Casey Anthony Attorney Jose Baez & the Obama Campaign Have Something in Common … Both Do Not Like Tough Questions


It seems that Casey Anthony attorney Jose Baez and the Obama campaign only want to do interviews where they are served up softballs. When one is not willing to answer the tough questions there is a serious problem. If one is a lawyer or politician it is the same. To only want to answer easy, softball questions should make us all pause and question whether it deals with a missing little girl case or the election of a President. Dodging tough questions is never a good thing.

Question: So what does Casey Anthony attorney Jose Baez and the Barack Obama campaign have in common?

Hint: Is has to do with WFTV Channel 9 in Orlando, FL.

Answer: It appears that both defense attorney Jose Baez and the Obama campaign do not like being asked tough questions. In fact when they are not pitched softballs, they restrict free speech and cut the media off. Remember back when Casey Anthony defense attorney Jose Baez kicked WFTV out of his office because he did not want to answer the tough questions that they might pose to him at a press conference. Watch the video HERE.


However, at least in the case of defense attorney Baez, he is not required to answer the media’s questions when it comes to what his client, Casey Anthony, may or may not have done in the disappearance of her 3 year old daughter Caylee Anthony. In the case of the Barack Obama campaign and VP candidate Joe Biden, they basically are required to answer questions.

However, Obama campaign cuts off WFTV after interview with Joe Biden. If this is a sign of things to come, the United States is in for a long four years of an Administration dodging questions. I guess Channel 9 Barbara West best get ready to be “Joe the Plumbered” and have her personal records to be illegally accessed. Or maybe she will just be called a racist for daring to question.

Finally, a media outlet, WFTV, grows a pair and actually acts in a responsible manner to ask the Obama-Biden ticket a tough question and the Osamamessiah excommunicates them from future interviews. Is this what America has to look forward to with an Obama Administration? The minute anyone asks a tough question they are put on a black list. There is change you can believe in.

Watch the video of tough questions here.

West wondered about Sen. Barack Obama’s comment, to Joe the Plumber, about spreading the wealth. She quoted Karl Marx and asked how Obama isn’t being a Marxist with the “spreading the wealth” comment.

“Are you joking?” said Biden, who is Obama’s running mate. “No,” West said.

West later asked Biden about his comments that Obama could be tested early on as president. She wondered if the Delaware senator was saying America’s days as the world’s leading power were over.

“I don’t know who’s writing your questions,” Biden shot back.

Biden so disliked West’s line of questioning that the Obama campaign canceled a WFTV interview with Jill Biden, the candidate’s wife.

“This cancellation is non-negotiable, and further opportunities for your station to interview with this campaign are unlikely, at best for the duration of the remaining days until the election,” wrote Laura K. McGinnis, Central Florida communications director for the Obama campaign.

In the end, both Baez and the Obama campaign are gutless. However, the Obama campaign and Biden are even more spineless as they have a responsibility to the American people to answer questions. Especially when the questions are ones to explain actual comments that came from their own mouths. The Obama campaigns answer is to cut off WFTV because they did not act like the rest of the MSM and provide softballs.

It was not too long ago that it was reported that Sarah Palin was actually more accessible to the media that was Joe Biden. Why won’t the Obama campaign answer tough questions? What are they hiding from America prior to the November election, other than the truth?

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    68 Responses to “Casey Anthony Attorney Jose Baez & the Obama Campaign Have Something in Common … Both Do Not Like Tough Questions”

    1. Fox Fire on October 25th, 2008 7:07 pm

      All we have to do is watch the debates

      to figure out who it is that wants

      them slooow pitches

      and who likes them fast balls!

      Imagine, putting McCain and baseball

      in the same sentence!


      I doubt that he could run the bases

      even if you gave him new aluminum alloy legs

      like Lieutenant Dan!


      He comes from a whole line of Bushes…

      I mean, McCains!



      One in the same!


    2. Scared Monkeys on October 25th, 2008 7:31 pm

      Obama and his campaign are cowards. The MSM has carried their water for 2 years now. They actually get a tough question from one media outlet and they start crying.

      How pathetic that they act like this. There is no difference between their campaign and the lying and spinning from Baez and Casey Anthony. NONE!

      I will make the prediction now.

      America needed to be taught a lesson. And a horrible lesson they will learn much like when Carter was elected for the sins of Richard Nixon. Yea, there was change we never needed in America.

      After the Democratic controlled Senate, House and President run this country into the ground, 2 years from now the Senate and House will shift back to Republicans and the Obama if elected will be a one term President.

      You cannot lie to your base and the middle. One can only fabricate the truth to one of them. With no checks and balances and a media that is pathetic, they will run this country further into the ground with the policies that they are proposing.

      Socialism is never the answer to economic growth.

    3. Scared Monkeys on October 25th, 2008 7:33 pm

      Why is the Obama campaign affraid to answer questions?

      Hell, what would we expect from a candidate who refuses to produce a birth certificate. Instead he hides behind a technicality in having a case thrown out for standing.

      Why produce a birth certificate, these are they same rules he taught when he was at ACORN.

    4. idiot patrol on October 25th, 2008 7:42 pm

      If Obama and Biden ever had to answer the questions or got treated like McCain & Palin did by the MSM they would have crumbled.

      These two clowns could never have faced the media scrutiny that was put on McCain and Palin.

      Hell, Obama & Biden could never have handled the rectal exam that was given to Joe the Plumber. Why is it that I know more about Joe the Plumbers personal life that I do Obama?

      Nice to know that we will have an unproven candidate as President that has never even handled media pressure, let alone the pressure of decisions of being in the White House.

      Unbelievable that our media has sunk to nothing more than a propaganda vehicle of the Democratic party. Hello Pravda.

    5. on October 25th, 2008 10:25 pm

      The American Thinker has a great article about the dirty little secret the MSM is hiding from the American public.

    6. A New Girl on October 25th, 2008 11:41 pm

      #5—Thanks for the link, Katablog. That article may give us a little glimmer of hope.

      AMERICA! Pay attention. Let the FACTS and the painfully obvious truth speak to you…


      Decide for yourself—take a crash course into the man’s mind—it will only take a day or two—READ HIS OWN WORDS! Get a copy of one or both of his books then you be the judge! His OWN words people—-it’s all in there. Wow. Yes, I am going to say it—-if you are WHITE and MIDDLE TO UPPER CLASS….you are going to be shocked as I was. Hmnnnnnnn…. He is ANTI-WHITE (that means OBAMA is the RACIST himself) he is ANTI-AMERICAN!

      John McCain is the man for the job.

      EXPERIENCE FIRST! COUNTRY FIRST! Do we have time for a President who needs on-the-job training??? With everything in a shambles—-clearly the answer is NO NO NO

      If Obama does get in which looks like it will happen—then unfortunately- everything Red posted above for his predictions…..Well! There is the NEW reality, folks. All 100% true.


      Read those books if you are unsure—then- decide for yourself. You will be amazed.

      **McCain/Palin ’08**

    7. Scarrlett on October 26th, 2008 3:23 am

      I have to agree that I want a President that can think on his feet. One that has the knowledge in his head not on a index card and teleprompter. One that understands the real ways of our enemies. 5,000 years those people have been messed-up and obama wants to TALK to them. For a guy thats been around he sure is naive. Don’t want that for a leader either!!

      Ont thing about this birth issue. I hope this is true and Mr.Berg can get the courts to listen but he has run out of time. And how did this miss the Clinton’s radar?? If there was any validity to this I think the crafty team of Hillary and Bill would of been all over it!!

    8. jasperjava on October 26th, 2008 4:09 am

      She didn’t make Joe Biden look bad, she made herself look bad. This red-baiting McCarthyist reporter must be a member of the John Birch Society.

      She either wants a job at FOX”News”, or on the House Un-American Activities Committee.

      I’m surprised she didn’t ask Biden, “Are you now or have you ever been a card-carrying member of the Communist Party?”

    9. Scared Monkeys on October 26th, 2008 8:41 am

      The reason why I made this comparison was to show that some people have an agenda when it comes to politics and are willing to overlook the obvious.

      When it comes to a missing 3 year old little girl like Caylee, people scream from the rafters that Casey’s def atty is deflecting the truth and defending a client who is obviously lying. We look at the atty as an enabler.

      However, those same very people give Obama a pass when it comes to his campaign answering the tough questions. They either dismiss them, make fun of them or cut off the messenger altogether. In the case of Joe the Plumber there was actually a concerted effort to destroy him. Of course it was done by illegally accessing his private records.

      This is a message to all and for any politician no matter what the party affiliation is. You have an obligation to answer our questions and the media has an obligation to make them.

      If they do not … they do not belong asking for our vote or in office. Why does the Obama campaign keep ducking questions? They have not had an open presser in nearly a month.

    10. Richard on October 26th, 2008 8:44 am

      Many of us think that what the country needs most of all now is fiscal responsibility … the idea that not all government spending is good spending, that Washington’s sacred cows deserve to be scrutinized, and that the government does not have an answer to every question.

      Look at the pattern of campaign spending. Obama originally said that if McCain accepted the restrictions of public campaign funds, so would he.

      But he didn’t.

      And now the Democrats can outspend the McCain campaign.

      Is it un-American to suspect that the media know on what side their bread is buttered (to use an old phrase)?

      Polls suggest that the Democrats are likely to make big gains in Congress … the combination of a Democratic administration and a Democratic Congress will pave the way for big spending like we haven’t seen in some time.

      The slogan used to be that we can spend our way into prosperity.

      The new slogan: we can spend our way out of debt.

      My guess: under an Obama administration, the dollar will be devalued, a cheap way to in effect cut the value of the debt that foreign investors hold.

      Guess what that will do to the price of oil.

    11. on October 26th, 2008 9:03 am

      Unfortunately, the Judge in the Berg case (Obama’s birth certificate) has ruled that an American voter has no standing to question the eligibility of a candidate! Only Congress, controlled by one party, has standing!

      How can this be? Where has my America gone?

    12. nurturer on October 26th, 2008 9:13 am

      Obama keeps ducking questions because he knows he can. He knows he can because he has been given permission to avoid hard topics by his accomplices in the MSM. And I must say too, that I certainly do miss Biden’s history lessons and spelling bees.

      If all MSM did their jobs as a ‘free’ press should, Obama’s agenda would have been apparent at least a year ago. Without the MSM veil to hide behind Obama would appear as what he is: an opportunistic politician and not the Messiah that will lead his followers to some sort of “change”.

      The only “change” Obama is interested in is that which resides in your pockets and mine.

    13. Richard on October 26th, 2008 9:38 am

      Okay, here are two questions:

      1. Why is it that, with business down so much, the credit-card companies seem to be raising their rates? It hasn’t happened to me (not yet), but a lot of people are getting letters saying that the rates they pay are going up.

      Do they know something we don’t know (i.e., with the Democrats likely to control our government, higher inflation is a certainty)? And is anyone interested in helping out the taxpayer as opposed to the big businesses that are going broke?

      2. I have no ill will towards Jennifer Hudson or any member of her family, and hope that the case of the missing nephew is resolved soon.

      That said … why is it that when Natalee Holloway went missing, there was a ‘double standard’ (allegedly) in media attention, but when a family member of an entertainer is missing, no hint of a ‘double standard’ is raised?

    14. Richard on October 26th, 2008 9:41 am

      Meanwhile, here’s an article showing what it takes to succeed in America today … run a big business, fail, and then compete to get on the federal dole. No easier way to cash in:

      Companies start competing for bailout money
      Associated Press
      Oct 26, 2008

      WASHINGTON – The bailout is now the hottest lobbying game in town.

      Insurers, automakers and American subsidiaries of foreign banks all want the Treasury Department to cut them a piece of the largest government rescue in U.S. history.

      The betting is that many with their hands out will be successful, especially with financial markets in a stomach-churning dive and predictions the economy is about to tumble into a deep recession.

      These groups argue that the credit squeeze is so severe and the risks to the economy so dire that their industries need financial support as well.

      The Treasury is considering requests from a variety of industries, but has not decided whether to expand the program, officials said Saturday.

      Lobbying efforts are intensifying.

      The Financial Services Roundtable wrote Treasury officials on Friday requesting that the initiative to buy $250 billion in bank stock grow to cover insurers, auto companies, securities dealers and U.S. subsidiaries of foreign companies, including banks. The Treasury’s plan is intended to bolster banks’ tattered balance sheets and get them to resume making loans.

      As the Treasury now interprets it, these additional groups would not participate in the bank stock program. They could receive help from a separate part of the $700 billion rescue that will buy bad assets from financial institutions.

      Steve Bartlett, the president of the Roundtable, urged the Treasury to broaden the definition of those eligible for the stock purchase program.

      “The institutions that are excluded play a vital role in the U.S. economy by providing liquidity to the market,” Bartlett wrote Neel Kashkari, the Treasury Department official running the bailout program.

      Referring to U.S. subsidiaries of foreign companies, Bartlett said, “This is a global crisis and to not recognize the U.S. firms controlled by foreign banks or companies would create further impediment to the market’s recovery.”

      A financial industry official said Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson met over the past week with various groups, including hedge fund managers, that were petitioning for assistance. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the Treasury has not made a decision.

      This official said the discussions with insurance industry executives were being held in advance of what are expected to be disappointing earnings reports by some insurance companies in the coming week.

      The official said the insurance industry would like to get government purchases of their stock on a mandatory basis, duplicating the agreement Paulson struck two weeks ago with nine major banks.

      Paulson pressured the big banks to go along with the program as a way of removing the stigma that might be attached to the payments if only a few major banks had received them.

      Some insurers technically would be eligible for stock purchases now if they own subsidiaries that are savings and loan institutions regulated by the Office of Thrift Supervision.

      Last month, American International Group, the country’s largest insurance company, received an $85 billion loan from the Federal Reserve. Since then, it has gotten further support in an effort to withstand the biggest upheavals on Wall Street since the Great Depression.

      Complicating the government’s decision-making is that the Bush administration will not be in charge after Jan. 20. Paulson, who has said he has no intention of staying on the job, has pledged to consult with both campaigns on his bailout actions.

      Democrat Barack Obama’s presidential campaign said Friday it supported the effort by the auto industry to get money from the $250 billion made available for stock purchases. That would be in addition to $25 billion recently approved by Congress for low-interest loans to help the struggling industry retool and build fuel efficient vehicles.

      The debate over expanding the bailout comes as the Treasury is rushing to get money out the door to the primary recipients: banks that sharply curtailed lending after suffering billions of dollars of losses on mortgage-related assets as home foreclosures soared in the housing slump.

      Lawmakers are pressuring the Treasury to do more in the foreclosure area, as well.

      Sheila Bair, head of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., told Congress about efforts to provide government-backed loan guarantees for mortgages that are reworked to help homeowners in danger of default. That would give banks an incentive to speed up refinancing efforts because the government would back part of the reworked loan.

      The Treasury also is moving ahead to get bank stock purchases approved. It announced on Oct. 14 that it was spending $125 billion to buy stock in nine of the largest financial institutions. An announcement was expected Friday about a second round involving 20 to 22 other banks.

      But it was decided each bank would announce its own agreements with the Treasury, out of concern that excluded banks could suffer a stock sell-off from disappointed investors.

      PNC Financial Services Group Inc. announced Friday it was acquiring National City Corp. for $5.58 billion, in what was the first instance of a bank using fresh investments from the bailout program to make an acquisition. PNC said it had received $7.7 billion in cash through selling stock to the government under the program.

      (end of article)

      So one bank uses some of its bailout money to buy up another bank? Who’s watching the store?

    15. nurturer on October 26th, 2008 10:08 am

      #1 – I bet you crack yourself up.

    16. Fox Fire on October 26th, 2008 11:07 am


      No… I don’t crack myself up. But, I take pride in being brave enough to face down the challenge of speaking my mind, even if those around me don’t share in my enthusiasm. That takes heart.

      I don’t think that McCain is good enough to be president. He is old… and carries in him the old idealism that got us into this financial crisis to begin with. This country cannot afford another war. To continue in our search for Al Qaeda has our full support; but taking time out of that mission to serve one’s personal agenda, to defend his father’s reputation, is not what our military is meant for.

      We don’t need another ‘Commander in Chief’ that uses this country’s military to serve his own need to look powerful. And, we don’t need another General, we have enough Generals to serve a hundred wars. What we need is a ‘President’ that works with the other branches of government to get us out of the fox hole that Bush and McCain got us into. We can’t afford to pay $10,000,000,000 a month to support the drilling of oil in a country that can afford to protect their own oil fields. We need to work with the OPEC Nations to assure that the transporting of oil, through the gulf, be their responsibility and not ours.

      We are not the ‘Controller’ of the world. Nor are we the ‘Police’. The blood of our youth should not be wasted on missions that are not in violation of our safety. If we spent that much money on research and development, we could have come up with alternative methods to fuel our country, increased our ability to pump natural gas AND supported our own economy, as well. McCain is a military man that thinks that everything can be solved through forcing the hands of our enemies. When you force someone to do something against their will, there are repercussions. For every action, there is a reaction. The reaction in the Middle East has turned to hate and it is that hate that makes their young men want to react with terrorism.

      We got away with a lot in the Middle East, with the thrust of our military and the meddling that we did into their affairs. But the world has grown smaller. It’s not that difficult for those anyone to reach us, anymore.

      The price of oil has gone down… not because of some magical recipe, but because there is hope on the horizon. If we support the same regime that continues to stir up trouble in the Middle East, we will continue to have problems with terrorism. And, in my opinion, the last thing we need is another war monger… someone that digs his heels in and refuses to negotiate. I’m not saying that we need to negotiate with terrorists, but rather, we need to negotiate with the legitimate Leaders of those countries and the OPEC nations. We need someone that thinks outside the box, not someone who has dedicated his life to war, fox holes and all suffering that comes with it.



    17. Fox Fire on October 26th, 2008 11:20 am

      Pure and simple:

      Interest rates are going to go up because many banks who sold Fannie, Freddie or those hybrid financial instruments, are carrying losses on their books. It has nothing to do with who is to become ‘President’ and everything to do with the onslaught of false reporting that was allowed to go on within these agencies. They kept the value of their stock elevated by not reporting their assets at LOCOM… a, simple accounting principal that is easily applied.

      Stating their inventory at cost, rather than the “Lower of Cost or Market” value has resulted in their failures ie. the mortgages they were reporting at cost, were inflated because of the drop in the housing market.


      In my opinion, what the banks did was a criminal act. They, above all, know the Generally Accepted Accounting Principals (GAAP) that should have been applied in order to reflect a clear picture of their financial security. Just think about how many financial statements they are provided by their Corporate borrowers in order to attain debt… they knew better!


    18. dave on October 26th, 2008 1:27 pm

      Fox Fire – The Pure and simple is your a Koolaide drinking socialist idiot. Move to a country who’s ideology fits you and leave America to true patriotic individuals who love this country and all it stands for. This is a war. Good verses Evil. We will defeat you evildoers at all costs, you have no chance at taking our country to hell with your ideology.

    19. caesu on October 26th, 2008 1:58 pm

      so many unanswered questions for Sarah Palin.
      I bet she gets impeached as soon as she comes back in defeat to Alaska next month.

      Alaska’s largest newspaper endorsed Barack Obama:

    20. Susy Q on October 26th, 2008 2:27 pm

      There is a site called Fight the Smears or something like that. They have a copy of the birth cert. I also saw some photos on another site that showed close ups of the raised seal but the raised seal is on the back of the cert. The state health director said all Hawaii bc’ s are like that. Just thought some might like to see the info…

    21. Fox Fire on October 26th, 2008 2:37 pm


      So which is it?

      First you call me a prostitute…

      Then, you call me an idiot…

      And, now, you call me a socialist?

      Maybe you need to move to a country that better suits your needs, because General Accounting Principals are not a new idea and are applied to every publicly traded company to report net worth, and thus value their stock. If we left it up to you, we’d be buried in companies like Enron, who left their employees, many of which were relying on the value of the company, to support their retirement through an ESOP… Now they’re penniless.

      You need to wake up and smell the roses. Either this country has to change their policies or we’re going to go to hell in a basket. Ofcourse, you don’t care about that because the military is your answer to everything. When our creditors come knocking on our door to get their money… you’re answer is to knock the shit out of them using your patriotic individuals!

      You are a total idiot if you don’t think that we were THAT close to being totally bankrupt. If the Federal Reserve didn’t print all that money, which would take centuries to count, we’d be down the tube… along with every other ‘free’ nation, as well as those that aren’t so free. And, we’re not out of the woods, yet. If we don’t do something about all those homes that are being foreclosed, we are going to have over 2% of our people homeless. Please, do tell, what is your solution? You’d probably say, “that’s tough, hit the road, Jack” even though many of them are those ‘Patriots’ of which you speak so fondly.

      You’re all talk! You have no heart and there is nothing respectable about you… and it doesn’t pass as being patriotic when you can’t, even, care about your own people. THAT is what our country was founded on… the pursuit of happiness. Not some hard-nosed attitude that calls for people to risk their lives in behalf of this country, only to have people like you kick them to the curb! And, just in case you missed it… this is not a HOLY WAR, good against bad. If it is, then we are no better than Al Quaeda!

      You want to fight a “Holy” war?

      Go… Fight it on your own!

      It is against the principals of this country
      to rage war against a country based on their

      You want to kill some Muslims?

      Go kill them on your own.

      True American people are tired of spending their
      hard-earned money supporting people like you that
      can’t get along with anybody, even your own!


      You’d make a great Terrorist!


    22. dennisintn on October 26th, 2008 2:45 pm

      #1 mccain is running for president, not the basketball team or the liar’s club presidency.

      mccain’s legs were broken when he was shot down doing his govt.’s business. it took a year of intense physical therapy after he was released to get well enough to pass his flight physical again.

      i want mccain and palin as my president because you can believe what they tell you. i’ve known obama for the liar he is since the second time i heard him speak. he didn’t even let 2 days go by without lying and denying what i’d heard him say the first time i heard him.

      obama’s depth of knowledge in the economy and foreign relations is no deeper than the sound bites he uses to impress everyone with. biden should at least know foreign relations but his mind and memory is just about good enough to get him out of bed and into the bathroom at night without ending up peeing in the kitchen sink.

    23. Fox Fire on October 26th, 2008 2:58 pm


      You’re probably one of those ‘Joe’s
      that don’t even know the meaning of
      the word.

      During his interview,

      The REAL Joe, the plumber said,

      “Well, I don’t believe in Social Security…

      but, my folks are getting old.

      I, mean…

      I don’t think they should…

      withhold it from my check!”


      There’s Joe, the Plumber, in all his glory!


      Personally, I hope Obama plays

      that interview as an infomercial…


      Does McCain, REALLY, think we’re THAT stupid?

      (Excluding Dave, I mean…)


    24. Fox Fire on October 26th, 2008 3:11 pm


      Is McCain planning on stealing the money

      from Social Security and dissolving the

      retirement program that we have been paying

      into since our first day of employment?


      According to Joe the Plumber,

      Social Security is Socialism!


      My GOD!

      Who, ever, came up with the idea
      of basing his campaign…

      On a total IDIOT!



    25. Fox Fire on October 26th, 2008 3:22 pm


      Great Article!

      I wonder what this wildlife refuge is, that they mention?

      Thank You for ALL you do!



    26. chloe on October 26th, 2008 3:59 pm

      I like to hear why people on this site hate Obama so much. I comes down to these things.
      1. He’s not American born, but we can’t prove it.
      2. He seems like a liar, but we have no evidence.
      3. He’s Muslim, but we of course can’t prove it.

      Somebody please give me something of SUBSTANCE. This tack is the same one taken by the McCain campaign and it is failing miserably. McCain’s only hope is to come up with an argument of substance of his own or one of substance against Obama. The fluff undermines the intelligence of the American people. We are not all Joe the Pulmbers or Joe Six Pack. Americans are much more than these stereotypes and it making us sick that the GOP campaign honestly thinks it can encompass all we are in a few caricatures. Gone are the days when votes are bought with fear. We aren’t afraid that Obama is Muslim or anti-American or will sell our country to terrorists. Please. We are way too smart for these hillbilly arguments. Find something valuable to say, don’t insult my intelligence, and I may lend an ear.

    27. yoyo muffintop on October 26th, 2008 4:46 pm

      There is no need to take the radical right’s label of socialism seriously. It is simply one of those “ist” labels that the right is so fond of using to garner a purely emotional response from people. Of course it is not accurate. For them that doesn’t matter. What matters is that they want to stick Obama with a tag that has a strong negative emotional response from people. We have just been through 8 years of this nonsense and I believe that the American people have been beat up enough to not fall for these tricks again.
      We’ll see on Nov 4th.

    28. Maggie on October 26th, 2008 5:15 pm

      Also read this comment on there.

      ArmyBrat wrote on 10/26/2008 02:10:48 PM:

      And is anyone really surprised that the ADN, a paper owned by a huge syndicate, with no real ties to Alaska has come out for “The One”? They used their huge financial reserves to force the closing of the Times in order to silence the one voice that opposed the liberal views of the owners of the ADN. They made promises to the citizens of Anchorage regarding not gouging us for advertising when the Times was being forced under. Anyone remember that? And look at what happened. Liars…

      The ADN opposes development of any of Alaskas resources. If they had their way there would be no growth in Alaska at all. And where was all the concern and venom for Governor Palin before she was running for VP? Non-existent. The ADN…just another liberal rag in the tank for Obama…the Messiah… I see a clear resemblance between Moonies and Obamabots. Neither rev. Moon or Obama can do wrong. No matter how blatant the wrongdoing, they give it a pass.

    29. Maggie on October 26th, 2008 5:33 pm

      Gone are the days when votes are bought with fear

      Oh you mean like this?

      In a TV ad and in speeches, Obama is making bogus claims that McCain plans to cut $880 billion from Medicare spending and to reduce benefits.

      A TV spot says McCain’s plan requires “cuts in benefits, eligibility or both.”
      Obama said in a speech that McCain plans “cuts” that would force seniors to “pay more for your drugs, receive fewer services, and get lower quality care.”

      Update, Oct. 21: A second Obama ad claims that McCain’s plan would bring about a 22 percent cut in benefits, “higher premiums and co-pays,” and more expensive prescription drugs.

      These claims are false, and based on a single newspaper report that says no such thing. McCain’s policy director states unequivocally that no benefit cuts are envisioned. McCain does propose substantial “savings” through such means as cutting fraud, increased use of information technology in medicine and better handling of expensive chronic diseases. Obama himself proposes some of the same cost-saving measures. We’re skeptical that either candidate can deliver the savings they promise, but that’s no basis for Obama to accuse McCain of planning huge benefit cuts.

      per fact check.

    30. Carly on October 26th, 2008 5:57 pm

      Asking the tough questions is quite different from asking stupid questions. Asking Joe Biden a question framed in an accusation is hardly compelling. It’s a slant. The questions were not asked to get to the truth for the voters – only to spark controversy (and ratings), and perhaps enrage Biden. Pretty lame. Biden and Obama have nothing in common with Casey Anthony and that mess of an attorney she has.
      SM: ROTFLMAO … Who said anything that Obama/Biden had anything in common with Casey Anthony? Do you have a guilty conscience? Is there something you need to tell us about Obama and Biden?

      Just like a typical liberal with reading comprehension difficulties. Is this what we have voting for Obama, people who have ZERO reading skills and even less reading comprehension?

      MOONBAT … what they have in common is two entities. One, a defense attorney spinning for his guilty client and not willing to answer the medias tough questions. Two, the Obama campaign who also refuses to answer any tough questions. The remarkable thing is that it was the same news outlet that was blackballed.

      There’s freedom of speech you can believe in.

      Liberals … learn to read. What filters you must have when you actually do decide to read something that is not laced with moonbat Kool-Aide.

      Simply amazing.

    31. MBS on October 26th, 2008 6:02 pm

      The ignorance of Obama’s supporters is breathtaking. Currently, our country is either in a recession, or heading for one, depending on who you talk to. Right now, unemployment is at 6%. If Obama is elected and is able to follow through with his plan to raise taxes on 2/3 of all small business income, coupled with his other great plan to raise tariffs and institute protectionist policies to further restrict free trade, that unemployment figure will start to rise. As small businesses begin to feel the increased tax burden, they will either reduce their workforce, or not hire new people. (Although he likes to claim 98% of small businesses won’t be affected, that figure is bogus, he is counting every single person who reports even $1 of self-employment income as a small business, his tax increases will effect 2/3 of income from small businesses).

      In addition, people who want to buy small businesses may be prevented by the additional tax burden, further depressing job creation. As unemployment rises, consumer spending will decrease, leading to additional unemployment. As we move into a depression, I’m sure all the democrats will try to blame Bush, instead of their golden savior, but economists and other people with half a brain will understand what’s happening. The last president to raise taxes and tariffs in a recession was Hoover, and we all know how that turned out.

      I’m not even going to go into Obama’s plan to eliminate our missile defense system and decimate our military. He’s also made some statements implying unilateral elimination of our nuclear arsenal, but surely even he can’t be that stupid. His economic plan is damaging enough, I can’t stand to think about the damage he will do to our country’s ability to defend itself.

      If you need additional reasons not to vote for Obama, just spend some time researching his plans, instead of just listening to his speeches. He is not very honest, and his dishonesty is well-documented, which is another reason I don’t plan to vote for him. Just read his own words, he’s written books, and lots of information is on his website. It’s all out there for anyone who wants to know.

    32. Fox Fire on October 26th, 2008 6:06 pm


      I wouldn’t be so quick to call that bogus!

      Afterall, according to Joe, the Plumber,

      Social Security and Medicare IS Socialism.



      All those nursing homes… empty!


      You have a very sick candidate…

      Maybe he needs to retire!


      Can’t do that…

      That’s SOCIALISM, at it’s finest!


      Thank you, Waterboy…

      You’re the greatest!


    33. Fox Fire on October 26th, 2008 6:12 pm

      Thanks to you, also, Dennis in Tennessee!

      I was speaking metaphorically,

      just as Red was…

      about politics and baseball.

      Didn’t know about McCain’s injury.


      I think McCain is doing

      a terrible job

      RUNNING his campaign.


    34. Maggie on October 26th, 2008 6:14 pm

      Hellooooooooooooooooooooo I am not calling that is…it’s a FALSE AD trying to scare seniors..just what others on the other side are talking about scaring people into voting for them..The door swings both ways.

    35. Maggie on October 26th, 2008 6:16 pm

      MBS on October 26th, 2008 6:02 pm
      The ignorance of Obama’s supporters is breathtaking. Currently, our country is either in a recession, or heading for one, depending on who you talk to.

      Not only that..he voted for the bailout and it hasn’t done much of nothing..stock market is still falling..economy is still bad and yet he is good on the economy…

    36. Maggie on October 26th, 2008 6:20 pm

      btw I think this is one of the most sexist comments I have ever read..

      Gov. Palin has shown the country why she has been so successful in her young political career. Passionate, charismatic and indefatigable, she draws huge crowds and sows excitement in her wake. She has made it clear she’s a force to be reckoned with, and you can be sure politicians and political professionals across the country have taken note. Her future, in Alaska and on the national stage, seems certain to be played out in the limelight.

      Yet despite her formidable gifts, few who have worked closely with the governor would argue she is truly ready to assume command of the most important, powerful nation on earth. To step in and juggle the demands of an economic meltdown, two deadly wars and a deteriorating climate crisis would stretch the governor beyond her range.

    37. Fox Fire on October 26th, 2008 6:38 pm
    38. mbs on October 26th, 2008 6:41 pm

      Obama’s ad on McCain’s plan for social security is an outright lie, go to even they admit it’s a lie, and they let a lot of Obama’s untruths pass.

    39. Maggie on October 26th, 2008 7:07 pm

      This is what’s on the site..

      BigMike, clearly the ADN does not support this Op-Ed since someone else wrote it. Because clearly its editors have no control over what goes in their own newspaper!

      Its not the ADN Editor’s newspaper…its McClatchy’s. The ADN Editors had nothing to do with this editorial. They also had very little to do with which AP political stories get printed.

      Sen. Barack Obama, the Democratic nominee, brings far more promise to the office. In a time of grave economic crisis, he displays thoughtful analysis..

      Hellooo the bailout isn’t helping so far, so how can he say that?

      Sen. Obama warned regulators and the nation 19 months ago that the subprime lending crisis was a disaster in the making. Sen. McCain backed tighter rules for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but didn’t do much to advance that legislation.

      The bill was voted down on a party line in committee , no dems. voted for it. Like I said show me their the last 2 years.

      The unqualified endorsement of Sen. Obama by a seasoned, respected soldier and diplomat like Gen. Colin Powell, a Republican icon, should reassure all Americans that the Democratic candidate will pass muster as commander in chief.

      They fail to mention that 5 former secretaries of state back McCain and over 200 generals.
      They also fail to recognize Powell was the one who went before..the UN to make the case for the war we are in saying Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.. One could go through the whole story.

      As for troopergate as Caesu says.. Sarah Palin is the one who asked for independent investigation of troopergate..that is going on now. Impeach her for what?

    40. on October 26th, 2008 7:08 pm

      #26 would be happy to answer your questions, but they are sort of like “when did you stop beating your wife?”

      I like to hear why people on this site hate Obama so much. I comes down to these things.
      1. He’s not American born, but we can’t prove it.
      2. He seems like a liar, but we have no evidence.
      3. He’s Muslim, but we of course can’t prove it.

      I do not hate Obama. It is for which he stand that I hate – socialism, Marxism and reverse racism.

      1. I do question whether he meets the requirements to become president and don’t understand why he won’t prove it with a legal copy of his birth certificate.

      2. I have plenty of proof that Obama is a liar. He said he didn’t hear Wright’s sermons yet contends he attended church almost every Sunday.

      He said he hardly knew Ayers, yet over and over it’s been shown that he and Ayers’ paths were constantly crossing.

      He told John McCain he would take government campaign financing but then opted out and is now allowing fraudulent contributions on his web site.

      He said during the debate with Democrat candidates that he would meet with out condition with the leaders of Iran and now he denies he said it. I heard him say it with my own lying ears!

      He said the $800,000 that he paid ACORN was for staging and lighting. It was for “get out the vote” for himself.

      Obama lied over and over about the abortion bill in Illinois that he voted against.

      Is that enough lies yet?

      3. I’ve not heard anyone credible contend that Obama is a Muslim. I have heard that he has sympathies toward Muslims – again, I can’t say there’s anything “wrong” with that – depending on the type of Muslim he supports.

      What I do have a problem with is Obama’s own admitted radical ties. His ties with Ayers, ACORN, Wright and now out today – his ties with former Palestinian operative Rashid Khalidi.

    41. Maggie on October 26th, 2008 7:18 pm

      BigMike wrote on 10/26/2008 05:03:59 PM:
      Last 5 ADN endorsements


      Anyone see a pattern

    42. Fox Fire on October 26th, 2008 7:27 pm

      Yeah, right!

      We’ll see…


    43. Maggie on October 26th, 2008 7:28 pm

      No sexism in this race.. Can you remember any man recently gone after over his kids..and comments because they show up with their kids in public, their hair, their clothes, their glasses, porn movies, showing the female in swimsuits or nude, stories their kids are really their daughters, incest, that was running for vp or prez? If so name them. This is the party for women? They went after Hillary the same way. It was Hillary that said Fox news treated her the fairest. If so who?

    44. yoyo muffintop on October 26th, 2008 7:44 pm

      You can’t go to (Annenberg/CAC) – if you did you would be in essence paling around with an unrepentant terrorist…….or have we finally moved on from that silliness.

    45. mbs on October 26th, 2008 7:53 pm

      Here is some info. on Obama’s so-called “tax cuts,” which are really nothing more than a thinly disguised welfaree plan, that you won’t get from his speeches.

      “For the Obama Democrats, a tax cut is no longer letting you keep more of what you earn. In their lexicon, a tax cut includes tens of billions of dollars in government handouts that are disguised by the phrase “tax credit.”…

      The total annual expenditures on refundable “tax credits” would rise over the next 10 years by $647 billion to $1.054 trillion, according to the Tax Policy Center. This means that the tax-credit welfare state would soon cost four times actual cash welfare. By redefining such income payments as “tax credits,” the Obama campaign also redefines them away as a tax share of GDP. Presto, the federal tax burden looks much smaller than it really is…

      There’s another catch: Because Mr. Obama’s tax credits are phased out as incomes rise, they impose a huge “marginal” tax rate increase on low-income workers. The marginal tax rate refers to the rate on the next dollar of income earned. As the nearby chart illustrates, the marginal rate for millions of low- and middle-income workers would spike as they earn more income.

      Some families with an income of $40,000 could lose up to 40 cents in vanishing credits for every additional dollar earned from working overtime or taking a new job. As public policy, this is contradictory. The tax credits are sold in the name of “making work pay,” but in practice they can be a disincentive to working harder, especially if you’re a lower-income couple getting raises of $1,000 or $2,000 a year…”

    46. Richard on October 26th, 2008 8:12 pm

      I don’t hate Barack Obama. I simply think that his policies are mistaken.

      Nor do I think the world of John McCain … and to go on the record, his use of the dismissive phrase “that one” in (I think) the second debate was highly offensive, or at least I think it was.

      But niceties aside, I see more chance that a McCain administration will sincerely tackle the problem of excess government spending, excess government power, and excess government hubris than will an Obama administration.

      And that, I think, is the most important issue facing us at this time. Putting Obama in power along with a sycophantic Democratic Congress is a sure step down the path to disaster on which we are already stumbling.

      People enjoy calling McCain and Palin idiots.

      Who did they used to say that about? Oh, yes, a guy named Ronald Reagan … just as we were driven into gushes of hysteria about the “new politician” that one Jimmy Carter represented.

      Want to contrast the records of Reagan and Carter?

      Enough said.

    47. Richard on October 26th, 2008 8:16 pm

      Let’s all remember, too, that the ‘official’ federal deficit is by no means the complete picture.

      Are we forgetting Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae? They had authority to issue their own debt … and it was never known whether it would be guaranteed by the federal government.

      Now we know. And look how much heavier our deficit has gotten.

      It can happen again. Some say that the next seismic shock is lying in wait in the federal housing programs.

      I’ve seen an estimate that, if all the POTENTIAL federal debt from such agencies were included in the total picture, our “deficit” would be two or three times bigger than what people think it is.

      Will this happen? Don’t ask me … but I think that a McCain administration is more likely to tackle this problem head on.

    48. Maggie on October 26th, 2008 8:26 pm

      THE ADN..

      Palin wants investigation yanked from Legislature


      Published: September 2nd, 2008 09:54 PM
      Last Modified: September 2nd, 2008 02:17 PM

      Gov. Sarah Palin wants a state board to review the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of Public Safety Commissioner Walt Monegan — taking the unusual step of making an ethics complaint against herself.

      Her lawyer sent an “ethics disclosure” Monday night to Attorney General Talis Colberg. The governor asked that it go to the three-person Personnel Board as a complaint.

      While ethics complaints are usually confidential, Palin wants the matter open.

      The lawyer, Thomas Van Flein, also asked the state Legislature to drop its own investigation into the Monegan matter.

      A senator running the investigation immediately refused.

      The 13-page document gives Palin’s view of a controversy that’s dogged her for weeks in Alaska. Questions about whether she or others in her family or administration pressured Monegan to fire her ex-brother-in-law, state trooper Mike Wooten, are now getting intense national attention with her newfound prominence on the national stage. Republican Sen. John McCain announced Friday that she’s his pick to be vice president.

      Under state law, the board must hire an independent counsel for complaints against the governor to determine whether evidence of a violation of the state ethics act exists.

      “Governor Palin believes it will find no conceivable violation of the Ethics Act,” her complaint says. She wants the investigation “to put these matters to rest.”

    49. yoyo muffintop on October 26th, 2008 8:31 pm

      John McCain was subjected to five-and-a-half years of 24/7 indoctrination and re-education at the hands of his communist Vietnamese captures.

      Do you really think that didn’t have an effect?

      How do we know McCain isn’t a one-man communist sleeper cell?

      See how easy this is?

      #40 must be voting for Bob Barr…or doesn’t have a clue what “socialism/marxism” means. But it is telling that #40 qualifies the type of racism they hate.

    50. yoyo muffintop on October 26th, 2008 9:00 pm

      The conservative version of Godwin’s Law:

      “As a Usenet discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving socialism or marxism approaches one.”

    51. Maggie on October 26th, 2008 9:01 pm

      I don’t hate Barack Obama. I simply think that his policies are mistaken.

      Nor do I think the world of John McCain … and to go on the record, his use of the dismissive phrase “that one” in (I think) the second debate was highly offensive, or at least I think it was.

      Same here.. I am an Independent voter..and I was hoping Jesse Ventura would run. I would vote for him..He wants to clean up both parties. The policies of his I heard I liked..

    52. Maggie on October 26th, 2008 9:06 pm

      oops…as for the “that one” that didn’t offend me… he was just playing off of Oprah calling.. him “the one” I think. However I do support McCain..and am sickened how women are treated in politics.

    53. on October 26th, 2008 10:23 pm


      John McCain was subjected to five-and-a-half years of 24/7 indoctrination and re-education at the hands of his communist Vietnamese captures.

      That’s totally despicable! John McCain was serving his country!

      You can’t go to (Annenberg/CAC) – if you did you would be in essence paling around with an unrepentant terrorist…….or have we finally moved on from that silliness.

      That’s just a bit different than serving on a board with a terrorist for 7 years, starting your campaign in his living room and writing a forward for his book, now really!

    54. on October 26th, 2008 10:26 pm

      Maggie: I thought “that one” was a slip by McCain and nothing bad meant by it.

      I don’t blame you one bit for being sickened by the nasty, horrible comments made in the media and by citizens about women candidates. I detest Hillary Clinton and yet actually felt sorry for her by the end of her campaign. Hillary has done some nasty things to some people and therefore it’s a bit more understandable (but still unfair) some of the things said about her. The treatment of Sarah Palin is beyond the pale. It’s hard for me to believe there are those type of angry hateful people in this world.

    55. Scarrlett on October 27th, 2008 4:11 am

      And the toughest question of all for obama???
      “What is your job experience that makes you ready to lead my country now??

      The obama supporters like to spout off about Sarah’s job experience. It is massive compared to that man running for President.

      I have always believed you should earn things.Then you have a better appreciation and caring for those things.

      Here is one more tuffy for that one….How much does one of your suits cost? I have seen many,many,suits. And those shoes?? I bet those brief cases cost a pretty penny as well.And your little family? I bet your wife shops at all the up town shops and your little ones are dressed to the 9′s. I would like to see your receipts please.
      SM: However, the MSM thinks the most important question is to ask about Sarah Palin’s clothes. Clothes which will be eventually auctioned off and tons of $’s made. Hopefully it will be given to a charity.

      We do see though what the MSM’s agenda is.

    56. Scarrlett on October 27th, 2008 4:41 am

      I was not even going to respond to YaYo but what the HEY.

      John earned his right to run for President. He stayed with his men. He could of gone home,did you know that? They would of released him and sent him home.BTW his home is America.Plain and direct. No other home before him.

      To mock this man’s service to us is un-American but,John would be the first one to tell you;You have the right to say what you will, as that is what he almost lost his life for. He has no double standard there!!

      You don’t have to like everyone and if obama served and fought for my country I would show respect and admiration and give thanks.

      John suffered for us all.5+ years is a long time to not be home in the comforts of our country and it did have an affect on him. He knows you can’t talk to these Ya Hoo’s as they HATE,that’s right,HATE Americans then and still today. He will always put our Country First and foremost and he proved it.

      YOU BETCHA.So if you want to make fun of a war hero,you can but be warned. I don’t think any of us could hold out under the tortures of our enemies. A show of might not words is what those people understand.

    57. ANewGirl on October 27th, 2008 6:51 am

      OMG—when are those for Obama on here going to stop insisting we “hate” Obama? Please, grow up we are not in 3rd grade. Hate is a pretty strong word for a group of folks merely trying to point out what we do not like about a Man, his policies, his ideas, his past associations, his lies, his vision of the future for our own country.

      Please read Katablogs post #40—-it’s all in there in plain english.

      Too late in the game to convince those of you that are beyond any reasoning—you cannot read or comprehend the English language (as someone pointed out on another thread) plain and simple. Why? Because if you had:

      A. Read any of Obama’s own words in his own 2 books

      B. Just done enough credible reading and research from the literally HUNDREDS of links that have been posted here or all LEGITIMATE information available on the internet—you may be able to see that many of the arguements we have been presenting here are FACTUAL and VALID.


      ***McCain/Palin ’08***


    58. Richard on October 27th, 2008 7:32 am

      Has anyone asked about contributions of the Democratic National Committee to candidates?

      Methinks something here smells of sexism … were these charges directed against Hillary Clinton, the women’s groups would be up in arms decrying these prejudicial comments about a woman candidate.

      But Sarah Palin is a Republican … NEVER MIND.

    59. Rusty Bridges on October 27th, 2008 11:56 am

      “That one” was a reference to one of the two candidates in the debate as in not this one, that one. “I didn’t vote for it, guess who did, that one.” Can we get over it and quit trying to make it out to be more than it is.

    60. Dana Carson on October 27th, 2008 2:18 pm

      This is the most absurd thing I’ve ever heard… Obama and his campaign not liking tough questions? Surely you jest.

      Obama/Biden are SO much more the leaders we need in this country than Grandpa/Screech.

    61. Sharon Chicago on October 27th, 2008 3:09 pm

      #60 Dana … O’Bama is a empty suit … Silver tongue (purple lips) attorney…bla bla bla bla..
      He should do info commercials and stay out of politics.

      McCann has the knowledge and experience and he loves this country unlike O’Bama ….

      I say keep all the islamic loving hate Americans out of this country. Deport them back. Love it or leave it and that includes O’Bomba.

    62. Maggie on October 27th, 2008 4:24 pm on October 26th, 2008 10:26 pm
      Maggie: I thought “that one” was a slip by McCain and nothing bad meant by it.

      You may well be right.. I wasn’t offended by it, Obama said he wasn’t.

      I don’t blame you one bit for being sickened by the nasty, horrible comments made in the media and by citizens about women candidates. I detest Hillary Clinton and yet actually felt sorry for her by the end of her campaign. Hillary has done some nasty things to some people and therefore it’s a bit more understandable (but still unfair) some of the things said about her. The treatment of Sarah Palin is beyond the pale. It’s hard for me to believe there are those type of angry hateful people in this world.

      Like I said..I voted for Clinton the first time. Lost respect for Hillary..Women’s rights to me is to not put up with being mistreated by a man or other women..but that’s her choice..and I totally don’t agree with it.

      Biden I don’t respect..or Hillary. He went out over and over praising John McCain, when he was running for Pres and he got little of the votes for nomination, and said he would be honored to serve with him…and the country would be well off..He said Obama was inexperienced and the job as president isn’t for on the job training. Now he’s got the VP’s totally the opposite. Say anything to get elected? Hillary praised John McCain as her good friend and Obama is inexperienced with bad policies..and used Ayres and others against him..and now he’s great and McCain isn’t? Say anything to get elected.? Washington DC is full of those kind..That’s what’s wrong with the USA…now. That being said, it made me sick how she was treated as a woman running for PREZ..She had the popular vote. She received much of the same treatment Sarah gets and she too has much more experience than Obama. Look how they’ve went after Cindy McCain and she’s not even running for office.

    63. Maggie on October 27th, 2008 4:30 pm

      btw… I’m guessing maybe Hillary has been promised a supreme court nomination or something like that and maybe Bill will get a pardon.. ? Just guessing.

    64. A New Girl on October 27th, 2008 6:35 pm

      #60- Dana Carson—-surely YOU jest.

      Grandpa and the Screech? Where do you come up with this sh**???

      I’d rather an older person WITH LOADS OF EXPERIENCE at the helm than A MAN WITH LESS THAN 2 YEARS AS A US SENATOR as our Commander in Chief.

      How dumb can you be? You and all those other people who keep using McCain’s age as an argument are really ignorant.

      If your boy OBOMB-A gets in—-this entire country is going to stand by and witness first hand just what GROSS INEXPERIENCE does to a nation in the middle of a financial crisis, etc.

      You wait and see. But I repeat, and I am sorry but you are a dumbas*. Spit out the moonbat Kool Aide and wise up.


    65. Il Duche on October 27th, 2008 8:13 pm

      I must compliment WFTV on the employment of Barbara West. She has authenticated WFTV’s fascist bona fides. Please continue to broadcast Ms. West as she makes your station a beacon for all of us who fight to stifle free thought, racial tolerance, and Christian values.

    66. scott on October 28th, 2008 9:40 am

      yoyo – you are a coward and a pure punk for making fun of John McCain and his war injuries, etc….John McCain would STILL whip your ass at the ripe age of 72! You are a communist scum bag loser! If it weren’t for people like McCain, your sorry ass wouldn’t have a forum to spout treasoness mularkey!

      John McCain has done more in his life and for this country than you and your lonely loser life would ever dare to imagine or dream. You are the scum on the bottom of McCain’s shoes! You don’t have a quarter of the heart, soul and heroism this man has, in fact, your the little no sports playing geek that nobody picked during kick-ball or were you the one that had signs pinned on his back, like “COMMIE” “FACIST” “TREE HUGGING QUEER” Which one?

    67. ANewGirl on October 28th, 2008 11:28 am

      #66- Scott- You tell them! Even though it appears as if John McCain will not take this election—-I passionately agree with your post!

      THIS MAN, is a REAL man. He is the definition of courage, tenacity, love for your country. Is he perfect? No. But I will never, ever have anything but the utmost of respect for him, his sacrificies, his accomplishments and what he stands for. Under his sometimes gruff exterior- there is a heart. John McCain is the type of man that EVERY American should and could proudly admire. No one can possibly imagine what he endured- yet he still has dedicated his life to continuing to serve his country. Bravo!

      Nothing can ever be taken away from him, and he fought a good fight till the end.

      Thank you Senator John McCain for all you have done, and all you have yet to offer us and inspire us.

      ***McCain/Palin ’08***

    68. Michelle on October 29th, 2008 12:54 pm

      #67-A New Girl

      You said it Girl! John McCain is the man….He is the man I want in charge of the Greatest Country in the world because I know he puts Country First and he will defend us with his life and not leave us vulnerable and defenseless. Of course he’s not perfect. Who is? Sure he has made some mistakes in his life. Who hasn’t? Sure we will not always agree with him 100% but that can be said about any president regardless of what party he represents. This man understands what it means to be American. He knows what our founding fathers had in mind when they created the Constitution and he is dedicated to preserving it not destroying it.

      AMEN sister AMEN!

      Country First/Experience First
      McCain/Palin 08

      Barack is a crock

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