Friday, October 10, 2008

Worse Than I Thought

It's really true: John McCain is inciting racial hatred in his campaign. He can't win, and he knows it, so he's getting his base prepared to believe that "the scary n****rs, the lib'ral media, and the terr-ists" stole the election, come November. Getting the mouth-breathers watching Fox News ready to believe that the current economic crisis, the election, and everything that's going wrong in their lives right now is the fault of some crooked Chicago politicians, crazy liberal activists, and the uppity Obama n****rs.

Look at this POS web video for McCain:



This is beyond deceitful, beyond dishonest. This is where the cries of "treason!" should really be directed. McCain is starting something that he can't control, and I pray to all the Higher Powers that be that Obama's Secret Service detail is the very best.

Obama predicted this, back in July.



The lies are coming so fast from the McCain camp, that I can barely keep up with them. His campaign is beginning to resemble what I remember from watching George Wallace's run for the presidency in 1968. In a time when we all need to come together as Americans, John McCain is dividing us.

TPM ElectionCentral outlines the evil that McCain & Palin are doing, and concludes:

But here's the most important point: To my knowledge neither McCain nor Palin has uttered a single syllable of protest as their crowds indulged their fear and loathing of Obama. It's hard to overstate how reckless and lacking in leadership this is -- and how dangerous this is, too.

Even David Gergen is worried about the possibility of violence. In an interview on CNN, Gergen said that "there is a free-floating sort of whipping-around anger that could really lead to some violence. And I think we're not far from that."

What next, an assassination attempt on Obama?

2 comments:

Jeff Rosenberg said...

I desperately want this election to be over. This stuff is just horrifying.

Strong said...

I agree. I wasn't worried before, but I am now.