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I laughed aloud while reading Maureen Sutton's rambling Oct. 17 diatribe in which she presumed to offer advice to John McCain.
First of all, from what I read in letters to The Pilot, many decent Republicans and independents have not been driven into stony silence.
The stony silence is a characteristic of the Barack Obama public relations department, commonly known as the mainstream media. They have nothing to say about his character, his accomplishments or his associates. I wonder why?
To what innuendo and exaggeration does Sutton refer?
Who are the so-called Christians who cheered when our elected officials were assassinated?
Her statement that "many of (McCain's) supporters still believe that Obama is a Muslim" is laughable in the extreme. Can she name some names, or is this innuendo?
The statement, "Anyone with a television can watch them shouting, 'Kill Obama,'" is unfounded. It was widely reported that "someone" shouted this, but not one of the security personnel in attendance could substantiate it.
No one in attendance was able to verify that this occurred. No evidence that it happened is on tape anywhere. It was a lie told by the media that was accepted as true and simply regurgitated by Sutton.
Does it also not bother her that organizations like Daily Kos and Democratic Underground, both staunch Obama supporters, reported that Bristol Palin's child was the product of incest? This can be verified. Here Sutton seems to have lost her outrage.
McCain had the decency to chastise someone in his audience who delivered an ad hominem attack against Obama, yet "That One" did not have the decency to repudiate the disgusting lies perpetrated by leftists and published by his public relations department.
McCain has nothing for which to apologize. Sutton and Obama, however, do.
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