Yeah...this is a real piece of propaganda being passed out in California...I found it in seconds.
This is in accordance with the current "Republican" regime's efforts to SCARE you into voting for their candidate, rather than weighing the pros and cons on both candidates; and making an informed decision.
Apparently, clear-thinking voters are NOT on the current "Republican" regime's agenda.
Fear-mongering is, however.
One of my co-workers even informed me that his in-laws spoke of two "very important" issues that barred them from voting for Barack Hussein Obama - they are:
He might wear one of those African hats...and...Michelle Obama is not "pretty enough" to be the First Lady.
And Barbara Bush was an eyeful, eh?
Where's the America-sized handbasket...because we're all going express to HELL, if shite like this dominates the national debate.
Don't believe me?
Top Tampa GOP Figure Circulates Joke About Killing Obama
By William March / Tampa Tribune
Al Austin, a longtime, high-level Republican fundraiser from Tampa, today sent to his list of political contacts an e-mail containing a joke that refers to the assassination of Barack Obama.
When asked about the e-mail, Austin said it was a mistake and apologized and that he wouldn’t knowingly have circulated it. He said he planned to send an apology and retraction to the same e-mail list.
The joke concerns a group of schoolchildren discussing the definition of “tragedy” as opposed to “great loss” or “accident.” The punch line comes when one child says that if an airplane carrying Obama and his wife, Michelle, “was struck by a ‘friendly fire’ missile and blown to smithereens,” the event might be a tragedy “because it certainly wouldn’t be a great loss, and it probably wouldn’t be an accident either.”
Austin acknowledged sending the e-mail to his list of political contacts but said he forwarded it without fully reading it and didn’t know what it said. That list included at least two reporters.
According to the forwarding history on the e-mail, it had gone through at least two other individuals before being sent to Austin on Tuesday.
Austin, a prominent real estate developer long known as one of the state’s leading Republican campaign fundraisers, has served in recent years as finance chairman for both the national and state Republican parties.
Try this link, also - the comments are quite telling...
Or how about this sweet little quote from T. Garrett, a member of Vanguard New Network forums: "[Talking] har har
If NObama was characterized as a simian instead of a donkey (the obnoxious Dem party mascot) on this fake sawbuck it would kinda look like something produced by a member of VNN forum wouldn't it?
niggers cant take it when the joke's on them can they? That's because mother nature herself has been laughing at them since they first came down from the trees."
Dear readers, detractors, schmendricks...think about your bottom line when you vote on November 4th, 2008.