Thursday, August 28, 2008

John McCain Ad



Senator McCain's Ad for August 28, 2008 is a reminder that in our great nation, people have the prvilege and freedom to choose its leadership. Thank you Senator McCain for reminding us that although opposing sides may not agree and philosophies will clash, success is worthy of our respect.

13 Comments:

At August 28, 2008 at 11:06 PM , Anonymous Supporter4hill said...

Mccain you are getting my vote - this shows your leadership qualities and I am one of many black women who is a democrat that will be voting for you. I am proud and happy to use my vote in support of you.

one of hillary's 18 million not 9thousand that voted for Biden. (Obama vp choice is a slapped to the 18 millions, compared to Biden's 9000, that thought that hillary was fixed to be next president)

GO Mccain 08 a leader that surely puts country first. I Thank God for you.

 
At August 29, 2008 at 12:28 AM , Blogger PUMA.SF said...

You'll be getting mine as well. I am one of 18 Million.

 
At August 29, 2008 at 12:29 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yaaaaawn !!!! What a lame speech by OBAMA tonight, all the soaring enchantment of his usual rhetoric was gone. This could have been a speech on the stump in the backwoods of nowhere for all its lameness. The only thing dazzling was the Fireworks, everything else was just a Laundry list of cliches, his way of trying to connect with mr.& mrs.Average. Whats the matter with this guy, don't we also deserve poetry in motion ??? Again his lack of knowledge and experience with the average bluecollar person shows in his lackluster style of delivery. He's unable to connect like Hillary did, simply because he doesn't understand us, and maybe he really doesn't WANT to understand us. I recall his California Fundraiser comments : We simple folk are bitter, so we cling to religion and guns ".... Hmm, I love my religion, because I love my Lord, not because i'm bitter, and some of us enjoy hunting, but not because we are BITTER.... There seems to be a youthful disconnect here, that only a mature person can identify with, so here it goes " Thank you John McCain " for giving us a mature and respectful choice .....

 
At August 29, 2008 at 12:05 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a class act! Compare this ad with the Obama camp's response to Palin's nomination as McCain's VP. The fact that Obama's crowd didn't have the grace to recognize that McCain's pick is every bit as historic during this election as his nomination, speaks volumes. Once again, they couldn't wait to put down Gov. Palin--we know what they think of women....

I'm looking forward to speaking with all my friends who have justified their support of Obama--in spite of the fact they admit he ran a sexist campaign--by saying that McCain hates women....

McCain obviously thinks enough of women to have picked one as his running mate--Obama didn't do that even when HRC won more of the popular vote than he did....

Brilliant choice McCain!

 
At August 29, 2008 at 3:08 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Several months ago on this site, I mentioned the fact that conservative writer Bill Kristol thought McCain should pick Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska. The Democratic party has been out played. Sarah's reference to Geraldine Ferraro and Hillary Clinton in her acceptance speech, as well as the fact that women are not finished in their quest to break the glass ceiling was priceless. The talking heads are all ready trying to say that Clinton Democrats won't vote for a pro-life candidate. Not all Democrats are pro-choice. They are going to lose this fall. I hope the outcry by all of us on the treatment of Senator Clinton during the primaries has paved the way for Governor Palin's historical run for the Vice Presidency. It is hoped judgment and experience, not gender, will define her candidacy. God grant the Palins the strength to get through this process and finally shatter that glass ceiling once and for all.

 
At August 29, 2008 at 4:01 PM , Blogger NPT said...

McCain has increased my confidence in him both by nominating a wonderful person for his VP who is ready to lead. She has executive experience as a governor.As far as foreign policy experience, it's my understanding she's been to Iraq more than Obama,has visited the troops, and is Commander in Chief of her National Guard...not a thin resume at all!

 
At August 29, 2008 at 4:09 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallelujah !!! John McCain once again proved his excellent judgement in chosing a WOMAN for VP. What a resounding SYMBOLISM in our present day political arena, where the olden days are thrown OUT, and the NEW way of thinking is ushered in !!! What a day !!! 2 tickets with HISTORY written all over them !! A Black man for president, and a woman for VP, it can't get any better !!! The democrats certainly BLEW their chance by not adding HILLARY as VP, they could have had it ALL in the palm of their hand, but NOW ??? My choice for president will be the man that HONORED women with his pick for VP, go " John McCain and Sarah Palin " !!! May God bless you abundantly on your way to the WHITE HOUSE !!!!!

 
At August 29, 2008 at 10:42 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whether John McCain knew Sarah Palin 10 years or one day her leadership qualities speak volumes. John McCain hired the best Vice President for this Country. It is Country first. She has foreign experience, economic experience, military experience and she has sound ethicial standards while governing. Shes for using our own energy resources. She is a fine chioce for VP. LOL

 
At August 30, 2008 at 8:45 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I didn't watch all of Obama's speech, but I did watch parts and one of the things he said has been annoying me--especially. He said that he remembered when his mother was dying of cancer, she was fighting with insurance companies over coverage.

What bothers me about this comment--aside from the obvious point about insurance companies--is that his mother was doing this. Where was he? I've had two friends who were terminally ill and I did what I could so they did not have to deal with paperwork and bureaucracies. Wasn't Obama out of law school when his mother was sick? Shouldn't he have said that when his mother was dying, "he" had to battle with insurance companies?

 
At August 30, 2008 at 2:51 PM , Anonymous andy said...

Good point anonymous - - where was Obama? When he struggled with his whiteness and lost the battle, maybe he threw his entire white family that nurtured and raised him under the bus. I noticed that the only family he takes photo-ops with are his Kenyan or Indonesian families. I especially liked his campaigning for Odinga whose disenchanted followers burned alive Christian women and children who were taking sanctuary in a church - - good choice Obama. Of course there is his good friend Ayers - - good choice Obama. And always there for inspiration are Wright and Pfleger - - another good choice Obama. Lucky for us that the MSM has been coddling Obama and not vetting him too closely or who knows what other “interesting” associations might be uncovered - - it would probably keep us awake at night.

 
At August 31, 2008 at 3:01 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

McCain/Palin 08!!

 
At August 31, 2008 at 4:54 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

GO "JOHN AND SARAH 08 ", the Whitehouse is yours !!

 
At September 15, 2008 at 11:35 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is from the website of the oganization where Barack got trained up in "Organizing"

Gamaliel Foundation Vision Statement

The Gamaliel Foundation is a community of people living out our faith and values to collectively transform our society and bring about justice locally, nationally and globally. Gamaliel exists to form organizations that empower ordinary people to effectively participate in the political, environmental, social and economic decisions affecting their lives.

Religion has often played a mixed role in our society. Religion has been used to foster the evils of racism,
poverty, violence, and intolerance as a powerful force to divide people with fear and hatred of one another. Still, the deepest values of our faith must unite all people through hope, acceptance and a deep desire for justice.

We claim the value of unrelenting hope over numbing fear. We hold that all people are part of a sacred community, intended by God to realize their own dignity, worth, power and voice.

A great disparity of wealth and poverty exists in the world today. The “haves” in our global society enjoy
enormous advantages and the capacity to continuously protect and expand their interests, while the “have nots” are often powerless and victimized. We live in a society where geographic place confers privilege through spatial racism, classism and segregation of opportunity. Too often environmental distress occurs in communities of the least represented. The resources of water, land, air, oil, and minerals in the world are
unevenly distributed and inadequately conserved.

We defy raw greed for the benefit of few and We claim the value of sustaining abundance for all.

We live in a world where famine, disease and genocide destroy generations of people, and yet very few are outraged. Due to mobility, consumerism, nationalism, militarism, television, electronic gadgetry, racism, sexism, time constraints, and fear, people are less and less able to build enduring, strong and meaningful relationships with one another. Throughout the world there are millions of undocumented residents with little chance of being integrated into the political and legal structure of our communities.

We claim the value of a sacred community over isolating individualism. We further claim that each person has the right and responsibility to make the sacred community a reality.

The concentration of money on political decisions corrupts democratic processes, excluding the vast majority of people from having any meaningful input into political decisions.

We affirm equal opportunity for all and abhor all forms of injustice flowing from racism, poverty, and intolerance. Therefore, Gamaliel has structured itself to effect the systemic changes necessary to advance the values we have claimed. People with faith in a good and just God and people who share these values will organize through Gamaliel to bring about shared abundance, sacred community, unrelenting hope, equal opportunity and justice within our communities and
throughout the world.

Roger Veritas

 

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