Sunday, October 12, 2008

Hypocrite Obama Calls For "Civil Discourse"

Lefty's, liberals, Democrats and the Democrat controlled news media are condemning the McCain-Palin campaign for making inflammatory remarks that are getting the base fired up... while the Obama campaign makes inflammatory remarks to get the base fired up.

Speaking of making inflammatory remarks designed to get the base angry...

Obama's Pastor: God Damn America

Obama on Afghanistan:
"just air-raiding villages and killing civilians, which is causing enormous pressure over there."

Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) told wealthy San Franciscans that small-town Pennsylvanians and Midwesterners “cling to guns or religion” because they are “bitter” about their economic status.

"It’s not surprising, then, that they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”-Barack Obama

"What I am seeing reminds me too much of another destructive period in American history. Sen. McCain and Gov. Palin are sowing the seeds of hatred and division, and there is no need for this hostility in our political discourse," Lewis said in a statement.

"During another period, in the not too distant past, there was a governor of the state of Alabama named George Wallace who also became a presidential candidate. George Wallace never threw a bomb. He never fired a gun, but he created the climate and the conditions that encouraged vicious attacks against innocent Americans who were simply trying to exercise their constitutional rights. Because of this atmosphere of hate, four little girls were killed on Sunday morning when a church was bombed in Birmingham, Alabama," wrote the Democrat.- Rep John Lewis

"I am glad that Sen. McCain has taken some steps to correct divisive speech at his rallies. I believe we need to return to civil discourse in this election about the pressing economic issues that are affecting our nation."-Barack Obama


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