The Republican Party’s newest mouthpiece, Newsmax, is calling for Georgians to stop Obama’s “liberal agenda” by voting for Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss against Democrat Jim Martin in a historic Senate runoff which could hand control of Congress to President-elect Barack Obama and the Democratic Party.
“The Dec. 2 special election comes on the heels of the Nov. 4 election in which incumbent Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss outpolled liberal Democratic challenger Jim Martin. But Chambliss fell just short of the 50-percent margin that Georgia law requires. Already, a tsunami of cash from across the country is pouring into both campaigns. ”
Americans overwhelmingly elected Barack Obama for a reason: Change! If he is going to be able to make the big changes needed to overturn eight years of mismanagement and corruption, he is going to need the support of the Congress. Help Obama get the support he needs by helping elect Georgian Democrat Jim Martin to the US Senate. You can do this by voting for him (if you are from Georgia) as early as Nov. 17th or send a campaign contribution to https://services.myngp.com/ngponlineservices/contribution.aspx?X=NqjXO81IXYZntPaqXypreP1LqSo0CHUy
According to Time, McCain campaign staffers in Virginia are teaching volunteers to see Barack Obama as having terrorist friends, and then providing these volunteers with arguments for persuading voters that Sen. Obama, like Osama Bin Laden, shares responsibility for bombings of the Pentagon. This is McCain’s PR machine run amuck. It’s dangerous and intended to incite anger and violent responses. Ultimately it’s a last ditch effort from a desperate campaign that’s losing ground by the moment.
McCain and Palin’s fear mongering tactics unfortunately appear to be spreading as lawmakers in Rensselaer County, NY are calling for an investigation into the misspelling of Barack Obama’s name on absentee ballots. 300 absentee ballots were recently sent out that read “Barack Osama.” Election officials say the mistake was a typo. Here is an interview with best-selling conservative author Frank Schaeffer and former McCain supporter denouncing McCain’s campaign for inciting hatred and violence toward Barack Obama.
“John McCain: In 2000, as a lifelong Republican, I worked to get you elected instead of George W. Bush. In return, you wrote an endorsement of one of my books about military service. You seemed to be a man who put principle ahead of mere political gain. You have changed. You have a choice: Go down in history as a decent senator and an honorable military man with many successes, or go down in history as the latest abettor of right-wing extremist hate…”http://www.democracynow.org/2008/10/13/former_mccain_supporter_accuses_the_senator