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Obama Hatred At McCain-Palin Rallies: "Terrorist!" "Kill Him!"

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posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 04:43 PM
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posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 04:49 PM
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Attention!



On topic, means precisely that. Stay on topic.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 04:49 PM
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ENOUGH

This bickering will end now.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 05:03 PM
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If Obama wins it will be a very sad day for our country. There will be a second civil war, I have no doubt about that. Obama and McCain are not up to the task at hand, they are each failures and it is going to cost us what could have been heaven on earth. I feel it coming, and it is at a point now where nobody can stop it. If I am wrong, great! I will drop to my knees and thank God. If war is in the future, I will fight for my state. Not my country. I love Texas and hate the Union. Time will tell, maybe we all need the pain and misery to understand how much we love and need each other. No matter what party or color....That is the bigger picture. Beyond the name calling, and idiots yelling out threats..It is about the future of our country. I know many people that will vote for Obama because they want change, I know even more ready to go to war to stop that. Very sad...Where are we going? What have we all become?



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 05:43 PM
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As Joe Biden said in the VP debate..."History is Prologue".

Obama's political career was launched in Ayer's living room. Obama got a sweet real estate deal because he hung around with Tony Rezko. Obama dished out millions of dollars funneled to him by Ayers via the Chicago Annenberg Challenge. "Educational grants". Except that they weren't for vouchers, or better teacher pay, or better classrooms. They were made to promote radical extremism.

This has been known for weeks but has been silenced by the MSM. Only a few voices have been screaming for it to be exposed, and they are just now being heard. But finally the truth is emerging. Sadly, it is probably too late and a terrorist sympathizer socialist, who has already severely damaged the global economy due to his involvement in the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac meltdown, will be elected president.

History is Prologue. People are known by their associations. Obama.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 06:03 PM
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Still.....no explanation of how Obama is a "terrorist".

Or why someone would think it's OK to "kill him"?

You can try and try as hard as you might, but I don't think his political associations warrant anyone attempting to take the life of a sitting US senator. Are you justifying what the guy yelled??? Or his reason for yelling it?



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 06:13 PM
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Originally posted by jsobecky

terrorist sympathizer socialist


Interesting how people that are voting for him are hippie libs when he is a terrorist socialist
Oh the name-calling


[edit on 7-10-2008 by Lucid Lunacy]



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 06:20 PM
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What if he was Muslim? That makes him a terrorist? Being Muslim doesn't make you a terrorist. Someone honestly just called Obama a socialist? Hillary and now Obama? HAHAHA.

Wow.

The United States isn't a theocracy nor is it the nation of God and Jesus Christ, the Muslim argument is pointless.

If McCain/Palin win, the US is going to hell in a hand basket for sure.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 06:20 PM
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Originally posted by Open_Minded Skeptic
Side effect of what we are discussing here

Another related thread showing the consequences of the McCain/Palin effort at demonization and fear/hate mongering.


That incident seems like it could have been strictly a racial incident, given the victim's surname. There was nothing to indicate it was due to the shirt he was wearing, so trying to pin an incident in Great Britain on McCain/Palin seems somewhat disingenuous.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 06:34 PM
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Originally posted by Grafilthy
reply to post by jsobecky
 


Still.....no explanation of how Obama is a "terrorist".

Or why someone would think it's OK to "kill him"?

You can try and try as hard as you might, but I don't think his political associations warrant anyone attempting to take the life of a sitting US senator. Are you justifying what the guy yelled??? Or his reason for yelling it?


Please keep the facts straight. I have always denounced posts that called for the assasination of Bush, Cheney, Rove, Rumsfeld, et al, and I denounce the same about Obama, as much as he disgusts me personally.

Given that, if you want to learn the motives or determine the sincerity of the people who yelled whatever they did, go ask them. I don't speak for them. I only know that we are told to ignore the hateful racist, anti-American rhetoric of Jeremiah "He's Like An Uncle to Me" Wright over his 20 year association with Obama. "But I never heard him say those things".

Yeah, right.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 06:35 PM
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If McCain/Palin win, the US is going to hell in a hand basket for sure.

The US is going to hell in a hand basket regardless of who gets elected.
One just may get us there faster than the other.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 06:42 PM
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Originally posted by inthesticks
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If McCain/Palin win, the US is going to hell in a hand basket for sure.

The US is going to hell in a hand basket regardless of who gets elected.
One just may get us there faster than the other.

That's my point, Obama will intend to help (Downfall is inevitable). McCain will make us fall faster.

We shouldn't depend on old rich men and men to make change.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 06:44 PM
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You are absolutely right. If McCain wins, he will have to spend the next 4 years getting the economy back on track. I doubt he's up to it.

If Obama wins, he will pursue payoff policies that will destroy the nation. I know he's not up to fixing the economy. But he will have the advantage of blaming all his failures and debacles on the last 8 years, and the sad fact it, people will believe him.:shk:



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 06:45 PM
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Topic folks.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 06:51 PM
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aren't the Bush family terrorists then too by the same standards?

with all their ties to the Bin Laden family and oil tycoons.

just a thought, but no one seemed to care then.

Mccain is the epitome of rich, racist old white guy who hasn't got a clue.

all the topics Mccain says he is for are completely turned over if you look at what he voted against in his past. he is a complete hypocrite and now we have Palin who is shockingly someone way stupider than George W Bush. i mean i thought we scraped the bottom of the barrel with Bush, but my got this woman is not capable of operating a toaster oven.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 06:54 PM
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OK, I'll stay right on topic.

In my humble opinion, the event demonstrates that McCain's campaign is designed to appeal to the most base in human behaviour.

The fact that McCain didn't rebutt the "he's a terrorist" thing about Obama speaks volumes. Senator McCain doesn't have princinples, despite what they want us to believe. What a dangerous person.

Now, Intrepid, is this post acceptable? Thanks.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 07:06 PM
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It's clear to most people that those lone individuals were plants, I mean who is seriously that out of touch with reality? "Kill him"? "Terrorist!"? The most hard line Republicans have more dignity and consciousness than to make such inflammatory and ignorant statements.

The part that's a bit disturbing is how neither McCain nor Palin said anything to denounce him or remind the crowd that's not appropriate conduct, that's what convinced me they were in on the show. Regardless of him being the opposition lets get things strait; he's still a US senator and I would say a very proud American who's shown himself to care a great deal for the country that you all share, under that constitution you seem to be quite fond of at times.

Even if McCain didn't sway him to say "Kill him" or accuse him of being a terrorist, he did foster the conditions in which the people that did say those things, felt comfortable with it. That speaks a lot to the atmosphere McCain and Palin created at that rally, an atmosphere they never discouraged.

If someone were to actually cause Obama harm now before the end of the campaign, the media and likely general population, would certainly hang the republicans out to dry. Hope McCain knows what he's doing.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 07:07 PM
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Originally posted by jsobecky
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You are absolutely right. If McCain wins, he will have to spend the next 4 years getting the economy back on track. I doubt he's up to it.

If Obama wins, he will pursue payoff policies that will destroy the nation. I know he's not up to fixing the economy. But he will have the advantage of blaming all his failures and debacles on the last 8 years, and the sad fact it, people will believe him.:shk:


That is not how American Politics works. As soon as Bush took office all the problems that were there were his. As soon as Obama takes office IF he wins they are his problems and his fault. If the economy goes into the abyss you can bet Obama gets the blame. In all reality its the Democrats that caused the sub prime mess anyway so he should own it.

Personally I can't believe Obama is on the ticket. I think this is a setup and he is going to take the fall for America's decline and we will see the first and last black President in the history of this country.

There will be nothing he can do after he is elected. Those in power will make America suffer so much we won't even think of electing a Muslim again...









 
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