Date registered: Sep 2007
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Location: Atlanta, GA & Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
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We discussed this on a long conference call today. One of our class is a Fox producer. He provided some of the items listed below regarding the McCain list.
Do you think it had to do with the missteps that McCain has made.
- Picking an obscure running mate who appears to have no experience
- Keeping the running mate away from the press and public for the first month to keep vetting to a minimum
- Very mixed signals on the economy from "the Economy is Fundamentally sound to suspending his campaign for a day in a span of 7 days and showing no grasp of the severity of the economic crisis
- Streams of negative advertising
- Angry, belligerent crowds
- Comments like "That one"
- Missteps during the first and second debate
Obama has not had nearly as many moments where the press has had an opportunity to pounce on him for anything. His message has been clear, his campaign above board. He has managed damage control from McCain negative advertising with surprising patience and control. He has not lost his cool or struck out in anger when the McCain side has obviously tried to make him look inexperienced. The press just has not had much negative stuff to cover.
Yes nothing negative:
1. His ties to Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae
2. His ties to a confessed and unrepentant Domestic Terrorist
3. His ties to and his beliefs in a racist theology that he supported for some 2 decades
4. His decidedly marxist ideals on wealth redistribution
5. His comments about "Typical White People"
6. His comments about "Bitter, Gun & Religion clininging, Xenophobes" of small town America
7. His refusal to release his birth certificate when multiple independent experts have sworn affidavits saying that the one he has supplied is forgery
It is just more evident that the media in this country is the fifth column.
Who's John Galt.
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