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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What do G. Gordon Liddy & Mike Huckabee in common? Each has, at some point, believed it acceptable, albeit momentarily so, to joke about direct & indirect acts of violence against political rivals.

“That was Barack Obama, he just tripped off a chair, he’s getting ready to speak. Somebody aimed a gun at him and he dove for the floor.”

Mike Huckabee, Former Governor of Arkansas & Presidential Candidate, National Rifle Association (NRA) Conference (May 16, 2008, Kentucky)

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.Mike Huckabee, former Republican Presidential aspirant, Governor (R-AR) and Baptist Minister, has recently found ..himself, rather, his name, included within conversations regarding Republicans who believed the ..topic of Violence Against Political Opponents, humorous. Governor Huckabee, throughout the ..2008 Primary process, has proven himself a Statesman and Civil Contender, seldom bending to ..desire of the “cheap insult

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Few believe that Governor Huckabee’s one-liner was anything more than a quip intended to entertain the approximate 6,000 Nation Rifle Association (NRA) conference attendees. Many will, however, question the judgment of elected officials who carelessly advance the notion that it is acceptable to humorously discuss violence against those with whom we don’t agree. Americans have unfortunately become accustomed to hate-filled rhetoric from both the Left & Right of the political spectrum:

Ted Nuggent [Sean Hannity], Veteran Music Entertainer [Fox News Channel, Show Host & Conservative Commentator] During a recent performance, Nuggent went on a rant against Senator Obama, stating “Hey Obama, you might want to suck on one of these, you punk!’ Obama, he’s a piece of sh*t and I told him to suck on my machine gun! ” When asked to address the entertainer’s comments, Sean Hannity, a Nuggent supporter, noted that he “found nothing wrong with what he said ” and “would invite him on the program again“. Hannity went on to laugh at the suggested violent acts made by Nuggent against Senator Hillary Clinton & other female members of Congress. [Video]

G. Gordon Liddy, the Nixonian Age conspirator turned Conservative Radio Talk Show host, routinely encouraged millions of American listeners to improve upon their firearm prowess by ..using an image of, then President Bill Clinton & First Lady Hillary Clinton, claiming “I thought it ..might improve my aim.

.Alec Baldwin, Actor on “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” referring to Republican Congressman .. Henry Hyde and his family: “I’m thinking to myself if we were in other countries, we would all, right now, all of us together … would go down to Washington and we would stone Henry Hyde to death! We would stone him to death! Wait! … Shut up! No shut up! I’m not finished. We would stone Henry Hyde to death, and we would go to their homes and we’d kill their wives and their children. We would kill their families. on “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” referring to Republican Congressman Henry Hyde and his family: “I’m thinking to myself if we were in other countries, we would all, right now, all of us together … would go down to Washington and we would stone Henry Hyde to death! We would stone him to death! Wait! … Shut up! No shut up! I’m not finished. We would stone Henry Hyde to death, and we would go to their homes and we’d kill their wives and their children. We would kill their families.

 

Ann Coulter, Author, Conservative Pundit on “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” referring to Republican Congressman Henry Hyde and his family: “I’m thinking to myself if we were in ..other countries, we would all, right now, all of us together …

 

 

 

Al Franken, Actor & Author on NBCs “Today” show referring to Karl Rove & Lewis Libby and his family: “Karl Rove and Lewis Libby should be “executed“. Franken also repeated his previously stated remarks on Late Night with David Letterman, providing addition context, but the same conclusion.

 

 

 

Michael Savage, Author & Social/Political Commentator on the MSNBC television version of The Savage Nation” referred to an unidentified caller to his show as a “sodomite” and that the.caller should “get AIDS and die.” MSNBC has since fired Michael Savage for his comments.

 

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Governor Huckabee, as a former elected official and once Republican Primary candidate, is aware by now, that the safety & protection of our elected officials is a constant and challenging priority. While Conservative & Liberal pundits and entertainers may not consider acts of violence against our leaders and institutions to represent a significant threat to our sovereignty, our elected officials should not be as reckles

Senator Obama will likely excuse the former Governor’s comments, and instead attempt to minimize the focus on this matter, thus allowing the candidate to remain “On Message“. This strategy [remaining “On Message”] has been the chosen fallback plan for Senator Obama’s campaign for the last several months, expending few resources and energy to addressing the challenge. Unfortunately, the Obama campaign has been forced to address the issue of his safety, and the safety of his staff, several times during his campaign.

Associated Press, May 6th, 2008 – TERRE HAUTE, Indiana – Authorities evacuated and searched three Barack Obama campaign offices in Indiana Tuesday in response to a bomb threat made while people voted in the state’s primary.

Fox News Video, Chicago, May 21st, 2007 – Illinois – International Imperial Wizard of the National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan advised that, if elected Senator Obamawould be shot“. [Video]

As victory for either Republican or Democrat is a priority for both political parties, the rhetoric, and more importantly the acceptance of careless comments, is escalating. Throughout the remaining weeks of the nomination process and election cycle, unfortunately, we will certainly continue to witness the dumbing down of Christian standards of decency and our unfortunate decline of Civility.

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In The Media

O\'Reilly Meltdown McCain Talks w/Hamas

…..O’Reilly Meltdown ………….Matthews vs James ……..McCain Talks w/ Hamas

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