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Wow. I'm officially .... just wow.

It takes a mountain full of audacity to say ANYTHING to get elected or to score political points.

I remember Clarence Thomas, a man who benefitted from Affirmative Action yet sneered at civil rights or any other political movement that helped black people, call his confirmation "a lynching" when it was politically convenient.

I've seen Jonah Goldberg argue for elitism and then backtrack against it when applied to Sen. Obama.

I've seen the racist and sexist Pat Buchanan, who told a black female pundit to "shut up" while on MSNBC, defend feminism and assail the media for being "sexist" against Sen. Palin.

I heard John McCain say he was bringing change to Washington even though ... uh ... he voted against change 90 percent of the time, then defended the status quo and then ridiculed change when it came from the black guy and now is .... wait for it ... calling himself a change agent.

But this is too much. I don't know whether to laugh or cry. Currently I'm just sitting here in amasement.

Sen. Obama. Who you call the most liberal Senator in GAZILLION years. A Democrat. A black man with an African father and white mother and scary terrorist middle name. Is more of the same?

Wow. I have to hand it to Republicans and Conservatives. You guys will say. Any. Thing. ANYTHING!

If John McCain had to cut an album with Akon and 50 Cent to win, he'd do it. If Steve Schmidt had to dress like Beetlejuice and steal Halloween candy from small children, he'd do it.

These people. Do. Not. Care.

It would be admirable if it weren't so disgusting.

Originally posted to groove2227721 on Fri Sep 05, 2008 at 07:45 PM PDT.

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