McCain earns KKK Vote

May 19, 2008

John McCain, FOXNews and myriad Conservative blogs have noted the significance of Hamas preferred US Presidential Candidate, Senator Barack Obama, Democratic of Illinois, suggesting that the preference is indicative of Senator Obama’s questioned commitment to America’s sovereignty and his vision for America. The consistent conclusion, offered in the form of inquiry, is “Why would Americans and Hamas…”, a known active supporter of global Terror, “…favor the same U.S. Presidential candidate?”

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After reading many of the popular Conservative blogs (Michele Malkin, Townhall.com, FOXNews, etc) we noted that the aforementioned conclusion was widely, rather, overwhelmingly shared:

  • Townhall.comWhy the Outrage? May 16, 2008

“It’s hard to explain the outrage generated by John McCain truthfully stating that some in Hamas are openly advocating the election of Barack Obama. Doesn’t that force the question of why, exactly, Hamas (or some in it) have chosen sides?

John McCain taunted Barack Obama Friday for his recent “endorsement” from a Hamas adviser, wearing his own apparent rejection by the terrorist group as a badge of honor and saying that if elected he would be “Hamas’ worst nightmare.”

“I think it is very clear who Hamas wants to be the next president of the United States … I think that the people should understand that I will be Hamas’ worst nightmare,” McCain said when asked about the group’s recent statements about Obama.

“I never expect for the leader of Hamas … to say that he wants me as president of the United States,” McCain said. “I think it is very clear … why they would not want me to be president of the United States, so if Sen. Obama is favored by Hamas, I think people can make judgments accordingly.”

  • Sean Hannity ShowReported Endorsement of Senator Obama by Senator Robert Byrd (Former Klansman) May 19, 2008

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Now we’ve learned that Ku Klux Klan Imperial leaders and Members, of the Domestic Terrorist organization that maintains its commitment for the Destruction of American Jews & Minorities, has announced its support for Republican Presidential Candidate Senator John McCain.

“Of course I don’t want to come out and say that We endorse John McCain, cause that might hurt him. But we would prefer that he become the next President over Obama. A Black President would just about go against everything that we stand for. We don’t want the races to get along and they don’t. It’s been proven that Blacks aren’t as intelligent as Whites. Obama is half White so I guess that’s why he’s come as far as he has. I don’t know. But we don’t want him to become President of the United States. We don’t agree with John McCain on everything, like immigration and so forth, but that’s small potatoes compared to Obama and we simply cannot allow this to happen. So yeah, of course John McCain will get our vote.

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Should we now expect Conservative pundits and supporters to cease the slanderous rhetoric of “Guilt by Support? NO. Should Liberals adopt the similar Conservative tactic and subsequently conclude that Senator John McCain’s candidacy, in some form, represents the interest of the Ku Klu Klan? NO.

Most American Conservatives, muted by the false Christian rhetoric of Conservatives on Talk Radio & the Internet, will likely observe the obvious hypocrisy and rightfully conclude that this style of Politics is beneath a faith that requires more of us.

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2 Responses to “McCain earns KKK Vote”

  1. The Dude Says:

    It’s an interesting post but I think there are a few differences. First, the KKK is a very small minority within the United States that poses no great danger to the US as a whole, while Hamas is a world-wide organization, hell-bent on getting nuclear weapons to destroy its enemies. Hamas posses a danger to the entire world.

    Second, the KKK would endorse any white person against any black person, I’m sure. Disgusting? Yes. But it doesn’t really say anything about McCain the man.

    The main reason, I think, it is noteworthy, though is: why would Hamas would support Obama?
    It seems to me that Hamas would rather deal with a country that wants to make peace with them, rather than a country that wants to kill them. With Obama, Hamas thinks (true or not) it will be able to do what it has always done, talk out of one side of its mouth, while committing acts of terrorism at the same time. A McCain presidency may not afford them that luxury.

    But, all in all, this type of stuff won’t change anyones mind.

  2. rjohnson68 Says:

    Dude…. You’re Right.

    The greater point being the rhetoric that stands in the way of substantive discussion. I am less interested in “What Hamas thinks” and more interested in “What will The Candidate Do?”… specifically, what is their stated policy?

    Thanks


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