more to the point, how they are broken.

“Andy Warhol said we all get our 15 minutes of fame,” says Barack Obama. “I’ve already had an hour and a half. I mean, I’m so overexposed, I’m making Paris Hilton look like a recluse.”

Quote of the day

August 5, 2008

Stephen Price:

“Spraying huge amounts of jet fuel into the atmosphere, purely to allow rich people to look down on an overheating planet, is about as stupid and hypocritical as it gets. Still, I’m sure that the earth from space is a beautiful sight – enjoy it while it lasts.”

Although I don’t agree that we are destroying the planet or anything, this quote makes a great point on just how hypocritical these global warming nuts are.  Here is Obama, for example, talking ripping on big oil and how John McCain is in bed with big oil yet, where would Obama be without oil?  Is he cutting down on his travel in order to save the planet or stick it to big oil?  How about Gore and his mansion?  What about all these celebratards and their jet set lifestyles?  Laurie David, the Big Greenie, made a big deal last year that she no longer is going to fly on private jets but will now go commercial.  Oh, Laurie, thank you!!!  Yeah, like that makes a difference at all.  You’re still flying!!! 

What a joke.

Race Card…again!

August 1, 2008

Once again, Obama brings up race.  Interesting, isn’t it, that it’s the GOP that are always accused of being racist and such yet it’s the Liberals that bring it up all the time.  Here is the latest thing Obama said:

“What they’re going to try to do is make you scared of me, You know, he doesn’t look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills.”

Of course, he is denying that comment was about his race.  Um..then what was it about? His ears?  His hair?  Remember a few months ago when he said this:

“They’re going to try to make you afraid of me. He’s young and inexperienced and he’s got a funny name. And did I mention he’s black?

Sorry, he is just trying to use his race and white guilt to get into office since, really, what has he done? What experience does he have?  He cries that McCain has no new ideas but what new ones does Obama have except the tired, old, failed policies of Liberals Democrats?  

Once again, we are calling on not just a moratorium but an out right ban on the use of the race card.

Mainstream media vs Blogs

August 1, 2008

If you read or listen to the mainstream media, you probably never heard about John Edwards and his supposed affair and “love child” from it.  The National Enquirer started reporting on it last year and recently, it has really put the pressure on and some intriguing things have come to surface.  Now, this is not a post ripping on Edwards but more on the media.  The Charlotte Observer, Edwards main cheering section and supporter over the last few years has finally commented on it.  Check out these quotes:

One reason mainstream media did not report the story earlier is that the truth has been hard to determine.

Blogs are quick to criticize such reluctance as a failure of the mainstream media, but the thing that distinguishes good newspapers is that they make every attempt to verify details of such a story before publishing.

Well, gee…the mainstream media sure didn’t waste any time back in 2004 with Bush and the National Guard story.  They sure didn’t waste time with the Gulliani affair.  They didn’t seem to want to wait for facts with the Tom Delay story.  How about when there were rumors of McCain having an affair?  I seem to remember the media jumping all over that.  Newt and his dying wife and the affair – they spread that out like a hooker on Friday night.  Bill Bennett and gambling…the list could go on and on.  The mainstream has no problem announcing the bad news if it is the GOP and hiding it for as long as possible if it is a Democrat. 

Typical.   Fact is, if it wasn’t for the blogs the how CBS/Dan Rather National Guard story would still be reported as fact.

What it amounts to is plain old cover up and lazy ass reporting.

Supporters vs. Followers

July 17, 2008

Heard a great quote today:

“Obama has followers, McCain has supporters.”