Now you've been nationally outed, you racist jackass.
Notice how he tries to hide it when the camera's on him.
There should be a movement to name this SoB.
(From a Palin rally today (surprised?) in Johnstown, Pa. (CBS link.))
Mr. Bush has been telling people privately that it’s a good thing he’s in charge..
“He said that if it was going to happen at all, he was glad it was happening under his presidency, because he had a good group of people in D.C. working for him,”.....
“He thought by this happening now, that perhaps everyone could see signs of improvement before the next president comes into office.”
A woman stood up at the meeting.... and told Mr. McCain that she could not trust Mr. Obama because he was an “Arab.”
Mr. McCain replied: “No, ma’am, he’s a decent family man, a citizen, who I just happen to have disagreements with on fundamental issues. And that’s what this campaign is all about.”
"I have to tell you. Sen. Obama is a decent person and a person you don't have to be scared of as president of the United States," McCain said as the crowd booed and shouted "Come on, John!"
Trying to head off a potentially embarrassing state ethics report on GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, campaign officials released their own report Thursday that clears her of any wrongdoing.
A McCain campaign official explained the change: “That language was mistakenly included in the initial draft and it’s been corrected. It doesn’t reflect the intentions of the initiative, which necessitated the correction and the removal of the sentence. A simple mistake.”
A draft report by American intelligence agencies concludes that Afghanistan is in a “downward spiral” and casts serious doubt on the ability of the Afghan government to stem the rise in the Taliban’s influence there, according to American officials familiar with the document..
Both will work with Obama state director Steve Schale, who has put together the biggest field team ever field by a party, Republican or Democratic. There are more than 50 open field offices and more than 10,000 active volunteers. In addition, the Obama campaign is outspending McCain on television in the expensive state by a factor of five to one, records show.
Matthew Kindig, an Obama campaign volunteer, soon entered the room with a handful of forms..
"They come in so often we have learned their names," Landers added.
"If All It's Going to Do Is Depress You, Don't Watch It".
Rush Limbaugh's advice to his listeners for next week's debate.
John McCain would pay for his health plan with major reductions to Medicare and Medicaid, a top aide said, in a move that independent analysts estimate could result in cuts of $1.3 trillion over 10 years to the government programs......
The McCain campaign hasn't given a specific figure for the cuts, but didn't dispute the analysts' estimate.
Worse, Palin's routine attacks on the media have begun to spill into ugliness. In Clearwater, arriving reporters were greeted with shouts and taunts by the crowd of about 3,000. Palin then went on to blame Katie Couric's questions for her "less-than-successful interview with kinda mainstream media." At that, Palin supporters turned on reporters in the press area, waving thunder sticks and shouting abuse. Others hurled obscenities at a camera crew. One Palin supporter shouted a racial epithet at an African American sound man for a network and told him, "Sit down, boy.".
Sixty-eight percent are confident in the Democratic presidential nominee's ability to handle the financial crisis, 18 points ahead of McCain, and 42 points ahead of President Bush.
In the poll, 35 percent are bothered by Obama's support from Al Sharpton and his association with his former pastor, Jeremiah Wright.
(To put that number in perspective, however, 53 percent say they are bothered by the fact that former lobbyists are working for McCain's campaign.)