Republican Sickos – McCain Supports Child Molestation

The McCain Campaign has contributed a new ad to the election entitled “Education.”

The script reads:

Education Week says Obama “hasn’t made a significant mark on education”.

That he’s “elusive” on accountability.

A “staunch defender of the existing public school monopoly”.

Obama’s one accomplishment?

Legislation to teach “comprehensive sex education” to kindergartners.

Learning about sex before learning to read?

Barack Obama.

Wrong on education. Wrong for your family.

Sam Stein of The Huffpo explains, “In essence, Obama supported ‘age appropriate’ sex-education for children as a means of teaching them what was proper or inproper touching, as well as to protect them against pedophiles, his campaign has said. Used in the context of the McCain campaign ad, however, Obama’s stance becomes another one of those cultural issues that seems designed to alienate the Illinois Democrat from more socially moderate voters.”

The Obama Campaign hit back with Bill Burton, saying, “”It is shameful and downright perverse for the McCain campaign to use a bill that was written to protect young children from sexual predators as a recycled and discredited political attack against a father of two young girls – a position that his friend Mitt Romney also holds. Last week, John McCain told Time magazine he couldn’t define what honor was. Now we know why.”

Good job, Republicans. Way to support child molestation. Your candidate has no character. None.

Remember, McCain hired the guys who developed a phone survey in 2000 asking people if they would support a candidate who “had a black illegitimate child” referring to McCain’s own adopted daughter from Bangladesh. McCain hired these sickos and now they’re focusing their sick shit on Obama. This is not Christ-like, this is not ethical. What the hell, people? Why are you supporting him? A vote for McCain is a vote for Karl Rove and his ilk. Don’t you get it?


10 Responses to “Republican Sickos – McCain Supports Child Molestation”

  1. 1 vegasgirl
    September 9, 2008 at 7:20 pm

    John McCain has sold his soul. What a sorry POS he is.
    I hope he loses big in November.

  2. 2 sam222
    September 9, 2008 at 9:14 pm

    McCain Supports Child Molestation? People like you just show how sick the hard left is. I really hope you guys keep it up because you just highlights how much of a nut job you really are. You are sick! Just say President McCain. I like it!

    OLBERMAN is lying, but nobody buying.
    MADDOW is lying, and credibility’s dying.
    MATTHEWS is crying, but keeps trying.
    Cause that Obama ticket just an’t flying.

  3. September 9, 2008 at 9:25 pm

    Yeah, we’re sick for acknowledging that abstinence-only education doesn’t work. We’re sick for wanting to help people out of poverty – which will bring abortions down. We’re sick for believing in Evolution. We’re sick for trying to increase the minimum wage as inflation rises so that American children can be supported properly.

    When McCain attacks legislation that protects children from predators, he is supporting child molestation. Hyperbole? Perhaps, but it’s time to call a spade a spade. Republicans have gotten away with their lies and deceit for far too long.

    Karl Rove is sick and you, Sam 222, may be able to rhyme. But you still don’t know how to think.

  4. 4 sam222
    September 11, 2008 at 4:01 am

    I don’t know how to think? No it is your kind who can not think. It is you who want to create some type or fabian socialist state. You have no understanding of the founding principles of this country. Your kind are on a never ending quest to have a strong central government with me as a slave. Well I say no. You are a drone.

    You understand not the principles of free men governing themselfs. Your kind are plenty in history. Natz germany wanted a strong central government, oh but it’s to help the people. So did Fidel Castro, Mao setung, Stalen just to name a few. Sure those socialist states you can be proud of.

    You see you are common place in the world but what is rare in the world is freedom. But you will dismiss this and get angry and continue on your never ending quest. The difference between a human and a snail is a human can think and reason but as for your kind like a snail you haven’t that ability.

    A snail just does what it does naturally and goes through life doing what it was programmed to do and leaving it’s slime on what it touches. I am not really sure why I bother writing you this maybe I am just still hoping you have some sense of understanding somewhere down deep. But really I know the truth is again a snail just does what it does naturally and goes through life doing what it was programmed to do.

    Live free or die!

  5. September 11, 2008 at 10:51 am

    Sam – I absolutely understand the founding principals of this country. I have a degree in Government for chrissakes. If you read my blog you will read many entries decrying the squashing of civil liberties by the Bush administration. Wiretapping, torturing, the no-fly list, controlling evidence and information and activities in all top executive institutions like the EPA, CIA, CDC, Justice Dept., State Dept., etc.

    The Right-wing quickly want to associate the left with the likes of Nazis, Stalin, Castro, etc. to distract from the real issues and the real debate – and you accuse me of sliming what I touch.

    We are for the freedom for a woman’s right to choose and object to the dominance of religion in our free society. We are the ones fighting for freedom when the Right wants to allow the tentacles of religion to suffocate our liberties. The Right operates in secrecy without transparency, illegally destroying mountains of documentation and ceding our right to privacy to the corporations who now know our social security numbers, our purchasing habits, our cultural make-up and more all in an effort to dominate our spending habits.

    I agree “Live Free or Die” which is why I oppose Bush and McCain who would curtail our liberties in the name of “security.”

    I am not programmed – when I was 18, I attended the Texas Republican Convention and voted for Dole. As I became informed and saw that Republican policies are lies – their actions actually increase government and corporatocracy and decrease self-governing, I evolved into someone who evaluates facts and information and makes Independent decisions.

    Now, if you disagree with me on the issues, I would like to hear them. I hear no one on the Right actually talking issues and policy. They just distract from facts with irrelevant comparisons and accusations. Have you been a straight-ticket voter your whole life? Programmed, anyone?

  6. 6 sam222
    September 11, 2008 at 2:15 pm

    Hi Meredith,

    You seem like you are probably a nice and intelligent person. We can have a civil chat if you want. I will agree with you on some of the things President Bush did I did not care for like not using the veto pen.

    The Republicans lost the way on spending but that does not mean I want to throw in the towel to vote in the Democrats who promise health care and an increase in government entitlement programs on every level.

    Medicare wastes money, approves fake wheelchair suppliers as an example. Another example Fanny may, Freddie mac set up in the 60’s to help people buy homes with no money down. Seemed like a good ideal at the time and nobel but look at the unintended consequences. That program has grown to half the mortgage market and the taxpayers are in for trillions.

    I believe that most liberals have good intentions when they say help people out of poverty or to increase the minimum wage. What I take issue with is the method. To make a strong central federal government to me is contrary to the founders.

    I am sure that the Bolsheviks in Russia said much the same thing in the 1917 revolution when they told the people the rich landowners have too much just put us in power and we will level the playing field. Our founders understood a absolute authoritarian government because they came from a place where they had one did the best they could to limit the power or government. They understood that a government with unchecked power is capable of terrible atrocities as in Adolf Hitler.

    If you like check out my website http://www.elinkfind.com Warning it’s anti Democrat.

    Best regards;

  7. 7 sam222
    September 11, 2008 at 2:21 pm

    Sorry wrong website. I gave you the business site mine also. My political site is http://www.elinkfind.net

  8. September 11, 2008 at 8:49 pm

    Sam – Okay, I like civil discussions.

    I understand the ideas of self-governing and the free market. I do not accept that these economic theories work in their pure form. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were dangerously unregulated and now the government – taxpayer – is footing the bill. If we’re going to have to bail out these companies, then we should get to regulate them.

    Secondly, I don’t believe Republicans will ever truly limit government. The debate is not between power of the people and power of the government. The debate is between power of the government and power of the major corporations. We have a small country of lobbyists who ensure that the government cedes power to the corporations. The Republicans regale us with tall tales of limited government, free market, personal responsibility.

    The lack of regulation means high prescription drug prices when a pharmaceutical company has the only pill that can save your life. Republicans produce a “free market” in which companies collude, create monopolies, drive up prices, lack transparency and practice unethical behavior that weakens the dollar and preys on the consumer.

    When McCain says Obama will put a bureaucrat between you and your doctor, he fails to mention that right now, there’s some minimum-wage earner on a headset deciding whether your insurance will pay for that operation and will get bonuses for the most rejections. Obama’s plan – which might not even make it through Congress – would increase the availability of health care to people.

    I can elect a person in government, or work to have them removed from office. I have no control over who is CEO or on the board of directors. I’d rather put my lot in government in which I do have some say. But, we have to try and create a healthy government to increase competition among businesses and protect consumers’ rights.

    So, now we have this situation:

    Republicans = overly powerful corporations
    Democrats = overly powerful federal government

    We need stronger Independent parties that give us greater choice and give people in government an incentive to make appropriate decisions. Liberals have very good intentions. The difference in thinking is that Liberals think in terms of “we” – what is best for the community – and conservatives think in terms of “me” – what is best for the individual. I offer that if we do not start realigning our philosophies to consider our neighbors, our world is an ugly place.

    Furthermore, Republicans do not follow their philosophy. They tax and grow government. Remember, it was Clinton (and I’m not the biggest fan of his) who rid the country of the deficit. Over the last 60 years, when Democrats are in the Executive Branch, the economy grows more than when Republicans are president and the middle class is stronger. The wealth gap increases under Republicans because their policies ensure that wealth pools at the top and the American Dream is farther and farther away from the average American. Now, Republicans don’t mean to do that – but that’s what happens when they’re in office.

    Which is why I haven’t voted Republican in a federal election in a long time. Bush has given us the most authoritarian regime our country has ever seen and McCain’s policies are continuations. He’s already flipped on most major policy issues. Instead of shouting Country First all the time, I’d like to know where he stands on troop pullouts in Iraq and the Fannie Mae mess and how he would deal with the credit crisis. But the majority of Americans do not actually agree with him on the issues, so he never discusses them. He only repeats that Obama is going to raise your taxes – which is not true for the vast majority of Americans.

    Kudos on the website – I always like to see what everyone is saying, Drudge Report, Townhall, etc. With our sites, we’re raising our voices, exercising our freedom of speech. I encourage everyone to speak about what they think.


  9. 9 Sam
    September 19, 2008 at 6:57 pm

    The banking mess got it’s start in 1999 in the Clinton administration when with support from both parties including John McCain. They introduced legislation to ease the lending restrictions so low income people could buy homes with no money down and poor credit thus creating the subprime housing debacle.

    The Bush administration sounded the alarm in 2003 about Fannie May and Freddie Mac being insolvent but went unheeded by democrats in congress on the Banking Committee that were being lobbied by Fannie and Freddie. Barny Frank, Chris Dodd both democrats among 130 others received millions in PAC money from Fannie May and Freddie Mac to cover up the fact that they were insolvent . Barack Obama received 120 million in PAC money from Fannie May only Chris Dodd received more.

    Three of the top former CEO’s all democrats, appointed by the Clinton administration to head Fannie May are now working for the Obama campaign. One of them took over 90 million in bonuses from Fannie May in 9 years. In addition congress was lobbied throughout this period buy CEO’s at Fannie May to continue to expand the easing on lending to show more earnings on the books thus to receive bigger and bigger bonuses. I am sure they will all get jobs in the Obama administration if he wins.

    No Joke! Communist Party USA (CPUSA) supports democrats

    Sweep the Republicans from Power in November
    by Joel Wendland, 03/31/2008

    “At its quarterly national committee meeting this past weekend, the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) called for a landslide in the November 4th elections to defeat John McCain and strengthening the Democratic Party majorities in Congress.”

    Quotes from Obama in his books

    From Dreams of My Father:’I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.’

    From Dreams of My Father : ‘I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s race.’

    From Dreams of My Father:’There was something about him that made me wary, a little too sure of himself, maybe. And white.’

    From Dreams of My Father: ‘It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names.’

    From Dreams of My Father:’I never emulate white men and brown men whose fates didn’t speak to my own. It was into my father’s image, the black man, son of Africa , that I’d packed all the attributes I sought in myself , the attributes of Martin and Malcolm, DuBois and Mandela.’

    And FINALLY the Most Damning one of ALL of them!!!

    From Audacity of Hope:’I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.’

    Most radical thing that has ever run for President…

    The media is not telling the truth about Barack Hussein Obama, they have giving him favorable coverage while ignoring or diminishing Hillary Clinton and John McCain. This video points out how Obama’s Church of 20 years supports Black Liberation Theology a radical type of Marxism that involves a Socialist take over of the US economy.
    Rev. Jeremiah Wright friend’s with Luis Farrakhan took trips to Libya together and praised him in the Trinity United Church bulletin.

    Take care…

  10. 10 nate
    April 8, 2009 at 9:17 pm

    You don’t really believe this, do you? I mean… really?

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