Sunday, October 19, 2008

The Scurrilousness Of The McCain-Palin Campaign

The McCain-Palin campaign has sunk to an all time low in American politics. Just the idea of insinuating that being Muslim is a bad thing, insinuates that the McCain-Palin campaign are prejudice towards Muslims. To make the claim that by giving the working middle class tax cuts, and rolling back the tax cuts George Bush gave to the wealthiest people in America is somehow socialism is ludicrous. To insinuate there are two Americas claiming there are parts of America that is pro-America, and other parts of America are anti-American; is in essence an anti-American statement within itself.

Let's discuss this Muslim thing the McCain-Palin campaign has so scurrilously thrown around. We have two wars going on in Muslim countries, and we're trying to convince the people of those countries to be more like us; a Democracy. Just think for a minute what's going through their mind when they hear the McCain-Palin campaign, who could become the most powerful people in the world insinuate that being a Muslim is a bad thing. We have Muslims in our military fighting and dying to give the McCain-Palin campaign the right to voice their opinion that Muslims are bad people. I think it would be a good idea for the McCain-Palin campaign to visit the Arlington National Cemetery and see for themselves the thousands of headstones of Muslims who died fighting for this country.

The McCain-Palin campaign has suggested there are parts of America that's pro-America and parts of America that's anti-America. I think Gov. Sarah Palin's association with the Alaskan Independent Party (AIP) allowed her heart to get in the way of her judgement with her pro-American statement. Now we have Congresswoman Michele Bachmann of Minnesota branding Barack Obama as anti-American. The Congresswoman went on to say she believe every Democrat in Congress should be investigated to find out if they're pro-Ameican or not. I think Congresswoman Michele Bachmann should be investigated to find out if she's sane or not. Just today Pat Buchanan said the endorsement by Colin Powell of Barack Obama was done because both men are Black. The behavior by the Republican party is true insanity, what the Republicans don't understand, the rest of the world are watching and remember America's past history in regards to people of color.

We go all over the world preaching to other countries how they should be like us, with the behavior of the McCain-Palin campaign, what country in their right mind would want to be like us?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

American Presidents:

Native-American = 0
African-American = 0
Chinese-American = 0
Arab-American = 0
Japanese-American = 0
Latin-American = 0
_____-American = 0
European-American = 43

We still have "Americans" that are not ready for anything other than no. 44!

McCain-Palin is more comforting than that potential 1st loss.