“Funny comment about Texas. I'm obviously a Texan and am a strong supporter of Obama. I wear my Obama button just about everywhere and have his sign in my yard. I've somehow made it through alive!! There are alot of us Texans who support Obama and don't have Yosemite Sam Pistols. But sadly, the majority of Texans are too ignorant too learn the truth about the issues and just want to believe the "fears and smears" It's good to know that the rest of the country has some sense in their heads. Obama '08!!!!”
ConcernedAboutRFuture on Nov 2, 2008 at 17:48:46
“I'm proud of you Texan...for having courage and common sense among a majority that has none.
“This is all McCain/Palin's fault for inciting this kind of hate and ignorance. Hope over hate! Obama '08!!!”
Shashi0224 on Oct 31, 2008 at 15:01:01
“I agree. McCain and Palin picked at this hatred until it has blown up. They should be held responsible, at least by the media....but they, the media, are so into a "close race" for their ratings that they have not covered the hate and fear being pushed by McCain/Palin. Two of the ugliest candidates I have seen since bush/cheney. Why do some Americans feel the need to hate in order to feel better about themselves? It's very sad.
Obama lifts us up to a higher place. He lives his life with integrity and respect for others. These are attributes to be rewarded and trusted with the Presidency of the Unites States. Barack Obama's goodness can be seen in his eyes and his smile. He is genuine.
VOTE!! VOTE!! Wait in line as long as needed, it's that important.
Obama/Biden '08 and '12!!”
“Very well put! The republican base has completely turned a blind eye to the plight of the poor. There is nothing more Christian based than taking care of the poor. It drives me crazy that republicans think they are hollier than thou b/c of being "pro-life". Neither side is perfect, but atlease Obama has said we need to meet in the middle on these divisive issues! He is the leader we need right now.”
“Way to go Keith! They are purposely inciting hate and viloence. I've seen the footage where McCain hears the audience member shout "terrorist" and does nothing but smirk. This type of thing is so wrong on so many levels. We do have a past of political violence, and I would hope we would be moving past that, but obviously not, thanks to McCain/Palin. It's pathetic. I'm so glad people like Keith Olbermann and Rachel Maddow do their job and do it very well. Obama '08!!!”
“Rachel did great last night! She is the real deal. And I'm so glad she finally called Palin out on her lies. The report found that she abused her power, and she says that it cleared her. What planet is she living on? Keep it up Rachel!!!”
“We should be very afraid of Palin. I read an article about all this AIP stuff a month or so ago. This has got to get out to people. She is an extremist. And spews nothing but lies and hate about Obama. Quite frankly I don't know how you get away with stunts like these. It is very scary and divisive. Obama has to win this thing! Obama '08!!!!”
“"Mildly dangerous" is an understatement! This type of hate speech is unacceptable. The McCain/Palin campaign is delibrately trying to incite violence against a US Senator. Isn't that illegal? When they hear these violent remarks, they say nothing. What does that say about their character? She claims to be a strong Christian, well, this is pure hypocrisy! I've had it with their lies and hate. We've got to win this thing. Obama '08!!!!!”
Dystopic on Oct 8, 2008 at 14:26:04
“christianity is a brand, like for of jordache. nothing more.”
sacrebleu on Oct 8, 2008 at 14:25:23
“I tried to post a similar comment very politely taking Biden to task for not using stronger language to condemn her behavior but it was deleted. I don't get it.”
“Awesome job Keith!! I have wanted someone to bring up her ties to the AIP and especially her husband's stong ties to them. The McCain/Palin campaign is spewing lies like I have never seen. There is a very stark difference between the two campaigns. McCain campaign=HATE Obama campaign=HOPE! Keep up the great job Keith! OBAMA '08”