McCain – Obama, runda a II-a. Tennessee.

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    A doua dezbatere McCain – Obama, ţinută la universitatea Belmont din Tennessee.

    Partea I



    Partea a II-a

    Partea a III-a

    Partea a IV-a

    Partea a V-a

    Partea a VI-a

    Partea a VII-a

    Partea a VIII-a

    Partea a IX

    Partea a X-a

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    19 COMENTARII

    1. „A year ago, I went to Wall Street and said we’ve got to reregulate”

      cat de senin poate sa fie cand face astfel de afirmatii.

    2. McCain goes full frontal on Obama-Ayers connection

      Barack Obama and domestic terrorist Bill Ayers. Friends. They’ve worked together for years. But Obama tries to hide it. Why?

      Obama launched his political career in Ayers’ living room. Ayers and Obama ran a radical “education” foundation, together. They wrote the foundation’s by-laws, together. Obama was the foundation’s first chairman. Reports say they, “distributed more than $100 million to ideological allies with no discernible improvement in education.”

      When their relationship became an issue, Obama just responded, “This is a guy who lives in my neighborhood.” That’s it?

      We know Bill Ayers ran the “violent left wing activist group” called Weather Underground. We know Ayers’ wife was on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list. We know they bombed the Capitol. The Pentagon. A judge’s home. We know Ayers said, “I don’t regret setting bombs. …. I feel we didn’t do enough.”

      But Obama’s friendship with terrorist Ayers isn’t the issue. The issue is Barack Obama’s judgment and candor. When Obama just says, “This is a guy who lives in my neighborhood,” Americans say, “Where’s the truth, Barack?”

      Barack Obama. Too risky for America.

    3. eram sigur ca spre sfirsitul campaniei McCain o sa bage mai adinc mina in tolba cu secrete murdare ale lui Obama!
      Campania lui McCain o sa ii administreze lui Obama citeva upercuturi zdravene si are material din ambundenta. sa vedem cum va reusi Obama sa reziste si cum va reusi campania lui sa distraga atentia sau sa suceasca faptele.

      inca nu am vaz dezbaterea dar sint curios si o s-o vad cit de curind

    4. se ingroasa gluma pentru obama. se vorbeste deschis si pe cnn, prin intermediu lui Glenn Beck, despre prietenia lui obama cu teroristul ayers:


    5. „More Hope and Change…
      The ACORN Offices in Las Vegas were raided by Nevada State officials today.
      Several computers and docuements were seized in the raid”

      http://gatewaypundit.blogspot.com/2008/10/acorn-offices-raided-in-las-vegas.html

      „Nevada state authorities seized records and computers Tuesday from the Las Vegas office of an organization that tries to get low-income people registered to vote, after fielding complaints of voter fraud.

      Bob Walsh, spokesman for the Nevada secretary of state’s office, told FOXNews.com the raid was prompted by ongoing complaints about „erroneous” registration information being submitted by the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, also called ACORN.

      The group was submitting the information through a voter sign-up drive known as Project Vote.

      „Some of them used nonexistent names, some of them used false addresses and some of them were duplicates of previously filed applications,” Walsh said, describing the complaints, which largely came from the registrar in Clark County, Nev.

      Secretary of State Ross Miller said the fraudulent registrations included forms for the starting lineup of the Dallas Cowboys football team.

      „Tony Romo is not registered to vote in the state of Nevada, and anybody trying to pose as Terrell Owens won’t be able to cast a ballot on Nov. 4,” Miller said.

      Walsh said agents from both the secretary of state’s office and Nevada attorney general’s office conducted the raid at 9:30 a.m. local time, and „took a bunch of stuff.” Miller’s office reported seizing eight computer hard drives and about 20 boxes of documents. „

    6. Obama leads McCain by 10 points: Wash Post/ABC poll

      WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is leading his Republican rival John McCain 53 percent to 43 percent among likely voters, according to a Washington Post-ABC News opinion poll released on Monday.

      Sixty-four percent of voters now view Obama favorably, up six percentage points from early September, according to the poll taken after Tuesday night’s presidential debate.

      Nearly a third of voters have a better opinion of the Illinois senator because of his debate performance while eight percent have a lower opinion of him, the poll found.

      Twelve percent of voters have a higher opinion of Arizona Sen. McCain after the debate, while 26 percent said they had a worse opinion of him.

      The final debate on Wednesday at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, will be the last of three face-offs between the two candidates before the November 4 election.

      According to the poll, 52 percent of voters now strongly favor McCain, down seven percentage points from early September.

      More than half of respondents, 59 percent said the Arizona senator has been mainly attacking his opponent rather than addressing the issues, up from 48 percent who said the same thing in August, the Post reported.

      Sixty-eight percent of respondents said Obama has been mainly addressing the issues.

      On taxes, an issue McCain has been aggressively highlighting, Obama has gained a significant lead over his opponent.

      According to the poll, Obama now leads McCain 52 percent to 41 percent on the question of who is trusted to handle taxes. In late September, the candidates were near even on that question with Obama ahead of McCain by two percentage points, 48 percent to 46 percent.

      The poll of 1,101 adults, including 945 registered votes, was taking Wednesday though Saturday. The margin of error is plus or minus three percentage points for the full sample and three-point-five percentage points for the sample of 766 likely voters.

    7. Obama, pe linga toate prieteniile lui teroriste, extremiste si de tot felul, se pare ca nu este nici macar eligibil pentru functia de presedente, conform constitutiei. Asta era o discutie mai veche care iese usor la iveala.

      Philip J. Berg, a former University of Toledo School of Law graduate, has filed a lawsuit against Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama. He’s claiming the Illinois senator is not a U.S. citizen and therefore ineligible to run for president.




      Mai ramane sa aflam ca Obama face parte din Al Quaida si ca odata ce ajunge in Casa Alba se va arunca in aer, ca a fost implicat si in mineriadele din romanesti. Nu va mai reusi sa mire pe nimeni. Pe mine nu ma mai poate mira cu nimica. Socant este modul in care 99% din presa este vinduta unui comunist-musulman-indonezian. Sa spunem ca Obama are probleme la bibilica, nu poate fi altfel decit detestabil, dar toata presa? Este posibil ca subversiunea sa fi atins un stadiu atit de avansat incit ce-a de a treia putere in stat si unul din cele 2 mari partide amerciane sint controlate de „activisti” comunisti?

      Se pare ca da.

    8. Problema cu Berg?

      Screw Loose Change has dealt with Phillip Berg before. It turns out that Berg thinks Bush and Cheney either created 9/11 or let it happen deliberately. Conspiracy theory nuts don’t usually stop at one paranoid fantasy, and this demonstrates it. It turns out he has quite a history of lawsuits and publicity stunts, and this was written at the beginning of 2007. (via Public Secrets)

      Nu e genul de om care sa poata fi crezut.

    9. aha. m-am cam grabit. dar cu sau fara ca asta sa fie valabil, nu este o garantie ca peste 4 ani presa nu va alege candidat la presedentie pe cineva care nu stie limba engleza iar si sa acuze de discriminare pe cei care spun ca nu inteleg ce zice.

    10. inca un grup de idealisti sectanti din cultul lui Obama, intr-un mars al copiilor. nu contenesc sa apara semnele ca Obama sa crede Iubitul Conducator si ca la gindul lui multi oameni se „zombifica”. se vede in clipul de jos:



    11. Poate ca totusi Obama este mai mult las si oportunist decit socialist. acuma face ce il acuza pe McCain ca ar face daca ar iesi presedinte: in loc sa schimbe oamenii de la connducere cu altii noi, same old…


    12. ieri pe cltv garrard mcclendon a avut-o invitata pe mary mitchell intr-o emisiune deidcata rasismului.
      mary mitchell este editorialista la chicago sun-times.
      si, dupa umila mea parere – o activista feroce.

      What is white privilege?
      By Mary Mitchellon September 16, 2008 1:30 PM | Permalink | Comments (114) | TrackBacks (0)
      The following essay recently landed in my e-mail. The author is Tim Wise, and the article first appeared at BuzzFlash.com, but I’ve heard the same sentiments expressed by friends and associates:

      For those who still can’t grasp the concept of white privilege, or who are constantly looking for some easy-to-understand examples of it, perhaps this list will help.

      White privilege is when you can get pregnant at seventeen like Bristol Palin and everyone is quick to insist that your life and that of your family is a personal matter, and that no one has a right to judge you or your parents, because „every family has challenges,” even as black and Latino families with similar „challenges” are regularly typified as irresponsible, pathological and arbiters of social decay.

      White privilege is when you can call yourself a „fuckin’ redneck,” like Bristol Palin’s boyfriend does, and talk about how if anyone messes with you, you’ll „kick their fuckin’ ass,” and talk about how you like to „shoot shit” for fun, and still be viewed as a responsible, all-American boy (and a great son-in-law to be) rather than a thug.

      White privilege is when you can attend four different colleges in six years like Sarah Palin did (one of which you basically failed out of, then returned to after making up some coursework at a community college), and no one questions your intelligence or commitment to achievement, whereas a person of color who did this would be viewed as unfit for college, and probably someone who only got in the first place because of affirmative action.

      White privilege is when you can claim that being mayor of a town smaller than most medium-sized colleges, and then Governor of a state with about the same number of people as the lower fifth of the island of Manhattan, makes you ready to potentially be president, and people don’t all piss on themselves with laughter, while being a black U.S. Senator, two-term state Senator, and constitutional law scholar, means you’re „untested.”

      White privilege is being able to say that you support the words „under God” in the pledge of allegiance because „if it was good enough for the founding fathers, it’s good enough for me,” and not be immediately disqualified from holding office–since, after all, the pledge was written in the late 1800s and the „under God” part wasn’t added until the 1950s–while believing that reading accused criminals and terrorists their rights (because, ya know, the Constitution, which you used to teach at a prestigious law school requires it), is a dangerous and silly idea only supported by mushy liberals.

      White privilege is being able to be a gun enthusiast and not make people immediately scared of you.

      White privilege is being able to have a husband who was a member of an extremist political party that wants your state to secede from the Union, and whose motto was „Alaska first,” and no one questions your patriotism or that of your family, while if you’re black and your spouse merely fails to come to a 9/11 memorial so she can be home with her kids on the first day of school, people immediately think she’s being disrespectful.

      White privilege is being able to make fun of community organizers and the work they do–like, among other things, fight for the right of women to vote, or for civil rights, or the 8-hour workday, or an end to child labor–and people think you’re being pithy and tough, but if you merely question the experience of a small town mayor and 18-month governor with no foreign policy expertise beyond a class she took in college–you’re somehow being mean, or even sexist.

      White privilege is being able to convince white women who don’t even agree with you on any substantive issue to vote for you and your running mate anyway, because all of a sudden your presence on the ticket has inspired confidence in these same white women, and made them give your party a „second look.”

      White privilege is being able to fire people who didn’t support your political campaigns and not be accused of abusing your power or being a typical politician who engages in favoritism, while being black and merely knowing some folks from the old-line political machines in Chicago means you must be corrupt.

      White privilege is being able to attend churches over the years whose pastors say that people who voted for John Kerry or merely criticize George W. Bush are going to hell, and that the U.S. is an explicitly Christian nation and the job of Christians is to bring Christian theological principles into government, and who bring in speakers who say the conflict in the Middle East is God’s punishment on Jews for rejecting Jesus, and everyone can still think you’re just a good churchgoing Christian, but if you’re black and friends with a black pastor who has noted (as have Colin Powell and the U.S. Department of Defense) that terrorist attacks are often the result of U.S. foreign policy and who talks about the history of racism and its effect on black people, you’re an extremist who probably hates America.

      White privilege is not knowing what the Bush Doctrine is when asked by a reporter, and then people get angry at the reporter for asking you such a „trick question,” while being black and merely refusing to give one-word answers to the queries of Bill O’Reilly means you’re dodging the question, or trying to seem overly intellectual and nuanced.

      White privilege is being able to claim your experience as a POW has anything at all to do with your fitness for president, while being black and experiencing racism is, as Sarah Palin has referred to it a „light” burden.

      And finally, white privilege is the only thing that could possibly allow someone to become president when he has voted with George W. Bush 90 percent of the time, even as unemployment is skyrocketing, people are losing their homes, inflation is rising, and the U.S. is increasingly isolated from world opinion, just because white voters aren’t sure about that whole „change” thing. Ya know, it’s just too vague and ill-defined, unlike, say, four more years of the same, which is very concrete and certain.

      White privilege is, in short, the problem.

      asta e de pe blogul ei.
      http://blogs.suntimes.com/mitchell/2008/09/what_is_white_privilege.html

    13. imperialistule – daca tu esti cel care a sters teste mele – multumesc.

      de cand ati schimbat blogul, imi mananca foarte multe resurse.

      in interviul de aseara mi-a atras atentia un fapt.
      se plang ca afroamericans primesc imprumuturi pentru case foarte greu si o pun asta pe seama rasismului albilor.
      si ca ( sic!) obama a iesit presedinte tocmai pentru ca sa le inchida activistilor gura.
      deci daca nu iesea obama – clar era rasisimul la mikoc. acum daca a iesit obama e evident ca e o conspiratie, ceva.

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