Thursday, October 9, 2008

Say It To My Face



I love it. Say it to my face. Kick his nasty ass Obama! McCain and Palin are running the sleaziest campaign I have ever witnessed in politics. Fortunately the American people, according to the polls, are smart enough to see through the lies. McCain and Palin are the type of people who thirty years ago would be hiding behind white sheets and burning crosses behind them at their rallies.
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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

They should be wearing Nazis swaztika's. They are so full of hate. It amazes me to see it and how easy some people get behind the hate and support it.

Joey7777 said...

I don't like you getting so political, Irish-American guy. I found this blog refreshing because it avoided all that crap. Now you're just talking like another know-nothing gay in a gay-ghetto. Prefer one side over another, if you wish, but anybody who doesn't think both Dems and Repubs (including Obama and McCain) aren't equally sleazey liars (and homophobes) is dreaming.

American Irish said...

Joey, you're right about one thing and that is that I normally don't talk about politics on here because both sides are crooked. I know both sides are sleazy, but one side is inciting hatred so bad that they have people calling out "Kill Him" at their rallies.

That's what we're repeatedly being shown over here in my "Gay Ghetto" world and I couldn't stay silent anymore. History tells us that inciting hate like that never turns out good and people should stand up to it in any way they can.

budajsguy said...

They're shouting "Kill Him"?! Seriously? I hadn't heard about that.

Anonymous said...

Yes, they did. But McCain is finally trying to stop it.

Joey7777 said...

Only one person ever shouted "Kill him" at one of those rallies. And that could have been a Democrat plant. (The Dems are also in trouble now for all kinds of voter registration fraud in Ohio. The FBI is finally busting them). For the record, I'm probably voting for Obama because I think he's the better choice overall for a slew of reasons right now, but the American gay ghetto crowd is showing even more than its usual grip on non-reality thinking they're going to be rescued by Democrats from heaven, or that the election results either way will result in any great change in their lives.

molepunch said...

I'm not American, but even most people support Obama. Hope he wins it.