Friday, October 10, 2008

McCain Campaign " It's Obama's Fault We Can't Control The Racist Low Lifes At Our Rallies"



From NBC's Mark Murray
Earlier today, Obama remarked on recent outbursts of "Traitor!" "Terrorist!" and "Kill him!" at McCain campaign events. "It's easy to rile up a crowd," Obama said. "Nothing's easier than riling up a crowd by stoking anger and division. But that's not what we need right now in the United States."

In response, McCain senior adviser Nicolle Wallace released this statement, NBC's Kelly O'Donnell reports. "Barack Obama's assault on our supporters is insulting and unsurprising. These are the same people obama called 'bitter' and attacked for 'clinging to guns' and faith. He fails to understand that people are angry at corrupt practices in Washington and Wall Street and he fails to understand that America's working families are not 'clinging' to anything other than the sincere hope that Washington will be reformed from top to bottom."

"Attacking our supporters is a new low for the campaign that's run more millions of dollars of negative ads than any other in history."

*** UPDATE *** McCain campaign spokesman Brian Rogers adds in another statement: “Barack Obama’s attacks on Americans who support John McCain reveal far more about him than they do about John McCain. It is clear that Barack Obama just doesn’t understand regular people and the issues they care about. He dismisses hardworking middle class Americans as clinging to guns and religion, while at the same time attacking average Americans at McCain rallies who are angry at Washington, Wall Street and the status quo."


McCain head moran Tucker Bounds dropped this jewel...

Tucker Bounds is braindead

“Instead of acknowledging the real differences that exist in this election, Barack Obama is using America’s economic crisis to deflect legitimate criticisms of himself and his record. Now, more than ever, Americans should be scrutinizing Barack Obama’s role in shielding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac from increased regulation. Voters deserve a real debate about Barack Obama’s proposals for one trillion dollars in new government spending and tax increases on small businesses – when Americans can afford neither. At a time when hardworking families face uncertainty and a historic decision in November, they expect more than Barack Obama’s self-interested calls to stifle any inquiry into his record or his past.” —Tucker Bounds, spokesman McCain-Palin 2008

There you have it. The McCain Campaign is mad because Obama is using the issues to deflect away from the non issues. THAT BASTARD!

Late Edit from Jonathan:
McCain today finally asked his supporters to be respectful towards the Democratic Nominee....and was booed for it.


et said...

I don't think this is a genie he is capable of putting back into the bottle any more, sadly.

FYI, Count, from tomorrow (Sat.) I will be off the radar for about a week. My mom passed away this morning so I am off back to AZ for the week to support my sister and do my part of what needs must be done.

Anonymous said...

Completely understand. You have our sympathies and thoughts at this time.

et said...

Thanks, Count. Just didn't want anyone to be alarmed at my brief complete disappearance. :)

I appreciate your words of sympathy. All my cohorts in the blogosphere have been so thoughtful and supportive at this tough time. There are no words for my gratitude. (And, usually, finding words isn't a big problem for me...)

Thanks again.

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