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Monday, April 14, 2008

“Progressive” Democrats Target Small-Town America

Has anyone else noticed a pattern of “progressive” Democrats venting their frustrations on small-town people?

Gov. Jon Corzine has targeted small towns with a grossly unfair school aid funding formula and the reduction or total elimination of municipal aid. Corzine claims the state of New Jersey just can’t afford small towns any more.

Presidential candidate Barack Obama tells his San Francisco supporters that small-town people in Pennsylvania are “bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment”.

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At 11:22 AM, Blogger Mr. Bingley said...

No no no: they are munificently sharing the glories of their superior intellect and reasoning with us. They know better what's best for us.

Don't tell me you're schtooopeed like the rest of us and can't acknowledge this!

We're all too dummmmm to realize what racist violent xenophobes we are.

I know I am.

At 4:26 PM, Blogger Trent Williams said...

It is sad to equate guns with bitterness. Self defense is protecting from bitterness - not bitterness itself. Guns that can be gotten illegally need to be defended with those that can be gotten legally. Unfortunately Barack Obama mistakenly believes that taking away guns owned by law abiding citizens will solve the problems of guns obtained by criminals. Where would America be if citizens weren't allowed to have guns? No revolution, no freedom.

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At 5:54 AM, Anonymous charlie said...

Liberal democrats are attacking all of us who love God, our country, freedom, the constitution and life. All of you who love you these things and our way of life must get out and vote against obama and other liberal democrats before they completely destroy everything we hold dear. John McCain is the man we need to lead our country

At 2:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know why people can't see this. Since when does being a Christian and standing up for the right to bear arms make me bitter? This is a prejudice of the worst kind. Why are people so willing to overlook these things when they are said by liberals?

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At 6:58 PM, Anonymous teacher_lady said...

I have often wondered why it is okay to paint Christians as fanatical or bitter. We are neither. Also, my great-grandparents were immigrants. They came from Italy - right through Ellis Island. Legally. I would never have an anti-immigrant sentiment. That's how I got here. Not all of us are descendents of the original colonists, for crying out loud. But, I guess all the ills of the world are the fault of small town, Christian Americans. Sheesh.

Another thing - anyone who really looks at it and thinks about it knows that Obama cannot give the middle class and tax break while he is doing all the spending he is planning on doing. He will tax the middle class. Plain and simple. McCain's economic plan is the one that will help this country out of the financial crisis it is in - not Obama's. However, knowing all of that should not be the main reason you vote for McCain.

I am a teacher - and in school, we try to teach our students that "character counts." McCain has integrity. We know his character - he is someone we can trust. He has served this country with honor and dignity since he was a teenager. He loves his country and will always put this country first. He is a man whose record shows that he means what he says.

Obama, on the other hand, has a very sketchy character. What do we really know about him, besides the fact that he is a gifted speaker - and running a well scripted campaign? We know that he will associate with anyone - ANYONE - as long as it will benefit him financially. Like Bill Ayers and his wife who hate this country, but have the nerve to live here - "guilty as sin, but free as a bird." We also know that Obama sat for 20 years in the congregation of a man who preaches hatred and who also absolutely hates this country. His friends and mentors are known, unrepentent terrorists and hate mongerers. Are we truly supposed to believe none of this has shaped who he is?

I am deeply saddened to realize that some of my fellow Americans are apparently planning to vote for whoever they think (because they believe Obama's tax plan won't affect them) will put the most money in their pockets instead of who has the better (far, far better) character - the candidate who has the integrity and vision to lead this country and to keep us safe. This is not a spitting contest. This is an election for the leader of the free world. Heaven help us all if people really vote to put a man in the White House for such self-serving reasons. I believe, though, that in the end, my fellow Americans will wake up and think - really think - before they vote. And that they will realize that character really does count.

Oh, wait, but if they do, then Obama loses. And the "progressive" Democrats have already decided who they will blame for that. The small-town, Christian Americans. I say, go right ahead.

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