Keeping our promise to call out all attempts at racial intimidation made from the left, we bring you Rep.John Murtha of PA. A week or so after telling the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: “There is no question that western Pennsylvania is a racist area” and that some voters were reluctant to vote for Barack Obama because of his race and after a feeble attempt at an apology, he went and did it all over again,telling WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh, that “this whole area, years ago, was really redneck”, inferring that a “redneck” won’t vote for Obama because of his race.
Murtha, this is Democratic race baiting at it’s best, or it’s worst. How anyone in their right mind could cast a vote for you, or Obama after twice being called racists, is completely beyond me. This is the same race baiting you and your party are using against the elderly all over the country, the same race baiting that unions are using against their own rank and file members in the great state of Pennsylvania. No prominent Republican has ever mentioned race in this race. Race is ALWAYS brought up by a Democrat
LISTEN UP. WE ARE NOT RACISTS BECAUSE WE DON’T WANT A SOCIALIST, WHO HAS TERRORISTS FOR FRIENDS , A RACIST FOR A PASTOR, A SLUM LORD FOR A BUSINESS PARTNER AND WHO HAS NO GOOD IDEAS FOR THIS COUNTRY.You sir, are the racist.
BTW, the race baiting does not work anymore. Any American with a working brain can see right through it.
John McCain’s “friend”, Colin Powell, gave his buddy one last parting gift, maybe without even realizing it, when he announced his support of Barack Obama on Sunday. How, you might ask? Simple. Just do a search on your search engine of choice for Warmonger Colin Powell. I performed this task and came up with over 45,000 instances. Go ahead and read some of the articles there and you’ll find that, in spite of the usual liberal media spin, celebrating this as some sort of validation and victory for Obama, this endorsement is not a good thing for the Obama team. Article after article reeks of the usual left wing hatred toward conservatives. Most liberals despise Powell for his involvement in the war in Iraq and for his being part of the hated George Bush administration. It would be unrealistic to expect the Powell haters to suddenly forgive and forget all they claim Powell did just because he has tied his wagon to Obama. Some will gleefully, publicly embrace him just to stick it to McCain, but deep inside they will still hate him. Others won’t forgive the man they loved to call “Uncle Tom” and may take it out on Obama for bringing the great warmonger into his party. They don’t want him on their team.
Meanwhile, McCain is happy to see him go. It’s another thing to separate him from the Bush administration.
When the rumors about it started swirling last week, this appeared to be a negative for McCain/Palin, but after having time to digest it, the endorsement by Powell will do more harm than good to Obama/Biden and that is why they are spinning this so hard.
Your (ex) pal,