Oldster wrote on
Jan 22, 2008 8:02 PM:
" I wouldn't hesitate to
vote for a Muslim if I felt they were the best
candidate. It's unfortunate that anyone feels this
portion of the "myth" even requires "de-bunking".
Doctorate wrote on Jan 22, 2008 6:12 PM:
" Bigupa--why should no
Hussein ever represent the US? How about a Sanchez, an
O'Patrick, a Freitag? Is this how you vote; by name?
Take your own suggestion and read up on the candidate,
and I don't mean those idiotic emails that have been
floating around about Obama being a muslim etc. They
were debunked months ago. "
3450527 wrote on
Jan 22, 2008 6:06 AM:
" Why do those in the
media have an uncontrollable urge to tell us who we
should vote for? Do we now have to suspend belief (as if
we didn't already) whenever we see another story or
editorial? Do we need now to take into account the
paper's announced bias? Maybe I should be thankful that
the bias is admitted to, instead of hidden and
constantly denied like so many 'national' media
bigupa wrote on
Jan 21, 2008 6:22 PM:
" I cannot support Barack
Hussein Obama for president. In my opinion no Hussein
should represent the United States. Call me crazy, but
this should be a concern for all American's especially
in this day and age.
I am registered Independant
because I have supported republicans and democrats in
the past and have not participated in their respective
primaries. I chose to support Hilary Clinton and change
party affiliation in an attempt to beat Obama in Nevada,
So please all concerned Nevadans read
up on "Barack Hussein Obama", look past his color, and
ask yourselves if a person with his past should be
president. I say 'No' and will vote republican before
Obama and I think other independants and democrats
should do the same. "
michaelb wrote on
Jan 19, 2008 9:34 AM:
" Please note the people
who are now slandering Obama (not a muslim, gives the
pledge without any complaint) are all right-wingers.
They're trying to bring up the red scare, 2nd amendment,
As a registered Republican, I disavow these
tactics. Obama may have some progressive policies, but
he's got a traditional, conservative approach to it. He
doesn't want to ban all guns, he wants to allow states
and cities to disallow the streetsweepers and assault
rifles from their streets. In other words STATES RIGHTS
on gun control. Live in a rural state? Your local
politicians will not take away your guns.
guy's the real deal. He got police support for
videotaping confessions. He models his revolutionary,
visionary style on Reagan's ability to create majorities
in the 80's. It's not about labels, people. It's about
ideas. Don't listen to the scare tactics; go to
snopes.com to get the scoop on those liars. "