What else didn’t Sarah Palin know? It’s starting to leak out of the McCain camp now. Check out this site and Bill O’Reilly video. It shows that Sarah Palin was abhorrently uninformed about basic matters affecting national security and that John McCain was trying to commit a fraud on the American people by nonetheless presenting Palin as capable. When he chose Palin, and then failed to drop her when he knew that she would be dangerous for the country, John McCain was acting treasonously. “Treason” = disloyalty to one’s country. Shame on him. If you think this judgment is harsh, consider that McCain is probably covering up his medical condition too, which would make it more likely that he might have put Sarah Palin in charge of the United States. McCain treated the choice of Palin as if it was a silly game, as though it wouldn’t have endangered millions of Americans by giving them no leadership at a time of massive multi-front crises.
John McCain disgusts me for what he hid from Americans about Sarah Palin. He also disgusts me for what he tried to do to Barack Obama for the past year.
Last night, John McCain offered some cheap words of congratulations to Barack Obama. McCain’s low rent audience offered mostly derision to Obama in response. Again, shame on John McCain. This is what he gets for slandering a decent man, unjustly failing to call out our followers when they accuse Obama of being a Muslim, friend of terrorists, of highly suspect moral character and incompetent. This is what you reap for lying to your followers that Barack Obama’s policies were the opposite of what they are. Tons and tons of lies spewed at Obama over the past year and now McCain stands up and tells his deluded and misinformed followers that Obama is a fine man and will make a good President.
We can only hope that one of those people that McCain has gotten enraged through his countless lies doesn’t successfully assassinate Barack Obama. I will hold John McCain personally responsible if that happens.
McCain’s campaign is now, more than ever, certifiably without any class at all. For all I care, McCain can take all of those cheap words from last night and leave the national stage in total disgrace. History won’t be kind to McCain. Nor should it be.