Tuesday, October 7, 2008

CNN's David Gergen Declares Race Not Over

Despite McCain's lack of failure to receive the big win he needed to turn the election around, CNN's David Gergen says the race is not over. When Anderson Cooper pressed him on why, Gergen responded, "because he's black," referring to Barack Obama.

James Carville followed up the comments by saying that if Obama is up by five percent in the polls and Obama still loses that all hell will break loose.

Paul Begala built on that theme by saying Sarah Palin is dangerous. Implies questioning Obama's association with racist Rev. Wright and domestic terrorist Bill Ayers is some how racist.

1 comment:

radiomankc said...

The crap about Obama's associations is just crap.

Clearly, Obama's the best candidate based on his intellect, his ideas, his position. If anything will cost him the election, it will be that white voters just can't bring themselves to vote for a black man.

And if they are victorious, their racism will cost them their retirements. We could suggest that racists voting for white only will treat them right. They deserve to suffer for their racism. But I don't want to suffer too just to teach them the lesson of their racism!
Poor white trash need to stay home on election day or hold their noses and vote for a black man because HE is better for them than the white guy who intends to screw them on behalf of the rich men.

This choice is a bittttch for white bigots, ain't it!?