Thursday, October 30, 2008

Obama A Socialist Because He Shared His Toys In Kindergarten

UPDATE:1:45 PM Oct. 30, 2008
Anyway Obama finds it difficult to take McCain's campaign outrageous attacks and name callin too seriously:

Sen. Obama Predicts McCain's Next Line of Attack
Obama Shared his Toys in Kindergarten

GOP Sinks To New Low - Dole's Sleazy "Godless" AdOct. 29,2008
CNN's Campbell Brown is "Cutting Through the Bull" about a nasty campaign ad from Elizabeth Dole that labels a candidate "godless."

Obama on the Daily Show w. John Stewart 29/10

Sarah Palin going rogue and off-message as she talks about losing this election and preparing for the 2012 Presidential Election.

CNN: Palin Talks 2012, McCain Aide "Speechless"

The Young Turks -Sarah Palin to Run in 2012

Once again Republicans are reminded that their party does not believe in " equality " that the notion of "Equality " is a Godless European notion.

The Young Turks- Conservative Host Says Equality is Not an American Value
" All men are created equal "

Meanwhile Bush supporters still trying to rig the election but they may be too late but we shall seesoon enough.

More Than 30,000 Registered Coloradans Barred From Voting Wednesday 29 October 2008 by: Naomi Zeveloff, The Colorado Independent

"Thousands of Coloradans have been denied the right to vote because of a policy that may violate federal law. Colorado Secretary of State Mike Coffman has authorized county clerks to purge newly registered voters under the so-called 20-day rule. Here, county clerks must send non-forwardable letters to newly registered voters. If the mail bounces back to the clerks, then they must remove the voter applicants' names from the rolls. Voting rights advocates say that the policy violates the 1965 National Voting Rights Act."

Voting rights advocates say that the policy violates the 1965 National Voting Rights Act. The Advancement Project, a voter protection organization, filed suit on behalf of several other groups against Coffman to halt the practice and reverse course on other voter purges. According to the suit, 3,291 of these 20-day applicants have been removed since August 2007.

"We consider these voters to have been registered when they are entered into the SCORE database," Jenny Flanagan, executive director of Colorado Common Cause told the Colorado Independent, referring to the state's new voter database. "They have met the other requirements for registrations and they are taken off when the cards are returned. There are examples of when there could have been an error."

and so it goes,

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