I should not be, but I admit I am truly amazed at how this death march of a presidential campaign has deteriorated into nothing but a brawl being led by the great unifier himself, Sen. Messiah Barack.
This item shows that just being for him is not enough. Get in the face of those independents and the eeeevvvviiiillll Republicans! Argue with them!
Oh yes, I am certain that those voters will just fall in line and vote for the man who lied to the American people when he said that there is no blue or red, black or white, gay or straight. That he would unify America. Clearly, since all is not going to plan, Sen. Messiah Barack thinks that if one just wears down a potential voter, then there will be unity. NOT! This will backfire and make people just more angry and frustrated. And willing to take a look at the McCain/Palin ticket.
And now this National Basketball Association player, Josh Howard, who plays for the Dallas Mavericks gave his opinion of the National Anthem. According to The Dallas Morning News, the Mavericks player said "I don't celebrate this "BLANK", I'm black". And, surprise, surprise. Which presidential candidate is the ingrate for in the election. Hint, it is not the "old guy". Why yes, it is the Great Unifier, Sen. Messiah Barack.
These are just two cases that it appears the Messiah's campaign is on the ropes. Sure, the Messiah got a bump due to the current mess on Wall Street. But, once that clears up, the race will stay in this state until the first presidential debate on September 26.
Campaigns that are confident do not have to lower themselves to what the Messiah's is doing. Telling supporters to get in the face of those not supportive. A supporter dissing the National Anthem. This is a campaign on the ropes. Hopefully, the McCain/Palin ticket can take advantage of this situation.