McCain Calls Obama A Liar

Republican John McCain is calling Democratic rival Barack Obama a liar.

The GOP presidential candidate told a campaign rally: "Sen. Obama has accused me of opposing regulation to avert this crisis. I guess he believes if a lie is big enough and repeated often enough it will be believed."

In some of the harshest language yet, McCain said the campaign comes down to a simple question: Who is the real Barack Obama?

McCain drew the loudest cheers when he said the Democrat has written two memoirs but "he's not exactly an open book."

Trailing in the polls, McCain and his advisers say they will hammer that theme as the campaign heads toward the Nov. 4 election.


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  • by VBush Location: MHCY on Oct 9, 2008 at 07:09 PM
    95% of all abortions are for birth control. Only 5% of all abortions are due to rape, incest, medical health of the mother, birth defect, etc. So the majority of the time it is just murder.
  • by ??? Location: NC on Oct 9, 2008 at 04:33 PM
    WITN How did you let a comment such as the one from the idiot named Lavon get by?The Black Cherry koolaid will probably be watered down much like Obama.
  • by I Love the Lord as well!! Location: Gville on Oct 9, 2008 at 04:31 PM
    I never comment on these posts but I just wanted to say this. First off let me say that I am GOD-fearing young woman. But I am getting tired of hearing that Obama is not pro-life. In reality, it doesn't matter how we feel about abortions, women have been doing it for years and are going to continue to do it. Don't misunderstand, I'm not a supporter of abortion, however in extreme cases, I could possibly understand. If I had a daughter and God forbids she was brutally raped and assaulted and as a result ended up pregnant, I wouldn't push abortion on her, but @ the same time, I wouldn't encourage her to keep the baby. It's bad enough she'd have to deal with the memories of being raped, but she has to carry a child around that thus reminds her everyday of it. I just wouldn't do that to her. Or what if a girl was molested by her father and ended up pregnant as a result? What would you suppose she do? I'm not about all the bickering back and forth, but this is just some food for thought.
  • by VBush Location: MHCY on Oct 9, 2008 at 03:39 PM
    Lavon, I answered your question, but it got dumped. Editor, the truth will set you free.
  • by FED UP on Oct 9, 2008 at 02:52 PM
    I don't know about anyone else but I'll be glad when this thing is over. I tell you Obama doesn't impress me not one bit. How can our country support someone that is not pro life. And how can they support someone that openly pokes fun of God's word the Holy Bible. This country was founded by men and women that believed in and feared God. What has become of this nation. I fully support McCain and Palin. A wonderful team- a true patriot that is true to his country. And a God fearing woman that believes in the Lord Jesus Christ the one that gives us our next breath. I to say Obama read my lipstick. LOL
  • by VBush Location: MHCY on Oct 9, 2008 at 01:59 PM
    Go Red State Go!!
  • by hope Location: NC on Oct 9, 2008 at 01:54 PM
    Proof's in the pudding. McCain/Palin '08
  • by So Long Location: Scranton,NC on Oct 9, 2008 at 01:26 PM
    Why not take all of this mess off the web page. People are going to vote for the person they want to, not because of race. If you can't live down here in peace and harmony you certainly will not be able to live up there. Up there with my Lord and your Lord there will be no seperation. Only God will do the seperating.
  • by lavon Location: kinston on Oct 9, 2008 at 12:50 PM
    Why is is when you look at republican campaign rallys that you only see white people. I can count on my first few fingere the number of other ethnicities that are at these rallys. If you look at Obama's campaign rallys you will see a broad range of ethnicities. I mean just looking at Mccain rallys just tells me that this is not a true representation of america.
  • by Red State Location: Washington co. on Oct 9, 2008 at 11:25 AM
    NObama - while I agree with the point you were trying to make, there is no way that Obama and Sarah have about the same amount of experience. She has actually held jobs, run a small business, a small town (btw, her home town which says something that the people who have known her all of her life elected her so they must trust her), served on the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, and was Governor of our nation's largest state. She has more executive experience in her little finger than Obama has in his "acorn". And I just want to point out to the elitist who mocked her college education. She attended different schools because she didn't have the benefit of affirmitive action or government grants to pay for an Ivy league education. She worked her way through college like many of us did. She then took that education and put it to use in actual jobs, again unlike Obama. So she also has more real world experience in her little finger than Obama has in his acorn.
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