Is that all you have?ACtually, no.
Ayers said the day after 9/11 that he wished he'd bombed more cops when he'd have the chance. I think that pretty much brings that little issue current.
Obama schmoozed him, and did exactly what you're doing now...minimalized the fact that the pig is a self-admitted terrorist, and continues to blather proudly about it, and has stated openly he wishes he'd "killed more cops". These are Americans. He wishes NOW he had killed more cops. Hardly a non-issue.
Palin calls to make sure her abusive brother-in-law's boss knows what he's been up to, and leaves it in the lap of the boss.
Hmm...let me think......which is worse? Ties with someone who states he wants to kill American cops, or someone who thinks a cop should be held accountable for tasering his wife's kid?
Hey, you're right. The terrorist is a non-issue.
As I said, you guys give away your hatred of children, women, and Americans ever time you open your stupid mouths. You can't hide it, you don't even try.
I'm attacking Obama directly for DEFENDING the comments and terrorism of Ayers, and I'm attacking him OPENLY for seeking him out to help him politically.Is that all you have?
You can't attack Obama directly, so you attack some guy he knew in Chicago?
Oh, and I love the TALKING POINT that every attack on the under investigation Alaska governor is an attack on women and children. That's brilliant! Did Karl Rove write that for you?
why would it?just curious
blah blah blah blah blah blah blah... obama sucks ... blah blah blah blah blah blah... obama sucks... blah blah blah blah...Yes, Obama shows respect towards a known terrorist (and known racists Wright and Pfleger). Palin tried to get a crooked cop off the streets. I believe there's a big difference.
McCain: The Most Reprehensible of the Keating Five - News - Phoenix New Timespage 1 - Phoenix New TimesSince Keating's collapse, you find yourself doing obscene things to save yourself from the Senate Ethics Committee's investigation. As a matter of course, you engage in backbiting behavior that will turn you into an outcast in the Senate if you do survive.
They say that if you put five lobsters into a pot and give them a chance to escape, none will be able to do so before you light the fire. Each time a lobster tries to climb over the top, his fellow lobsters will pull him back down. It is the way of lobsters and threatened United States senators.
And, of course, that's the way it is with the Keating Five. You are all battling to save your own hides. So you, McCain, leak to reporters about who did Keating's bidding in pressuring federal regulators to change the rules for Lincoln Savings and Loan.
When the reporters fail to print your tips quickly enough--as in the case of your tip on Michigan Senator Donald Riegle--you call them back and remind them how important it is to get that information in the newspapers.
The story of "the Keating Five" has become a scandal rivaling Teapot Dome and Watergate. The outcome will be decided, not in a courtroom, but probably on national television.
Those who survive will be the sociopaths who can tell a lie with the most sincere, straight face. You are especially adept at this.
John McCain and the Keating Five, What Every Voter MUST KnowJohn McCain admitted to intentionally filing false income tax returns to defraud the IRS by not claiming thousands of dollars in gifts McCain and his family received from Charles Keating and Keatings company. Years later, when the IRS noticed Keatings company had written off the gifts to McCain as business expenses, McCain fessed up and admitted filing false returns and made a donation to the U.S. Treasury to cover the amount he defrauded American tax payers. (Committing tax fraud is one of the least offensive things John McCain has done over his career, but this article just focuses on his role in the Keating Five, and the Lincoln Savings and Loan scandal of the late 1980s-early 1990s). McCain also leaked information about the Keating Five to the press multiple times in an effort to appear above the other Senators in the scandal. A 1989 Phoenix New Times article summed it up best with their title - McCain: The Most Reprehensible of the Keating Five.
2. John McCains wife, Cindy McCain, along with her father, made a $359,000 investment in retail property owned by Charles Keating in 1986, a year before John McCain first met with federal regulators on behalf of Keating. Keating was later convicted on 73 counts of fraud, conspiracy, and other crimes. Years later, Cindy McCain sold her investment for $15,000,000.