One of the most interesting parts of the third debate, for me, was hearing McCain refer to ads criticizing his health care plan as attack ads.
You know, as the same thing as ads implying that Obama is a terrorist.
I'm not inside his head, thank god, so I don't know whether this is a bonehead statement, or just fancy political sidestepping of criticism for his own campaign's relentless negativity.
But his two-faced denials of the doings of his own campaign just don't wash.
And, he is old enough, certainly, to know something about where hate speech leads.
It leads to things like this.
Shame on him.
Shame on his foul side kick.
And shame on anyone coming up with any more excuses why this lame, hate and fear ridden campaign shouldn't be met with the loathing it deserves, not only at the ballot box, but everywhere.
Feds disrupt skinhead plot to assassinate Obama
WASHINGTON – Law enforcement agents have broken up a plot by two neo-Nazi skinheads to assassinate and shoot or decapitate 88 black people, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and Explosives said Monday.
In court records unsealed Monday in U.S. District Court
in Jackson, Tenn., federal agents said they disrupted plans to rob a
gun store and target a predominantly African-American high school in a
murder spree that was to begin in Tennessee. Agents said the skinheads
did not identify the school by name.
in charge of ATF's Nashville field office, said the two men planned to
kill 88 black people, including 14 by beheading. The numbers 88 and 14
are symbolic in the white supremacist community.
The men also sought to go on a national killing spree after the Tennessee murders, with Obama as its final target, Cavanaugh told The Associated Press.
"They said that would be their last, final act — that they would attempt to kill Sen. Obama," Cavanaugh said. "They didn't believe they would be able to do it, but that they would get killed trying."