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Why McCain must not be elected…

September 11, 2008

If it’s not obvious, my blog is likely to get more politically-oriented in the next couple months leading up to the election. Because the fact of it is, folks, this one matters.

For my non-American readers, I apologize since I’m sure our politics bore your pants clean off. I’ll try to intersperse lighter fare. But the fact is that if McCain wins, we are literally going to be in a world of shit.

You may not trust Obama. He’s a politician and as the saying goes, if someone or something seems to good to be true, it probably is.

But we have had great Presidents in the past. We’ve had Lincoln, and Kennedy — both of whom, incidentally, had less experience than Obama — and I believe that leaders like that still exist. I believe that someone like Obama can be genuine, and I would rather take a chance on him, even given the slim possibility that he’s lying about his goodness, than throw the future away on a man who is almost certainly telling the truth about his evil.

You may not want Obama — but do you really want the alternative?

Think about it.

From → politics, YouTube

  1. Katie permalink

    That’s a really powerful movie. I already was terrified, but now even more so. Thanks.

  2. Katie permalink

    Shoot. I reread my comment and it sounded sarcastic. No, I really do mean thank you. Seriously.

  3. Rin permalink

    Good information.

    Could have done without the music thou, but good information.

  4. Nathan permalink

    Every time I think about McCain being elected my stomach feels like it’s turning itself inside out. Surely we as Americans can’t be stupid enough to invite another war-happy imbecile to sit behind the Oval Office desk.

  5. Dorkman permalink

    Bush got re-elected in 2004. Much as I hate to admit it, I think it’s obvious that we as Americans can be that stupid.

    But the margin by which Bush won was the closest in history (51% to Kerry’s 49%), and he and the war and the party are unpopular. I like to think that means Obama will win by a wider margin, but he’s not going to coast through and this is too important not to get involved.

  6. Patrick permalink

    Looks more like a lot of video clips taken out of context and edited for dramatic effect than serious politics to me…
    As such it is done very well.

  7. RhysFletcher permalink

    Well me being down here in Australia, I dont worry about american politics all that much, or politics in general, but If i was over there in america, id vote for michael moore for president. He seems like a good candidate. The country would be in good hands. lol.

  8. “Looks more like a lot of video clips taken out of context and edited for dramatic effect than serious politics to me…”

    That’s exactly what it is. Comments taken out of context and/or blown out of proportion.

    No offense, but for anyone who takes this video seriously, I’m inclined to not take YOU seriously. This is scare tactics at it’s worst. It’s statements twisted and put together to make it sound as if McCain WANTS war, and if he gets elected it’s like an automatic death sentence for millions of people.

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