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Sunday, March 23, 2008

Election 08, Barack, Hillary, Joe McCarthy, Black Voters, Blacks, Patriotism, and Bill Clinton as a Used Car Salesman You Can't Trust

"Bill Clinton is sounding and acting like a old, bigoted, redneck, used car salesman. The problem is no one wants to buy that old used car he is selling." I have also come to the conclusion that Bill Clinton is nothing less than a modern day Joe McCarthy, or better yet a modern day George Wallace or J.B. Stoner. But I'm not the only one that thinks he is a modern day Joe McCarthy.

Check out the article by Tim Shipman on how:
Bill Clinton branded a 'modern-day McCarthy'

Tim Shipman writes, Bill Clinton has become embroiled in an election race row after he appeared to question the patriotism of Barack Obama. "Mr Obama's supporters promptly accused Mr Clinton of being a modern-day Joe McCarthy, the senator who led a government witch hunt for communists during the 1950s. The controversy began while the former president was discussing the prospect of an election between his wife, Hillary, and the Republican John McCain.

Mr Clinton told a group of war veterans in North Carolina: "I think it would be a great thing if we had an election year where you had two people who loved this country and were devoted to the interests of this country".

That was interpreted as a dig at Mr Obama, whose pastor, the Rev Jeremiah Wright, was exposed last week for delivering sermons in which he told worshippers, "God damn America''.

The Illinois senator used a speech on race to denounce Mr Wright's words, but asked voters to understand black Americans' anger.

Tony McPeak, a retired air force general and the co-chairman of the Obama campaign, hit back at Mr Clinton, saying: "I was going to college when Joe McCarthy was accusing good Americans of being traitors, so I've had enough of it.'' More HERE

AAPP: I agree with Tonny McPeak. America has had enough of Bill Clinton Color Aroused campaigning. It's time for Hillary to Concede.

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