Friday, September 5, 2008

GA Rep. Lynn Westmoreland: Obama's Uppity

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The GOP's white sheet is showing (again) as the Congressman from Georgia sets his inner bigot free. There's a reason the RNC has hit a record low in black

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maha said:

dude, i wouldn't jump on the bandwagon either. the democrats said this, the republicans said gets everyone absolutely no where.

the problem is that if it weren't effective it wouldn't be used as a weapon.

for example:

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) said that Obama's middle name – Hussein – is relevant to the public discourse surrounding his candidacy, saying in March that if Obama were elected, "Then the radical Islamists, the al Qaeda, the radical Islamists and their supporters, will be dancing in the streets in greater numbers than they did on Sept. 11 because they will declare victory in this War on Terror."

when you read a statement like that, what goes through your mind? the word BULLSHIT goes off in my mind, but you'd be surprised just how many people believe it. it's sad. it's sad beyond words. the gamers i play with aren't idiots. we're all adults, we all have fairly good jobs, some MUCH better than others. i know wealthy gamers, poor gamers, educated and non, but none of that matters because when it comes down to it scared shitless is scared shitless.

when the people we look to for guidance can so very easily say such ignorant things it's no wonder over half the people i've talked to believe the same thing. it's unreal....absolutely unreal.

statements like that say only one thing to me. our education system does not work. it clearly doesn't help people learn a damn thing. these are the types of people we allow to run our country.

this is SCARY. it matters not to me that it came from a republican or a democrat...there are people just like that everywhere. they drive cars!!!

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