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Obama “Say it to my Face!”

October 9th, 2008 | by Papamoka |

Barack Obama and Joe Biden have hit the nail on the head with the non stop lies coming from John McCain’s campaign. John McCain had the chance to look Barack Obama in the face and state his wild accusations. He didn’t because he could not! This makes one fact clear in voters minds, one party wants to talk about the truth and the other is hiding behind baseless lies in political advertisements.

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In the past two debates between McCain and Obama, John McCain could not look at his opponent Barack Obama. Matter of fact, after the last debate John McCain practically ran out of the hall. Barack Obama stuck around to actually talk to the people there. Something smells wrong and it is coming from John McCain and what he has had to become since morping into George Bush 3.0…

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Originally posted at Papamoka Straight Talk

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  1. 21 Responses to “Obama “Say it to my Face!””

  2. By steve on Oct 9, 2008 | Reply

    Obama said it right at the end… “I have been running for President for the last two years.”

    You guys gotta put down the Kool Aid and step onto the side of America for once.

  3. By Windspike on Oct 9, 2008 | Reply

    Steve? Huh? Do you have an argument to make? The GOP Faithful have been sucking so long and hard on the W, Rove and Co Propaganda Crack Pipe, they can’t find the truth if it smacked them on the right side of their heads.

  4. By steve on Oct 9, 2008 | Reply

    Obama said he had been running for President for 2 years… McCain talks about being in the Senate for over 20 years. No experience… enough said… McCain wins.

    Say it to his face…

  5. By Peet on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    Republicans have known Sarah Palin for only a couple of months but still she is the second coming of christ for the GOP.
    I´ll take a couple of years over a couple of months any day.

  6. By steve on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    Sarah Palin isn’t running for President. John McCain is Peet. Big freaking difference.

  7. By Ditto on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    That is a selective suspension of realty, Steve. (Not uncommon of GOPer grunts.)

    Obama could manage the complexities of the Wasilla City Council and the oil-rich state of (no-budget-worries) Alaska.

    Could your GILF make it thru Harvard Law School?

  8. By manapp99 on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    “Obama could manage the complexities of the Wasilla City Council and the oil-rich state of (no-budget-worries) Alaska.”

    This is an assertion you simply cannot prove.
    Not uncommon with brain dead Dems.

    “Could your GILF make it thru Harvard Law School?”

    Sure, why not. After all it doesn’t take all that much to get through Harvard.

    From Wiki:

    “Bush then attended Harvard University, where he earned his MBA”

  9. By steve on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    “Obama could manage the complexities of the Wasilla City Council and the oil-rich state of (no-budget-worries) Alaska.”

    I guess we wouldn’t know since the only thing he has done is run for President.

    If Obama ran for Governor of Alaska would he win?

  10. By Windspike on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    I guess we wouldn’t know since the only thing he has done is run for President.

    Steve, you are the master of hyperbole. Have you looked at his past record? My town has more people in it than the entire State of Alaska. Simply because you believe the Governor of Alaska qualified to be Veep doesn’t make her so.

    The days of leadership by faith over fact are over.

  11. By manapp99 on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    “The days of leadership by faith over fact are over.”

    Apparently not. You are about to vote for the least experienced presidential candidate since….well ever. Just because he says he can change Washington with absolutley no record to back it up. If that isn’t faith over fact then nothing is.

  12. By Windspike on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    the least experienced presidential candidate since….well ever.

    More hypoerbole, Man? I thought Steve was an expert in that category. Where’s the proof of your claim. I’m 100% sure you are wrong.

    The subliminal message in your comment is that you think that 4 more years of the same is going to get you an improvement. In that case, you are dead wrong because you haven’t been looking over McSame’s full record.

  13. By manapp99 on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    “The subliminal message in your comment is that you think that 4 more years of the same is going to get you an improvement.”

    I don’t know if you read any newspapers or magazines Wind but here’s a newsflash.

    Bush is not running for president this time. He is term limited and cannot seek office again.

    This message is NOT subliminal. This is not a test.

    McCain, being the maverick he is, will bring the change we need while providing a steady hand on the tiller, so to speak.

    I won’t know about the proof of my claim. Can you prove that he is not? You said you are sure that I am 100% wrong, can you prove it?

  14. By manapp99 on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    Should have read “don’t know” not “won’t know”

  15. By Ditto on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    “If Obama ran for Governor of Alaska would he win?”

    Probably not, and not because of racism either. I believe that Obama has a genuine love of his country, as do I. He wants it to continue to improve and become stronger. A significant majority of Alaskans would rather not be a part of the USA. Just ask Todd and Sarah and the AIP.

    The simple FACT that John W McCain selected Palin as his veep when their feelings about the USA is public record, and now common knowledge, speaks to his leadership capabilities.

    Why do GOPers hate America?

  16. By Ditto on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    “Bush is not running for president this time. He is term limited and cannot seek office again.”

    Bush has been a figure head of the giant oil machine - nothing more. John W McCain seeks to be that figure head now. It’d be the same old greedy, greasy machine with a fresh paint job.

  17. By Lisa on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    Subprime-ACORN-OBAMA-Democrats

    Facts never matter do they? Obama can’t even successfully run a community and he wants to run a country. You think subprime ruined the economy wait till he puts in all the new programs that will further tank the economy.
    I don’t know how much more proof you guys need but you certainly are in some sort of denial.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2008/10/10/video-subprime-loans-affirmative-action-andrew-cuomo/

  18. By Lisa on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    Speaking of Honest Abe

    http://www.nypost.com/seven/10102008/news/politics/1_voter__72_registrations_132965.htm

  19. By steve on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    Windspike:

    You just got owned by your faith comment by manapp. Hilarious.

    Ditto:

    There is basis to the claim that Sarah and Todd were with the group that wanted to leave the US. No basis whatsoever. Look it up!! Sarah Palin was not introduced to her party in the living room of a known terrorist. That is also a fact.

    That one… has the same problem as Clinton. “Someone from the neighborhood” is just like Bill Clinton saying his not having a sexual relationship with Monica was legally accurate.

    Why do you hate freedom?

  20. By Ditto on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    Utter bullshit, Steve. Funny, those must be Todd and Sarah Palin LOOKALIKES in the numerous AIG endorsement videos we’ve seen surface on Internets. They even had all the AIG members fooled too apparently! Does it hurt being that naive? I hope calluses build up after a decade or so of towing these GOP “facts”. Some things never change!

    Barrack has denounced Ayers’ radical actions of 40 years ago. Sarah still LOVES the AIG! Fact and fact.

    Still doing the Clinton bashing thing, eh? Time to expand the repertoire, guitar boy. Yeah I have some recollection of Clinton. He was the president that could balance our collective checkbook. And oh yeah… from the start of the first Clinton term to the end of his presidency my personal income rose over 100%. I make the same now as I did when Bush was appointed POTUSA in 2000. BTW: It’s the same job, I’m the boss, and I am struggling not to lay anyone off. Go free market!

    I do not hate freedom. I’m just down on ignorance and stupidity.

  21. By Windspike on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    McCain, being the maverick he is, will bring the change we need while providing a steady hand on the tiller, so to speak.

    Really, how has his voting for complete deregulation of the banking industry helped the current situation. McSame amounts to more of the same. I don’t have any proof otherwise other than that they claim to be mavericks, which they are not simply because they say so.

  22. By Windspike on Oct 10, 2008 | Reply

    Why do you hate freedom?

    Why do you hate liberty, Steve?

    Oh, and no one owns me, baby.

    Blog on friends, blog on all.

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