McCain Calls Obama A Decent Man, Obama Supporters Call Palin A Cunt

Yep, I said it. (Sorry if you choked on your morning coffee.) Too many of my fellow media purveyors won’t (or can’t) go there. I hate the “C” word with a passion. Apparently, however, Sarah Palin’s protesters love it. Here are the pictures from the Philadelphia protest the other day against Palin that the mainstream media won’t fully show you, and I’m NOT blacking anything out. I SERIOUSLY doubt if Hillary Clinton had been a nominee that you’d be seeing any crap like this. This shizz has got to stop.

McCain has repeatedly had the guts NOT to take the bait from some of his angry supporters when he could have gotten down in the dirt about Obama. Instead, he called him a decent, family man, with whom he differs. He defended Obama against some of the questioners in his audiences.

Obama, however, has not denounced any of THESE stunts, which are sadly quite common. Aren’t we better than this? All I’ve seen from McCain rallies are people in goofy hats, or dressed in every variation of an American flag, or wearing a shirt picturing a pig wearing lipstick.

Yes, people are angry on both sides of this extremely important decision. But if a McCain supporter is going to be called a racist for his or her vote, that doesn’t help our country. If an Obama supporter is going to be classified as a friend of terrorists, that doesn’t help our country. If we don’t get it together pretty damn fast, we are going to have serious problems AS a country after the election. Our country has enough on it’s freaking plate as it is. We have to live together after this is over. Grow up, people.

6 thoughts on “McCain Calls Obama A Decent Man, Obama Supporters Call Palin A Cunt”

  1. These sick people are so far in the gutter I don’t think there is any hope for them. Look at the state of them all they look half-dead – certainly their souls are in a state of darkness. Evil beyond words!!

  2. I’m not exactly sure how the mainstream media would be able to cover this.

    Either way, it’s definitely disgusting.

    I just wonder if it’s completely fair to say this is an exact equivalent to some of the stuff that has been going on at McCain-Palin rallies. This, after all, was not at an Obama-Biden rally. Or was it?

  3. You could just as easily have written, “Obama calls McCain a War Hero, McCain supporters call Obama a Terrorist.” ‘Some guy with a sign’ = ‘World Class Leader’ in message comparison…BRILLIANT!(not)

  4. Barack Obama’s book, “The Audacity of Hope,” has a catchy title. It has a taste of bravery mixed confidently. You’ll find nothing Pollyanna about this. I will not support every little thing he tells, but he’s our president, as well as for me, he inspires confidence. That may do more for just a country than any amount of backroom deals. Hope gives us energy, and energy sustains us through trying times. Boy, we’ve had them. I’m from West Texas, and I did not vote for Bush. When McCain ran against Obama, I was a citizen of Arizona, but I gave audacious hope a chance. The fight for progress and laying the foundations of prosperity will not be over. I have come across the quips of those who don’t believe Obama is capable of it. But step back a second. Would anyone have most of us fail simply to tarnish the star of an incumbent for whom they did not vote? Attempting to keep our priorities straight, let’s work together with this president and build our future.

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