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Expatriate - i would only had to your statement that the AIP has done nothing illegal and unlike Ayers and the Weatherman, never bombed buildings, targeted civilians to kill and actually murdered anyone as Ayers and his group has.

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i would only had to your statement that the AIP has done nothing illegal and unlike Ayers and the Weatherman, never bombed buildings, targeted civilians to kill and actually murdered anyone as Ayers and his group has.

Ayers murderd who? Any links to reputable source? Sounds like news to me.
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Of course the fact that Ayers was a member of a wana be political fringe group when Obama was 8 years old completely escapes all mention.

Now for a real bonafide terrorist try Osama Bin Laden and all his links to the Bush/McCain regime.

http://www.denverpost.com/rodriguez/ci_4319898

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The push back
http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid1185304443/bctid1847316502

Yesterday McCain seems to be drawing back from personal attacks. I think his most recent increase in negative numbers is related to the campaign he has decided to run. Moderate conservatives are drawing back from hate speach and so is the McCain campaign.

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i would only had to your statement that the AIP has done nothing illegal and unlike Ayers and the Weatherman, never bombed buildings, targeted civilians to kill and actually murdered anyone as Ayers and his group has.

Ayers murderd who? Any links to reputable source? Sounds like news to me.
(no wing nut daily please)
Of course the fact that Ayers was a member of a wana be political fringe group when Obama was 8 years old completely escapes all mention.

Now for a real bonafide terrorist try Osama Bin Laden and all his links to the Bush/McCain regime.

http://www.denverpost.com/rodriguez/ci_4319898

Here is a detailed article on the weatherman's robbery of a Brinks truck and the subsequent murders. While Ayers may not have pulled the trigger, he was part of the group that did and he personally did bombings.

http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/terrorists_spies/terrorists/brinks/5.html

The difference between you and me is that I see the faults of McCain and I am honest enough to admit them and that I'll vote for him despite those faults. You either truly don't see Obama's faults or simply won't admit to them.

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Ayers murderd who? Any links to reputable source? Sounds like news to me.
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Of course the fact that Ayers was a member of a wana be political fringe group when Obama was 8 years old completely escapes all mention.

It absolutely amazes me how willing Obama supporters are to suspend reality in order to believe in their leader. The story of Weather Underground and Ayers' role is clearly established. As for Obama's association, you really need to move past the Obama mantra that he wasn't involved when he was 8 years old. Nobody's claiming that he was, and that line is a feeble attempt to dodge the issue.

The issue is his involvement with an unrepentant Ayers as an adult -- and the idiotic claim that a lawyer and graduate of Columbia and Harvard law didn't know who Ayers was, or that they were involved in political events and Ayers never brought up his radical views.

If I start appearing at events with Charlie Manson, am I excused because the Manson murders happened when I was a kid? By Obama's rules, I apparently would be.

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Perhaps they should replace the donkey with the ostrich?

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As far as who to trust with the economy, here's an interesting link to a letter signed by McCain in 2006 calling for more regulation of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac while Obama was raking in their money and saying there was nothing to worry about.

http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=28973

Funny how the media keeps ignoring Obama's history on Fannie and Freddie while they help him perpetuate the idea that this was Bush's fault and he has all the answers.

But if we go back to the AIP, I'd like to restate that unlike Ayers, Joe Vogler advocated pursuing his aims through the political process.

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On May 25, 2006, approximately 16 months after the bill was introduced and 10 months after the Banking Committee passed it, Senator John McCain announced he was co sponsoring the bill. His action came a week after the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight issued a highly critical report on Fannie Mae. Unfortunately, by then the Banking Committee bill was long dead

Remember Johns campaign manager was on the lobbyist payroll of Fanny Freddy until 3 weeks ago. Sore subject for McCain

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Do you wanna compare dollar amounts taken by McCain vs Obama? What about Obama's vocal support of Fannie and Freddie in the face of criticism? The fact remains that McCain did in fact call for regulation -- which Obama never did.

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Howard stern had a interesting segment in his show yesterday. He sent someone out on the street and asked who they were voting for. When people replied that they were voting for Obama, he asked them how they felt about his stances on things. Except, they switched obamas polocies with Mccains. And every single time they agreed with "obamas" polocies. Even when they were told what was going on they still said that they were voting for Obama, thus proving that they were only voting for a trendy candidate. No knowledge of the actual issues at hand. I personally think its interesting.

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