October 8, 2008
Lets compare and contrast the candidates since the difference wasn't sufficiently driven home in tonight's debate (Video)Topics: Political News and commentaries
The contrast between our two Presidential candidates is staggering, but with the worst moderator in the history of political debates - and one most certainly very pro-Obama, the contrast between McCain and Obama wasn't clearly made. However, this video by Miradena makes it crystal clear. Watch every single minute of it, and may God Bless America:
Compare and contrast as per the poster of the above video:
As for another opinion on the debate: McCain the Warrior awoke, pivoted on Obama the Professor, and pounded him (Remomber, I did say another opinion. Perhaps I should have said a very different opinion)
Obama is the candidate of CHANGE.
He changes his speeches to pander to his audiences.
He changes his mind regarding his promises.
And he will change America by increasing government control and raising taxes.
America has a clear choice.
John McCain is a genuine American Hero - a veteran with more than three decades of political service to his country.
Barack Obama is a Junior Senator with no political or foreign policy experience, who refused to vote more than 130 times during his short term in Senate.
McCain has had 35 years of intense scrutiny, revealing stellar associations and remarkable character.
Obama has only been examined for several months and there has already been connections made to terrorists, money launderers, political fixers, Communists, Socialists and radical, racist organizations. Tony Rezko, William Ayers, Khalidi, Wright, Dohrn
The choice is ours.
May God Bless America as we fight to keep her and our Constitution from being hijacked by those who want to change her - and our values - beyond all recognition.
Don't Tread On Me.
Posted by Richard at October 8, 2008 12:10 AM
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