The National Republican Trust PAC is NOT TRUSTWORTHY and it is anti-American. No true American would spread these type of lies. They want Americans to stay afraid because this is the only way that they can control Americans and take away our rights and freedoms. They hate freedom and they hate America.
An upstart group calling itself the “National Republican Trust PAC” mixes a pile of false claims and the image of 9/11 mastermind Mohammed Atta to create one of the sleaziest false TV ads of the campaign.
The spot falsely claims Obama has a “plan” to issue driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. In fact, Obama has said quite specifically, “I am not proposing that that’s what we do.”
The ad implies such licenses would enable terrorist attacks. In fact, Atta wouldn’t have needed one to carry out his attacks.
It claims that Obama’s health care plan will apply to illegal immigrants. But Obama has stated quite clearly that his plan “does not” cover illegal immigrants.
The ad falsely claims that Obama’s plan “gives illegals Social Security benefits,” which is also flatly untrue.
The National Republican Trust PAC is headed by a former writer for Sun Myung Moon’s magazine. John McCain and Sarah Palin like to attack associations. In that case, the very fact that the NRT PAC is associated with Sun Myung Moon, who is an anti Constitution, makes the NRT PAC anti Constitution.
Lies, lies and more lies is all they have. Shame on John McCain. He said that he was going to run an honorable and respectful campaign. I’m still waiting to see that campaign because the one that he is running is filled with hate and lies and division. We need an united nation if we are to survive this economic crisis. If we are divided, then our economy will continue to go down the tubes. The world is looking to US to make the smart choice on November 4. We need a president who thinks before he acts. That candidate is Barack Obama.
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McCain’s choice of Palin was irrational and erratic. He never vetted her and he only spoke with her for about one hour. It was his wife Cindy that encouraged him to choose Palin.
Here’s an article worth reading….
Poor Sarah, McCain is already throwing her under the bus. Guess that must be the “Straight Talk Express” bus.
He’s scum. He could have ended his career in public life with a fairly decent reputation, but n o one will remember anything good about this POS now.
John McCain is a typical republican. He will be more of the same he doesn’t even understand what the word change means.
This reminds me of the scare tactics used leading up to the 2004 election which helped to get Bush elected.
Each day they would announce the probability of an attack:
Severe (red): severe risk
High (orange): high risk
Elevated (yellow): significant risk
Guarded (blue): general risk
Low (green): low risk
and scare the crap out of people. That’s the only way Bush got reelected because people thought he knew what he was doing in Iraq and they thought that another attack could come any day becasue of the emergency alerts.
Now here comes McCain with his scare tactics. It is downright unAmerican.
As George W Bush said, “There’s an old saying in Tennessee — I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can’t get fooled again.”