Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The New McCain Word of the Day

We are all aware of the desperation of the McCain Campaign, each and every day they try to get something negative to stick to Senator Obama without regard to fact or truth. Today it is "Watergate". Yes, you heard right, "Watergate" The McCain Campaign has taken to comparing the amount of money that the Obama Campaign has raised and is spending to "Watergate". In typical McCain fashion he is distorting history and expects that the American People are stupid enough to buy into it.

Let us quickly review the circumstances of the Watergate Scandal. The Watergate Scandal began when five men associated with the re-election committee of Republican President Richard M. Nixon broke into the campaign headquarters of the Democratic National Committee in the Watergate Office Building. In the succeeding years the office of the Republican President Nixon tried to cover up their involvement and began a series of lies and stonewalling of the investigations. The Watergate breaking eventually led to the resignation of Republican President Richard Nixon.

How in the world does the McCain Campaign think they can link "Watergate" to the Campaign of Senator Obama. What is the correlation? It is obvious that the McCain Campaign will drag out any word related to any political scandal and try to get the American Public to believe that somehow Senator Obama was related to it or was influenced by it. Next on the McCain Campaign list will be the Teapot Dome Scandal, then the Black Sox Scandal, maybe they will accuse Obama of starting the Underground Railroad and encouraging slaves to flee their owners.

The Absurdity of the McCain Campaign would be laughable if it were not such a serious crossroads for America. Obviously the McCain Campaign does not see the seriousness consequences of the road that the Republican Administration of George W. Bush has put us on.

The defense of his selection of Sarah Palin should be enough in any one's mind not to vote for John McCain, if he thinks so little of our Nation that he would put Sarah Palin in the position of running our Country he obviously doesn't give a damn about anything other then becoming President and making his wife the "princess" of American Politics. The McCain Campaign needs to change their slogan while they are searching for the next scandal to tie Senator Obama to, maybe instead of "Country First" it should be "Screw The People" or just tell the truth, " McCain/Palin For President, "No Lie is too big for us".

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