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McCain advisers also say they are wary of unleashing allies to attack Obama, given how some conservatives have overstepped and been criticized for racially tinged remarks.
the McCain camp's attacks on Obama have had a lurching quality
Originally posted by Andrew E. Wiggin
Is it safe to assume then, that making a negative comment about Baracks middle name is "okay"?
You dont see anything "racially wrong" with saying
"Dont vote for barack, his middle name is Hussein" ???
Im not turning this into a political debate, im just asking
Also- i do agree with you - McCain did this to himself.
Someone should teach him the time-tested ideal that
"you cant please everybody- so just please those who deserve it"
Originally posted by RRconservative
reply to post by Andrew E. Wiggin
It's Obama's middle name, if he doesn't like why doesn't he change it? He has taken other steps to hide his "Muslim Problem", like keeping Muslims out of campaign photographs, and eagerly tells white people to move to the front to get into the photos. So why wouldn't he simply change his "offensive" middle name?
Who is it more offensive to anyway? Someone who is willing to use it, or someone wanting to hide it?
McCain was wrong to call out Bill Cunningham, for simply referring to Barack Hussein Obama by his given name. This is where his troubles with his strategists come from now.