By S-Dot for The S-Dot Files
While I’ve been very critical of the McCain/Palin ticket, I would never stoop so low as to pain him as an un-American because I disagree with his political platform. Since Palin was added to the ticket it has taking a downturn for the worst. She is a hate-monger and a hypocrite. There are countless clips available of her consorting with domestic terrorists like the Alaska Independence Party (AIP), of which her husband Todd was a member until 2002. Imagine that… Yes, this movement against our democracy was founded by anti-patriots trying to seize power locally and inciting others to overthrow our democracy. She even went so far as to be featured at an event for them that past March. Yes, just 7 months ago…she was consorting with avowed domestic terrorist.
Watch her domestic terrorism endorsement video for yourself…
( ( ( sDOTtv ) ) ) now playing SARAH PALIN “Supporting Domestic Terrorism”
Joe Volger “I'm an Alaskan, not an American. I've got no use for America and her damned institutions.”
Governor Palin has been deemed unethical by a bipartisan investigation, yet she refuses to acknowledge the results preferring to cite a report that the GOP independently conducted. Senator McCain is behaving erratically with his flip-flopping on issues that are pertinent to our economic future, and every other day he’s a day late and a dollar short. Neither of the two running mates can even agree on the record over Pakistan or North Korea. Palin has made comments that contradict the would-be Commander-in-Chief on several occasions only to backpedal later. Apparently mavericks develop their opinions in seclusion from their own teammates. This is the result of McCain vetting Palin with less seriousness most people use to select their myspace friends.
Palin placed her “faith” in Condelezza Rice’s “wise decision” over remaining on-message with the GOP ticket. This was quite a surprise to her would-be boss John McCain who denounced the same decision just a few hours before. Hmm…
The national ticket is economically blindsided to the actual interests of Main Street with all the fearful rhetoric that they’re using to cloud the issues with muddy poli-tricks.
I would like you to view these two clips of Americans in their lowest hour of bigotry. These are people that you may recognize from your workplace, church and in your local community. After all the strides that we have made as a nation to see my fellow Americans resorting to such divisive commentary is a stain on our democracy.
( ( ( sDOTtv ) ) ) now playing MCCAIN/PALIN “The Hate that Hate Produces”
( ( ( sDOTtv ) ) ) now playing MCCAIN/PALIN “The Divide States of Amerikka”
The Secret Service must remain vigilant against these separatists that are trying to drive a further wedge between us as Americans. John “Smeagol” McCain like his movie counterpart Gollum wants his “precious” at all costs. His inner battle between Smeagol and Gollum is sad to watch in his quest for the presidential “ring.”
Shouldn’t our Oval Office leaders at least know their troop commanders?
Let’s take a gander at two standout comments between the VP candidates during their Thursday, October 2, 2008 debate.
“Our commanding General in Afghanistan said today, that a surge, the surge principles used in Iraq will not…let me say this again now, our commanding General in Afghanistan said the surge principles in Iraq will not work in Afghanistan.” – Joe Biden
Now in response, his opponent said:
“Well, first McClellan did not say definitively that the surge principles would not work in Afghanistan. Certainly accounting for different conditions in that different country; and conditions are certainly different, we have NATO allies helping us for one. And even the geographic differences are huge. But the counter-insurgency principles also could work in Afghanistan. McClellan didn’t say anything opposite of that.” – Sarah Palin
HISTORY LESSON: The only General McClellan that I’m familiar with name “McClellan” was on active duty during the Civil War. General George Brinton McClellan (December 3, 1826 – October 29, 1885). Perhaps candidate Palin shouldn’t confuse history with actuality, by at least knowing who’s leading the campaign in Afghanistan. Sarah Palin should not misquote and mispronounce the names of those in charge of our war efforts. Especially, if she’s going to quote them as the basis of a rebuttal – this gaffe was amateurish.
FACT: General David McKiernan (not “McClellan” as Palin mispronounced his name – duh!), is head of the NATO coalition in Afghanistan, who was quoted in the Washington Post saying, “The word I don’t use for Afghanistan is ’surge.” The General McKiernan said that “sustained commitment” is needed.
Now, even with all this controversy swirling about BARACK OBAMA still found his sense of humor. That’s a man of class. That’s a man that I’m voting for next PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES on NOVEMBER 4TH.
( ( ( sDOTtv ) ) ) now playing BARACK OBAMA “LOL Pt. 1”
( ( ( sDOTtv ) ) ) now playing BARACK OBAMA “LOL Pt. 2”
Don't forget to Vote TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH our future depends on it!!!