>McCain’s Slime, Palin’s Ethics

>How can I write about Bessemer issues when the McCain/Palin fib machine puts out enough garbage everyday to fill a dumpster?

John McCain has allowed his campaign to sink the the lowest slime level I have seen in decades in a political campaign. Worse than…Slimy the Worm, Oscar the Grouch’s friend!

There are many similarities. Slimy is known for such things as parachuting out of an airplane and doing things heroic. He used to just squeak and wiggle, but more recently began to talk. But enough of the similarities.

So Barack Obama supported teaching children about inappropriate touching to help protect them from pedophiles, and McCain comes up with an ad saying he was wanting to teach them “comprehensive sex education.”

So John McCain is against protecting little girls from sex perverts, I guess?

The Obama campaign responded:

It is shameful and downright perverse for the McCain campaign to use a bill that was written to protect young children from sexual predators as a recycled and discredited political attack against a father of two young girls.”

Palin ? Ethics?

Sarah Palin takes per diem pay for staying at her own home, and let’s the taxpayers pay for her 7 year old daughter’s plane tickets and claims to be against wasteful spending?

Sarah Palin lies about being against the bridge to nowhere, and McCain flat out lies about it saying she “stopped the bridge to nowhere.” And you McCain/ Palin fans are still considering voting for them?

Does integrity not matter to Republicans?

And shouldn’t the Vice President of the United States understand our government’s role in issues like housing?

She said Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac had “gotten too big and too expensive to the taxpayers.

Shouldn’t she know that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are not taxpayer funded and are private companies? (It’s the Bush (Bush=McCain) bailout that might be too expensive for taxpayers, however, but that is another story).

“You would like to think that someone who is going to be vice president and conceivable president would know what Fannie and Freddie do,” said Dean Baker, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research. “These are huge institutions and they are absolutely central to our country’s mortgage debt. To not have a clue what they do doesn’t speak well for her, I’d say.”

And you Republicans still think she is qualified to run the country?

My suggestion if McCain is elected: let’s start the life support on November 5 just to insure that “heartbeat away” thing doesn’t become a reality.

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