Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Obama Is America! Poses 3 Questions

Why is it that the RIOTS that occurred during the Republican National Convention have not been televised or reported in any major or minor news reporting agency? 

Why is it that the Republican Party did not pay its respects to or offer prayers of any kind to the residents of the city of New Orleans as it underwent a second major hurricane during the Convention?

When did it become socially acceptable to define the term 'liberal' as people who form their opinions based on factual evidence or as those who value the freedom to make choices about major decisions that confront them WITHOUT government intervention?  

If you can think of a better way of wording this question, please leave a comment below.

(The logic behind this question comes from the fact that people keep referring to those who criticize Sarah Palin and John McCain as [angry] 'liberals.'  The editor of Obama IS America! does not necessarily identify with the term 'liberal' and doesn't feel particularly angry, but still feels that Sarah Palin's nomination to the Vice Presidency is utterly inconsistent with what this country actually needs in order to get better economically, socially, politically, mentally, environmentally, and basically in every way, shape or form.  It seems to be a sharp slap in the face to the Founding Fathers of the United States of America as well as to the majority of the American people.)

Please ponder on these questions and leave a comment if you come up with any answers.  Cuz we're stumped.

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