Horrible, Unjustified Attacks

Posted on September 2, 2008. Filed under: Elsewhere in liberal politics. |

Democrats are participating in despicable attacks on Alaskan Governor and Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin. Below are just a few of the outright lowdown dirty political attacks the Democrats are waging against Palin. Perhaps the most outrageous is the report from RedState.com about a report the Democratic Party is distributing as opposition research for the media that includes Sarah Palin’s social security number only lacking the last four digits, along with all of her residential addresses. Couple this with the usual media outlets such as the New York Times who has been unwavering on their support for Obama is working to make the unplanned pregnancy of Palin’s 17-year-old daughter an issue to attack the Alaska Governor on the campaign trail. In the Tuesday edition, The New York Times printed three front page articles about the young Palin’s pregnancy. Three front page articles. How much space has New York Times devoted to questioning Senator Obama on his past relations with unrepentant domestic terrorists and slimy Chicago slumlords?

In an even more disgusting move, US Weekly is reportedly going to publish an issue with Sarah Palin on the cover with a headline claiming lies about pregnancies and scandals in the governor’s home state of Alaska. Democrats and their foot soldiers in the press are going to work day in and day out to try and take any credibility away from a very qualified and very strong female candidate. Even though Obama is trying to distance himself from the attacks, his political party seems to be at the center of the smears when looking at the personal information they are distributing to the media. The American People will not tolerate a political party harassing a family for political gain.

See the links below and ask; why would anyone vote for a candidate that benefits from underhanded attacks like these?

Democrat Party’s report that includes social security number and residential addresses:



New York Time’s front page articles:




Smear job from a second-rate columnist who writes for a third-rate paper The Baltimore Sun:



Another cynical view trying to ruin Palin’s image before she even speaks to the American People:



This is the usual playbook for the Democratic National Party. Democrat operatives fraudulently accessed Michael Steele’s credit report after obtaining his social security number in 2005 when Steele was preparing to run for a senate seat that was to be vacated. Now, they are pulling the same illegal tricks to ruin a woman’s candidacy before she can pose a threat to Obama’s campaign. It is pretty clear from the Saddleback Forum that Obama cannot win in a contest of competing ideas. While they claim that Obama’s associations with David Ayers and Antoin Rezko are off limits even though Obama offers no answers and those relationships point to a real problem of Obama’s bad character judgment and it’s potentially disastrous effects on national security. If the Democrats think they can take the Oval Office by focusing on a teenage girl going through a very dramatic time in her life, one can only hope that the American People will reject their efforts.





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    Is this really a new type of politician? Or is the Obama machine just using politics as usual in their campaign?


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