Wow. that's pretty disturbing stuff. These people swear their christians, but where is the brotherly love or tolerance?
I'm actually moderately impressed with AJ becoming such a global company....can't say the story is very interesting though. Anyone can find dum dums on either side of the aisle and put them in a video.
This is minor compared to the millions of blacks who are voting for Obama simply because he's black. It's pretty clear where the greatest amount of racism is...
I want to see the questions that were asked. I watched it earlier and am going from memory, but I don't recall seeing that. They could have been led into talking about it.
Not too mention they could have easily gotten many intelligent responses and chose not to air them
That's one of the most ignorant things I've ever seen.
How many men are willing to vote for a female in this country?
Do you have the link to the breakdown?
I am really interested only because I don't know of too many Whites voting for Obama, the ones who want him in office are loyal liberals who won't vote for a Republican at all.
He's listened to a racist "kill whitey" preacher for decades. He hires from the nation of Islam, and organization that openly talks about killing whites. He referred to his racist mother-in-law as a "typical white person."
Now, if he went to a church for decades that espoused killing blacks, and hired from the KKK, and referred to a black man that robbed a store as a "typical black person", then you sure as hell would hear blacks worrying about his Oreo flipping inside out.
What you're doing is shoveling apologist bullshit.
He is running for President it's not like he can get in office and suddenly announce that all black people have dominance over whitey. Not that I think he would even think about that. I think this crap about his black supremacism is as stupid as the claims that he's a Koran carrying Muslim.... I really don't care who wins this election but I will still step in and voice my opinions on what I am observing...
First off, the people in the "Palin" video are extremist nut jobs.....EVERY candidate has these following them around. They don't speak for me, nor do they speak for anyone else who is sound psychologically.:rolleyes:
Secondly, Obama is nothing more than eloquent speech and the ability to do everything BUT ANSWER THE QUESTION. He's like a big, pretty balloon...You could pop him with a pin and there would be nothing there.
I don't give a shit if he's white, black or purple.....He is a weak choice.
Election Results - CBSNews.com
90% of blacks voted for Obama over Hillary. 52% of whites voted for Obama over Hillary.
Did you expect something different?
Election Results - CBSNews.com
Georgia, 88-12 blacks going for Obama.
It shouldn't surprize anyone that the same muslim-extremist-sympothetic network that broadcasted the murderous beheadings of innocent civillians would also broadcast select video clips of extreme religious "Christian" fanatics.
Al-Jazeera has been attacking the western core values at every opportunity.
Anyone who thinks these short-sighted idiots are a representation of the majority of Christianity is horribly misinformed.
I think the biggest problem with this election is the fact that you have two voters, one who will vote for mccain because they share the same values as mccain, and don't believe in socialism, and then you have the other voter, who is too afraid to vote for mccain or doesnt like his age so will rather vote blindly for obama because the word change sounds great right about now...
That is a hilarious vid. I cant believe I never found this thread.
Shall I list the liberal attacks on McCain/Palin? Like her daughter is actually her grandaughter from her incest husband? McCain had an affar, says the NYT with no proof, Obama dangerously lies in a spanish ad saying McCain wants them out... should I continue?
Both parties are guilty.
Anyway here's a interesting
article.Political Perceptions : Why McCain Is Running Against the News Media
Moreover there is a belief in the McCain campaign â€“ one that seems to reflect the publicâ€™s perception â€” that the news media has been giving Sen. Obama much more coverage and more favorable coverage. A Rasmussen Poll this summer found 60% of voters said Sen. Obama was getting better treatment from the news media than Sen. McCain. Nearly half of voters â€” 49% â€” said reporters would help Sen. Obama while only 14% felt they would help Sen. McCain.