Phony outrage.

And that is just what it is.

The issues are what is needed to be talked about – but McCain and his lipstick dog, Palin – want to talk about lies, lies and more lies.

Obama HAS to get back on issues like he did today – the US press and media are not going to take Palin and McCain to task on that – or any other way. Rovinanism is rife in the Republican party, but that has been the case for so long – why, oh why won’t the Democrats stick to the right course, which is the issues and policy – McCain doesn’t have any policy – everyone knows that.

The lipstick dog is the same – and, we must say again, the American press is shy when talking about her – they treat her like a celebrity and won’t ask her simple, straight forward questions.

The press should be all over her for not talking to them. She lies constantly on the stumps, but the media is muffled in their response.

How can anyone begin to take the American press seriously again?

Even the feminists are silent – they are the ones who are going to be hurt the most by this woman – and they say nothing – I just don’t know what is going on with the American public but they are certainly not going after the change that they say they want.

Obama accuses Republicans of ‘swift boat politics’ – CNN.com.


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0 Responses to Phony outrage.

  1. leapsecond says:

    I have two things to say. I’ll let my good friend (who’s a POW by the way!) take care of it:

    Number 1

    As for the second, I’ll let my best friend, who’s pretty well known too, say it for me:

    Number 2

  2. Julie P says:

    Goebbels would be so proud of the McCain campaign.

  3. steve says:

    I agree that this is stupid.

  4. Women’s groups in Alaska are speaking out against her. She fired Walt Monegan, who has championed victims of domestic violence throughout his long career. She cut funding for pregnant teens. She cut funding for disabled children. And she charged rape victims for the cost of their test kits, while charging the State close to $70,000 in per diem travel allowance FOR STAYING AT HOME! Jeez.

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