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Sunday, November 2, 2008

It’s a Black and White Thing

Sometimes, I just can’t figure people out. As I write this, we’re less than 48 hours away from the first polls opening and several surveys from different states still show up to 6% of the voters are still “undecided.” What exactly are they waiting for to make up their mind?

This election should be black and white – and I’m not talking about the race of the candidates. Obama is the most liberal Senator in congress and, by far, the most liberal candidate to ever run for president. McCain isn’t the most conservative candidate to come down the pike but next to Obama he’s another Reagan.

Just compare the candidates on several mainstream issues:


Obama is radically pro-abortion. His extreme views go well beyond they typical “pro-choice” ideas of many abortion advocates. While he served in the IL Senate, the “Born Alive Infant Protection Act” was introduced to prevent doctors from denying care to babies who were born alive after botched abortions. Obama voted against the bill 3 times. Obama also supports the abominable practice of “partial birth abortions.”

McCain said he thought Roe v. Wade should be overturned and said he would support exceptions to a ban on abortion in cases of rape, incest, and when the mother’s life is in danger.” I told you that McCain is no Reagan but he’s at least closer to the right side of this issue.

The Gay Agenda:

Obama is a friend to gays. He supports the adoption of children by gay couples and opposes any ban on gay marriage. Consider this quote from the “Gay City News
“Obama supports full repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act, while New York Democratic Senator Hillary Clinton advocates getting rid of only the section denying federal recognition to legal same-sex marriages…. Arizona Republican Senator John McCain voted for DOMA, supported an unsuccessful Arizona amendment against same-sex marriage and domestic partnerships, and has to date opposed the federal marriage amendment, but said he might change his view if it became necessary-for example, if DOMA were repealed.”
Need I say more?

Judicial Activism:

McCain strongly opposes judges making laws from the bench. Obama’s now famous radio interview has him lamenting that courts didn’t get more involved in the redistribution wealth.

The Second Amendment:

McCain has been endorsed by the NRA for his support of the Second Amendment. He recently fought against Washington DC’s ban on handguns. You might recall when Obama, while pandering to a San Francisco audience, said that PA (and other Midwest citizens) cling to their “guns and religion.


You’ve seen Joe the plumber. You’ve heard Biden’s remarks. The Obama plan is one of socialism disguised as “fairness,” “patriotism,” and “spreading the wealth.” If you recall, Clinton used to call more taxes, “investments.”

The list could go on and on. These guys are complete opposites. Why does anyone need to think twice about how to vote? There is no doubt or shades of gray between the two; the difference is black and white!

1 comment:

ron bentley said...

Hey brother ,
All we can do is watch and wait
for the next 2 years. A fool will
show himself , if we will see what is
going on. Maybe we can eventually get
some new younger conservatives that