The language of the McCain-Palin campaign now goes far beyond the divisive language that has most typically characterized U.S. political campaigns. McCain and Palin are promoting a perception of Obama as an enemy, not as an opponent.
Canada has a form of democratic socialism yet I don't see them suddenly amassing an army and marching across the border to impose their health care system, crazy accents, and Moulson beer on us. Inflicting Celine Dion on us was enough.
Considering that it's Bush who has presided over the biggest nationalization of American banking since the 1930s, it must be hard for Kurtz and his ilk to understand the difference between socialism and "social democratic."
As an owner of a minority and woman owned small business, no longer do I want to see power and wealth concentrated amongst a small segment of our society. Real "change" will promote the growth of all small business enterprises while evening the playing field for minorities and women.
I have traveled to an alternative universe, and you can, too. Just go RealClearPolitics.com and scroll down to the lower right-hand and click on "Reader Articles". Here, you will enter the world of the right-wing blogosphere.