Thursday, October 09, 2008

Strongsville, Ohio

13 comments:

  1. using half these people's thinking for assigning the "terrorist" label on obama I should be some major christian catholic figure because my middle name is "Michael".

    Hate.

    Where's your got now?

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  2. I have a got in my pocket. It's great. I use it to make sentences. It's handy dandy.

    Nice editing on that video. Dooyah thinks he's a terrorist? Dooyah thinks he's a terrorist? Dooyah thinks he's a terrorist? Dooyah thinks he's a terrorist? Dooyah thinks he's a terrorist?

    hehe

    I like when the guy stuffs the manilla folder in his shirt. WYGN?!?!?!

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  3. What's up with that woman's accent! She lives in Strongsville, Ohio but has like a "Minnesota / Palin-impersonation / uneducated" accent.

    It's scary.

    And, thumbs up to the dork at the end who has NEVER heard of Barack Obama. He just supporting John McCain because he's running unopposed. =/

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  4. Yeah it's really hard to tell why someone would think he's a terrorist.

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    Waukesha, Wisconsin -- In response to a broad question about how Barack Obama "got here" -- presumably got his lead -- John McCain didn't name Bill Ayers but spoke of him directly. McCain said "We don't care about an old washed up terrorist and his wife" who said earlier this decade that he wished they were more successful. (Several in the crowd chanted: "Yes we do!")

    McCain noted that Obama had referred to Ayers as "just a guy in his neighborhood," and said "we know that's not true. We need to know the full extent of that relationship to know whether he's telling the truth to the American public."

    Sarah Palin, following up, took a shot at the media. "Mainstream media isn't already asking all these questions, you guys have to help us....When will the questions be asked and when will we get answers?!"

    UPDATE: The next question came from a black McCain supporter, who reminded McCain of the candidate's plea at the convention for his supporters to do everything possible to ensure a victory. The supporter said: "I doubt that anyone has taken, pardon me, the ass-whoopin' I have taken for doing that." He then implored McCain to go after Barack Obama at the next debate and asked him to raise ACORN and Reverend Wright. "I am begging you, sir," he said, as the crowd stood and applauded.

    "Yes, I'll do that," McCain responded, before promising to offer "a positive plan for America's economy."
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    How much more pathetic can you get? And to mimic McCain's ads - How Racist!

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  5. Damn!

    T's where there should be D's...

    Where's MY Got now?!

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  6. Obama says "I barely knew him". He also had no idea how radical Rev. Wright was. First he said he couldn't disown him. Then he said he could. See a pattern building here?

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  7. I have a got. It goes *blot* *blot*

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  8. The second presidential debate, in 2 minutes. Brought to you by your friend(sic) Glenn Beck.

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  9. Glenn Beck is a waste of the photons that reflect off of him.

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  10. Hehe whee push the Cory button! hehehe...

    I would think out of Rush, Hannity, and Beck, Beck would be the one you hate the least... I think he's definitely the least partisan of the three - he jabs at republicans all the time.

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