I'm voting for Barr, despite knowing he obviously has no chance, because I don't like either of the choices.
I don't think it is fair that we (general we) have a problem with Palin's beliefs, but none at all with Obama's. What is "off limits" for one candidate should be for another too.
(NO, I'm not talking about the "Muslim" nonsense, before anyone says that. I'm talking about his church, ya know the one he went to for 20 years. I know he has now said that he didn't know how Rev. Wright felt and has "denounced" his words, so s'okay now. I keep forgetting that it is fine for him to do and say totally opposite things and we trust what he says.)
For the first time in my (admittedly short) lifetime, I am amazed at how many people ignore what a politican has done in favor of listneing to what he says he will do. This goes for BOTH sides
, but I have seen more of it from Obama's side.
Yes, the stuff in that report is insane. Personally, I think most religions' of the world hold some pretty crazy beliefs, which is why I'm not into the whole organized religion thing at all. I also look at this and think about what would happen or does happen when someone posts something even remotely similiar about Obama here and it is written off IMMEDIATELY as "right wing propaganda" and "biased" and the person posting such information is told to choose what they read more carefully, or stop drinking the Rush kool-aid. I think that's unfair.
If all of the things posted in the link are true, yes I have a problem with it. And if all the things posted in links about Obama are true, then I have a problem with those things too - from his friends to his beliefs. But it's unfair to act as though everything bad toward the GOP is gospel - no pun intended, while everything bad toward the Dems is propaganda.
I just want Wednesday to be here.