Friday, October 10, 2008

Sink a New Low

Assalaam Alaykum.

What kind of country do I live in now when there is a presidential campaign that has sunk to a new low because they cannot honestly debate the issues Americans care about with its opponents. Instead of debating them, they incite negative emotions amongst its supporters and they are acting like a lynch mob, convincing themselves that the Democratic opponent is some sort of terrorist over what some guy did 40 years ago back when the Democratic opponent was only 8 years old.
The McCain-Palin team is running a despicable, vindictive, vituperative, negative campaign that has sunk new lows against the Obama-Biden team. The issues are on Obama's side. I am praying that God, the Lord of the worlds, will be on Obama's side as well. John McCain has attracted the demons, the Jinns, the shayatin, to his campaign with lying speeches lectured by him, his wife Cindy, and Sarah Palin. It's disgusting to watch and many worry that McCain might actually win with his rhetoric. As the economy is heading to you-know-what, The McCain is character-assassinating "That One," because the race for the White House is slipping away from him. Why is so desperate for power? Arrogance perhaps. Maybe his wife may divorce if he doesn't make it, speaking on behalf of the beer lobby? Who knows. I find the link that McCain is connecting Obama with Bill Ayers very dishonest and deceiving, giving attention to the lowest common denominator of people attending his campaign stops. Now, I do read the Rude Pundit blog. I can't get as nasty as him. He describes the politics of all of this as a sexual orgasm and tells us who is better at it. Not me. I can't do that. The kind of campaign the McCain-Palin is bringing us is disingenuous and it doesn't help us in any way as the Dow Jones goes tumbling down. It doesn't help us find employment or get food on the table. People are hurting and they are looking for answers and the economy is weighing in on people's minds and it's affecting the world over. Hence, more homeless people and more starvation and what does the whole world get from America when they see the McCain campaign on TV. False accusations, blame over something that happened 40 years ago. There's racism and all of these rich people worrying about getting taxed, while somebody has lost their job. Nothing can be more pathetic than to see a politician bellyache over using guilt by association against an opponent and never offer any solutions to the problems we face.

4 comments:

BurrDeming said...

Before we make a choice we may regret for the next four years, the accusations against Barack Obama should be carefully considered, as they are here.

kid said...

Hey Tim thanks for the love.I hope McPain keeps it up.The more people see how dumb Americans are the more they will go towards voting for Sen.Obama.

I was going to say something bad about burrdeming...then I seen his site.Man its funny.

Tim Gunter said...

Thanks, Kid. I appreciate your message. I also thought burrdeming had something objective to say, but I did go to his site and I also found it amusing.

kid said...

You're on my blogroll.