semo88 wrote:So I’m assuming you completely overlooked the article’s mention of McCain being endorsed or praised by radicals and terrorist groups?
Nope, I saw it. Here are the two endorsements they mentioned about McCain:
#1 "On Oct. 20, a group supporting Al Qaeda posted a message on a password-protected al Hesbah Web site that said McCain would be a better choice for president because he was more likely to continue the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the Associated Press reported."
This one is sorta self apparent. With any brain power people should be able to figure this out, but based upon some of the liberal left's posts on here that I have seen, brain power is lacking. McCain is for the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is not going to chicken out and raise the white flag of surrender. You might ask, why does this terrorist group support McCain then? Good question
In my opinion they see it as a way of killing americans without having to go overseas. However, we are winning though and will beat them IF we don't surrender.
#2 "McCain welcomed the endorsement of Texas megachurch preacher John Hagee, but later rejected
it after tapes surfaced of Hagee saying that God sent Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust to help the Jews reach Israel."
I really hope we can all get an understanding on this one. He rejected it when the guy turned out to be a bad apple.
Do you want me to go into an in-depth list of Obama's endorsements?
Didn't think so
Political Adviser for Hamas, Parliament speaker of Iran, North Korean government, Colombia guerilla terrorist chief, leader of the Nation of Islam, and Fidel Castro. Do you think these people and orginizations want good things to happen to America?
Here's the kicker. "The Obama campaign declined to comment for this story." Why didn't Obama reject the endorsements?