From the daily archives: Saturday, October 4, 2008

This ain’t no John Kerry we’re dealing with here:

McCain officials had said early in the weekend that they plan to begin advertising after Tuesday’s debate that will tie Obama to convicted money launderer Tony Rezko and former Weathermen radical William Ayers.

But Obama isn’t waiting to respond. His campaign is going up Monday on national cable stations with a scathing ad saying: “Three quarters of a million jobs lost this year. Our financial system in turmoil. And John McCain? Erratic in a crisis. Out of touch on the economy. No wonder his campaign wants to change the subject.

“Turn […]

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Can You Afford the McCain Tax?

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I’ve been saying for a while to friends that this tax thing totally benefits Obama with the most voters. The McCain camp is just yelling the same talking points without the policy backing it up. The reality of the situation is that McCain’s cuts benefit the wealthy few while Obama’s TAX CUTS benefit the majority of the middle class. I’d not shy away from the standard GOP line one bit. Go at it hard and don’t stop until you reach Go.

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Did I say “here come the bastards”? Maybe I should have also said here come the bitches. Palin begins the ugly by making the following comment:

“Our opponent though, is someone who sees America, it seems, as being so imperfect that he’s palling around with terrorists who would target their own country.”

She cites a NYT article which concludes:

“the two men do not appear to have been close. Nor has Mr. Obama ever expressed sympathy for the radical views and actions of Mr. Ayers, whom he has called ‘somebody who engaged in detestable acts 40 years ago, when […]

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Batton down the hatches and get prepared for the final assault. Shit is going to get ugly. John McCain has already decided to go almost 100% negative (something John says the American people don’t want).

Now we learn that they will not only go totally negative. They will go MORE negative than they have been. They’re gonna go nookular:

Sen. John McCain and his Republican allies are readying a newly aggressive assault on Sen. Barack Obama’s character, believing that to win in November they must shift the conversation back to questions about the Democrat’s judgment, honesty and personal […]

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