Voting time nears, and this is OUR "closing argument" on why we will
vote McCain, and you should as well. We've compiled our Top Five
reasons NOT to vote for Obama, to go with our article on Why Vote
McCain on this page.
c4m's Top Five reasons to vote NO to Obama on Nov. 4th:
radical associations, starting more than 25 years ago and cultivated
since then are cause for alarm. How much of the teachings of Frank
Davis, Bill Ayers, Jeremiah Wright, Louis Farrakhan, and other haters
of our great country make up part of Obama's leanings?
4.) The mainstream cheerleader press:
Fourth Estate is supposed to be looking out for Americans and serving
the readers, NOT serving or being beholden to ANY political candidate
or office holder. The press and mainstream TV news departments are
openly rooting for Obama. They're willing partisans, not journalists
anymore. They join leftist Hollywood and pop culture in mindless
3.) NO experience for the job:
himself admits and has said he's "never been in charge of anything" and
that's spooky. We're not comfortable giving the keys to a rookie at
this critical time for our nation. Joe Biden -- the fumbling, bumbling
inept clod said it best himself: The Presidency doesn't need "on the
2.) Joe Biden:
This clumsy, inept gaffe machine needs to retire. He's a Poster Boy for
term limits in Congress if ever there was one. His record in Washington
is littered with pork barrel spending, mindless entitlements, and
downright ridiculous earmarks. He's part of the PROBLEM in Washington,
not part of the solution.
1.) Absolute power corrupts absolutely:
more be said? If Obama is elected, he will have a Democrat controlled
House and a filibuster-proof Senate as his lapdogs. He will be able to
do whatever he wishes with NO checks and balances to hinder him in any
way. He WILL raise taxes, WILL redistribute income, WILL balloon the
deficit and WILL appoint activist, leftist judges to our Supreme Court
and the Federal bench. Who's going to stop him? No one will be able to.
you really want the likes of Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Jack Murtha,
Barney Frank and the rest of the Democrat-dominated WORST Congress in
the history of this country to have a blank check with YOUR earnings?
Or would you rather have someone standing up to these robbers and
Do you really want people like Ayers, Odinga, Wright,
Farrakhan, Hamas, (which has endorsed Obama and called Biden a "great
man") to have the ear of the President of the United States? With such
a President possibly beholden to those who helped him build his base of
Put aside your Party Preference and vote Country First. It takes courage to do so.
race isn't about the color of Obama's skin, it's about the thinness of
it. Do you really want a President who is so paranoid and thin skinned,
so Nixonian, that he attacks the Joe the Plumbers of the country? One
whose campaign, supporters and followers hurl vicious hatred at anyone
not falling in line and supporting this flim-flam man? Who say the only
reasons you might not be voting for Obama is that you're stupid,
ignorant, uneducated or racist?
We say no. Nobama!
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