Dirty Ad


When you compare the Barack Obama of primary season with the general election candidate, all questions about what sort of leader Barack might be, if he ever holds a position of leadership, are answered.

If Barack actually believes in the new kinda politics, he has readily abandoned that belief in order to win at any cost – running a campaign that is as hard-nosed, dishonest, and manipulative as any other. He is the epitome of the old kind of politics. Leaders who abandon their convictions in order to win at any cost have no convictions.

Here’s another slimy, lying ad from Barack.

Here’s what McCain said that is being misrepresented by The (Malicious) One.

McCain: I would also allow individuals to choose to purchase health insurance across state lines, when they can find more affordable and attractive products elsewhere that they prefer. Opening up the health insurance market to more vigorous nationwide competition, as we have done over the last decade in banking, would provide more choices of innovative products less burdened by the worst excesses of state-based regulation. Consumer-friendly insurance policies will be more available and affordable when there is greater competition among insurers on a level playing field.

3 Responses to “Dirty Ad”

  1. 1 Anonymous

    seems he’s just following the Republican playbook.. if you can’t beat them by being the good guys, you may as well follow their lead, win the campaign and then return to a new kind of politics

  2. 2 Anonymous

    Oh yes, he was going to be the friendly candidate, no back stabbing, no lying. He not only is VAGUE about what he wants to do, he sinks to the lowest of so-called campaigning. Wow, just like a lowlife, bottom feeder lawyer.

  3. 3 Anonymous

    Obama can’t even keep his word to his own party, especially to those oh so kind-hearted extremists to the left. Look what he did to Hillary, huh? Is he going to drop Joe Biden and use her to get to the presidency? Talk about diry politics…

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