McCain campaign 'sleaziest' in modern history, McCain lies!

Again, as CNN won’t state the obvious truth – I’ll do it for them.

We are supporters of democracy need to keep this out there until the media understand that we are sick to death of the sleaze in politics – all politics, today.

John McCain admitted that he approves these messages – the Ad’s, and all the lies – because Barack Obama declined the charge McCain made that Obama meet him in town hall debates all across the country – that is Obama’s prerogative, do you hear that McCain?

It is not up to you to dictate where and how your opponent wishes to campaign, I have blogged about this earlier – a few posts ago.

McCain, because of this, shows himself to be a vile old man who would puncture a child’s ball if it went into his garden – just because the child was playing with a toy. Pathetic!

So now Obama comes out swinging – I hope he keeps it up – keep the message getting out that McCain is old, out of touch and doesn’t know a thing about the presidency or what is needed to be president.

A petulant child should not be president of the USA. And that is the way John McCain is acting.

Hopefully the press will watch “The View” to see him state that this is the reason he is being

Obama, speaking to a crowd Saturday in Manchester, New Hampshire, said, “John McCain wants to have a debate about national security; let’s have that debate. I warned that going into Iraq would distract us from Afghanistan. John McCain cheerleaded for it. John McCain was wrong, and I was right.”

“The McCain-[Sarah] (Why did the editor of this piece add “Sarah”?) Palin ticket, they don’t want to debate the Obama-Biden ticket on issues because they are running on eight more years of what we’ve just seen. And they know it,” the Democratic presidential nominee said. “As a consequence, what they’re going to spend the next seven, eight weeks doing is trying to distract you.

“They’re going to talk about pigs, and they’re going to talk about lipstick; they’re going to talk about Paris Hilton, they’re going to talk about Britney Spears. They will try to distort my record, and they will try to undermine your trust in what the Democrats intend to do.”

John McCain can’t argue the issues or policy – because the only issue he has is that Obama didn’t accept going out into Town Hall’s.

Grumpy old man comes to mind!

Obama aide: McCain campaign ‘sleaziest’ in modern history –

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0 Responses to McCain campaign 'sleaziest' in modern history, McCain lies!

  1. Julie P says:

    I agree!

    “McCain, because of this, shows himself to be a vile old man who would puncture a child’s ball if it went into his garden – just because the child was playing with a toy. Pathetic!”

    Too true! I had him as neighbor growing up!

  2. pp says:

    I cannot understand why there isn’t more demand from the American public for McCain to clarify his platform – the policies that will guide his leadership. And I cannot understand why the press do not pin him down on this. I just read the interview on CNN of Tucker Bounds by Campbell Brown. What was so tough or intrusive about that interview??? If people put themselves out there in the political arena, asking to be given an untold about of power over millions of people, don’t the public have the right to get their questions answered? Isn’t that a fundamental part of a democaracy?
    So McCain’s reaction of refusing to do an interview with Lary King because he felt the Brown interview was ‘over the line’, just sounds like a huge dummy-spit!
    If he can’t handle a few tough questions from the press, how can he expect the public to believe he can handle the tough job of President? Is he the tough war veteran he likes to present or is he really just a marshmallow?
    This dirty campaign he is running, which attacks the opposition rather than addresses his own policies, comes across as one of three possibilities:
    1. He actually doesn’t have any policies (which makes me wonder if he is really dumb!) and so he is trying to distract the public from noticing he actually has none!
    2. He does have policies, but they are just a continuation of the Republican policies of the last eight years, & knowing how unpopular they are, is avoiding any mention of them until he’s safely elected!
    3. He would like to have different policies, but has made deals with the Republican power brokers to get where he is, and they have got him firmly by the b****!
    None of these scenarios give me much faith in him as a leader!

  3. steve says:

    According to this article, if Mccain wins, there will be a “full scale race and class war”

    So much for democracy, eh? Threatening a race war if your candidate doesn’t win?

  4. Will Rhodes says:

    Threatening race war? I see that you jerry picked one part of that whole piece to base your accusation on – I am positive you are a McCain fan, Steve. Let me educate with the context it was spoke:

    If McCain wins, look for a full-fledged race and class war, fueled by a deflated and depressed country, soaring crime, homelessness – and hopelessness!

    Plenty of Americans would rather stay in their dream state than to recognize the poverty sweeping across the country, right here, right now.

    Obama understands that people are suffering. Every week, prices go up at the supermarket, and people are unable to feed their families. It already is dark and stormy for millions, who can’t even afford pencils, book bags and lunch money for their children.

    But when Obama wins the White House, we may just see a revolution that can turn the tide and improve this nation for everyone, not just a select few.

  5. steve says:

    Will, she’s the one said said full fledged race war, not me. What did she mean by that? Her explanation after that would be more of a “class war” in the sense the rich get richer, the poor get poorer, race has nothing to do with that, yet she still said full fledged race war.

  6. james says:

    Despite perceptions that Sen. John McCain has spent more time on the attack, Sen. Barack Obama aired more negative advertising last week than did the Arizona Republican, says a study released yesterday.

    Seventy-seven percent of the Illinois Democrat’s commercials were negative during the week after the Republican National Convention, compared with 56 percent of the spots run by McCain.

    “If we’re going to ask questions about, you know, who has been promulgating negative ads that are completely unrelated to the issues at hand, I think I win that contest pretty handily,” Obama said.

  7. Will Rhodes says:

    Interesting that you post this James – yet say nothing about the blatant lies from McCain.

    Would you like to comment on that?

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