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To: fightinJAG

Let him run his phony ads. McCain will pre-empt him during the townhall debate.


2 posted on 10/05/2008 3:40:38 PM PDT by jersey117
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To: jersey117

“Let him run his phony ads. “

The independants don’t see it that way. The whole campaign and their decision makin is probably 4 or 5 minutes of sound bites heard over 3 months between Oprah and the View every day.

For me there is NO trust that the 20% are paying attention beyond the sound bites.

Here comes the reparations and fast path to citizenship for 11 million illegals. Here comes 4 new LIBERAL Supreme Court Justices over the next 8 years.


18 posted on 10/05/2008 4:16:21 PM PDT by JSteff
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To: jersey117
“Let him run his phony ads. “

The independents don't see it that way. The whole campaign and their decision making is probably 4 or 5 minutes of sound bites heard over 3 months between Oprah and the View every day.

For me there is NO trust that the 20% are paying attention beyond the sound bites.

Here comes the reparations and fast path to citizenship for 11 million illegals. Here comes 4 new LIBERAL Supreme Court Justices over the next 8 years.

19 posted on 10/05/2008 4:16:48 PM PDT by JSteff
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To: jersey117

Bill Ayers in Chicago, 2007


Obama was forced to defend his friendship with former Weather Underground member William Ayers, who never apologized for a series of bomb attacks in the early 1970s. In fact, on September 11, 2001, The New York Times quoted Ayers as saying, "I don't regret setting bombs. I feel we didn't do enough."

26 posted on 10/05/2008 4:24:32 PM PDT by kcvl
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the authoritarian leftists Bill Ayers and his sidekick Mike Klonsky (who is an associate of former Weathermen terrorist leader William Ayers)

The origins of the Weathermen can be traced to the collapse and fragmentation of the Students for a Democratic Society. The split between the mainstream leadership of SDS, or "National Office," and the Progressive Labor Party pushed SDS as a whole further to the left. National Office leaders such as Bernardine Dohrn and Mike Klonsky began announcing their emerging perspectives, and Klonksy published a document entitled "Toward a Revolutionary Youth Movement" (RYM). RYM promoted the philosophy that young workers possessed the potential to be a revolutionary force to overthrow capitalism, if not by themselves then by transmitting radical ideas to the working class.

50 posted on 10/05/2008 5:15:50 PM PDT by kcvl
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