Sunday, October 05, 2008

Palin defends her remarks on Obama-Ayers connection

An Associated Press article quotes the 'Cuda in fundraiser speeches over the weekend:
BURLINGAME, Calif. - Sarah Palin defended her claim that Barack Obama "pals around with terrorists," saying the Democratic presidential nominee's association with a 1960s radical is an issue that is "fair to talk about."

Palin, the Republican vice presidential candidate, launched the attack Saturday and repeated it Sunday, signaling a new strategy by John McCain's presidential campaign to go after Obama's character.

"The comments are about an association that has been known but hasn't been talked about," Palin said as she boarded her plane in Long Beach, Calif. "I think it's fair to talk about where Barack Obama kicked off his political career, in the guy's living room."
Of course, the AP defends their candidate.

Obama has denounced the radical views and actions of Bill Ayers, a founder of the violent Weather Underground group during the Vietnam era. On Sunday, Obama dismissed the criticism from the McCain campaign, leveled by Palin, as "smears" meant to distract voters from real problems such as the troubled economy.
Once again, using Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals to deflect the attention from his past. Okay, let's talk about the troubled economy. If McCain/'Cuda start talking about the real source for the troubled economy, obamessiah will start calling that racist as well.
This, and many other associations (Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Tony Rezko, and on, and on, and on) have been well-documented in "smear" books such as David Freddoso's The Case Against Barack Obama and Jerome Corsi's Obama Nation.

I like the fact that 'Cuda mentioning it gets it noticed in the media. Pehaps if it gets repeated enought, people will pay attention and McCain can win this election in spite of his lame campaign.
Look! Shiny object!

Obama & the Dems responsible for Fannie & Freddie

In a series of ads from we discover the truth behind the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac crash:

Hopefully, John McCain and Sara'Cuda will repeat these points with every breath between now and Nov. 4.