One More Difference


At a recent Obama $100 a plate fund raiser in a state he has no chance to win, North Dakota, a far leftwing radio talk show star Ed Schultz warmed up the crowd, attacking Sen. John McCain as “a warmonger,” before Obama arrived in the room.

When Obama came bouncing onto the stage and thanked Schultz, saying he was the “voice of progressive radio,”

Obama has not made a statement on the disgusting remark. But this again shows the difference between Conservatives and Democrats. Back in February, when talk show host Bill Cunningham repeatedly used Obama’s Muslim middle name, Hussein, and made disparaging references to him, Mr. McCain immediately repudiated the remarks. “Whatever suggestion that was made that was any way disparaging to the integrity, character, honesty of either Senator Obama or Senator Clinton was wrong,” he said. “I condemn it, and if I have any responsibility, I will take the responsibility and I apologize for it.”

Sadly the democrat candidate does not have the class to stand up to hatemongers on his side.

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Posted on April 7, 2008, in Barack Obama and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. No McCain did not “immediately repudiated ” the remark. That would have meant that he did so at the place and time that Cunningham made the statement. Instead McCain did not give voice to it until AFTER he had left the stage where the audience had heard the offense.

  2. And what has McCain said that would believe you to believe he’s not a warmonger? According to Merriam-Webster a warmonger is “one who urges or attempts to stir up war”.

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