Thursday, October 16, 2008

Should Have Said It.

Senator Obama, your campaign has used words like "erratic," "out of touch," "lie," "angry," "losing his bearings" to describe Senator McCain.

Senator McCain, your commercials have included words like "disrespectful," "dangerous," "dishonorable," "he lied." Your running mate said he "palled around with terrorists."

Are each of you tonight willing to sit at this table and say to each other's face what your campaigns and the people in your campaigns have said about each other?

And McCain should have turned around and said,

"Senator Obama, with all due respect to a man who has been elected into a public office by American citizens from the state of Illinois, I believe you are a dishonorable, inexperienced, liar who is dangerous because of your association with terrorists and your flippant attitude towards the questions raised about the quality of your political relationships."

And then maybe...

"I also believe it is dishonorable and underhanded that you have not released your birth certificate to answer the question about you being a natural born American who is able to run for President. I believe it is ridiculous that you call yourself a Democrat when it is perfectly evident that you are nothing more than a smooth-talking Socialist. Finally, I don't care if you've decided to say you will have "pre-conditions" when you meet with foreign leaders; they don't have a single care about your pre-conditions... they want to see you dead because you are an American. Stand up like you're an American, have a back bone and say what you mean. Show the naysayers and bigots who call you a terrorist and a commie fag that you're a proud blue-blooded, natural born, vision driven American. Until that time, please stop lying and manipulating the American people. Do not coerce them into getting swept up into your temporary limelight. Be a great American and ask what you can do for your Country... because the answer is to drop out of this race and let someone who is angry, erratic, passionate and determined get this country back on track.

Senator Obama, you are not the man for the job."

And then I would be ridiculously happy to have watched the debate last night and thousands of Americans would be stirred into consciousness by the fact that at least one of our politicians isn't just a campaign puppet spitting out what's "middle of the road" and diplomatic.

Seriously kids, Emily for President 2028. You're Welcome.


staci said...

well, that certainly was not something your man McCain could have said... it didn't mention Joe Plumber once... or 26 times, but who keeping count... LOL

staci said...

looks like he should have SAID a lot more than he did.. and perhaps should have said some of the things he did say.. for his future my dear is not looking very presidential...