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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Whoever wins this election is our leader

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This is Right:

Dave Winer: Will this election end in a civil war?:
"I'm going to add my voice, as humble and unpowerful as it is, to the growing chorus asking the Republicans to take a step back, and think longer term, bigger picture. This is not going to end well if we can't agree that whoever wins this election is our leader for the next four years, at a time when we desperately need leadership. There's an awful spirit to this competition that says when it's over we will not unite, and that would be a disaster.

McCain must give a speech, like the one given by Obama when racial issues came to the front earlier this year, and say clearly that no matter who wins, we must unite behind the new President. "
Frank Schaeffer: McCain's attacks fuel dangerous hatred:
John McCain: If your campaign does not stop equating Sen. Barack Obama with terrorism, questioning his patriotism and portraying Mr. Obama as "not one of us," I accuse you of deliberately feeding the most unhinged elements of our society the red meat of hate, and therefore of potentially instigating violence.
Right.

This is wrong:

Jay Severin: Start Stopping Obama Now!:
What’s your job, what can you do? Join me! Start the 2012 campaign right now. If we can’t impeach Obama then let’s throw him out at the earliest possible moment and that means start stopping Obama now. An attack campaign against Obama is worthy of the timeless principals of all American patriots. Obama is King George and we are the minutemen, and women. The United States of America will be saved only by us, and only by us opposing Obama and everything he represents. That is our duty.
Wrong.

1 comment:

  1. It's worth noting that Severin isn't letting any comments be added to his hate-filled post. Either he's too overwhelmed with (and afraid of sharing) opposing responses, or better yet, he's been let go and no one's watching the comment queue. Here's hoping.

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