As we saw last night during the final debate between Senator Barack Hussein Obama and Senator John McCain, (aka Mr. McMean), there is no doubt that race is becoming a huge factor for some radical elements of the Republican Party. Just ask any of your friends about why they aren’t going to vote for Obama: “He is black,” or “he has a funny name,” or “he is a Muslim,” are some of the recurrent answers. We wouldn’t have this discussion if Mr. Obama’s, the next President of the United States of America, name is Joe Wurzelbacher, for instance. To us and many others, Thank God, race should not be a factor but for radical McMean it is…To us, a huge factor is the age of Mr. McMean. He already stated that he would only run for one term. Thanks but no thanks! No term is better than one term, for sure.
Mr. McMean was agitated and angry throughout the entire debate. He acted as a grumpy old man off his meds. Some of his pills didn’t seem to reach some of his neurons and his lack of “eloquence” was a trademark of his sermons.
Mr. McMean kept talking about how “change is coming” like if it was a biblical prophecy. But, he failed to explain his own plans on health, education, taxes and finance. Seriously, who really cares about people losing their jobs, homes, and retirement plans? For McMean there are more serious issues such as… (We are still waiting, “my friend”).
Like a grumpy old preacher who blasts the unfaithful for not believing on the “fact” that “change is coming,” he spoke to his unconditional believers with great passion. “Forget about the rest of the nation, and let’s focus on the guys who listen to me,” was his motto. Obviously, Joe “The Plumber” became the personification of his America; what about Jane “The “Plumber” or Jane “The Doctor,” or Jane “The General”? “Well, women are just playing silly pretending to be unhealthy so they can perform abortions at will?” Is that right Mr. McMean?
Senator John McCain, you were cruel to women (see related post).
“Just again, the example of the eloquence of Senator Obama. He’s health for the mother. You know, that’s been stretched by the pro-abortion movement in America to mean almost anything. That's the extreme pro-abortion position, quote, ‘health.’”
In response, Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Action Fund, issued the following statement regarding Mr. McMean’s cruel remarks:
"Last night, John McCain showed he doesn't care about women's health when he described protecting 'the health of the woman' as 'extreme.' John McCain doesn't seem to understand that women's health matters. He blatantly showed that he doesn't trust women to decide what is in the best interest of their own health. Barack Obama, on the other hand, stood up for women's health."