Who keeps bringing up the issue of race in the campaign for president? Its not John McCain. Its Barrack Obama and his cronies. This "new kind of politician" is using a very traditional Democrat tactic. If you disagree or criticize them, you're a racist. Here's what Barry had to say in my home state:
"Nobody thinks that Bush and McCain have a real answer to the challenges we face. So what they're going to try to do is make you scared of me. . . You know, he's not patriotic enough, he's got a funny name, you know, he doesn't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills."
So, if I happen to point out your anti American statements in Germany, or your association with Bill Ayers, or call you an imbecile for calling on Americans to inflate their tires instead of drilling for oil, it means that I'm hick, redneck, racist who's afraid of colored folk? You must think that sounds as stupid as I do Barry, considering what your spokesman said:
"What Barack Obama was talking about was that he didn't get here after spending decades in Washington. . . There is nothing more to this than the fact that he was describing that he was new to the political scene. He was referring to the fact that he didn't come into the race with the history of others. It is not about race."
Do you think we're all idiots? You must think very little of your supporters if you think they'll buy this. They will. They're idiots. "You're eloquent if you have a prepared speech! Yay! We'll believe anything you tell us! We'll eat it all up! We'll follow you into Poland, goose stepping the whole way, because you're a fine public speaker with a vague motto about some sort of change that we interpret to mean you're going to fix everything that's wrong with our lives!" The rest of us aren't trying to catch the short bus Barry. We comprehend the words coming out of your mouth no matter how you later try and spin it. How did this guy beat the Clinton machine? He just commits gaffe after gaffe.
The worst part, however, is that after he comes out and prematurely accuses McCain of calling him a "scary negro", he takes an underhanded cheap shot at McCain over his age and state of mind:
"That's a definition of madness, but that's what John McCain is offering. He's offering Bush economic policies and Karl Rove politics,"
Stay classy Barry.