Thursday, October 30, 2008

McCain Equates Obama's Radical Pals to Neo-Nazis!!


Yes, teeth dripping with blood.

McCain is tearing it up.

From Gateway:

FOX News-- "McCain Slams LA Times for Double Standard in Withholding Obama-Khalidi Tape"
CBS News-- "McCain Calls on Paper to Release Video"
Haaretz Israel-- "L.A. Times defends decision not to release clip of Obama with Palestinian critic of Israel" 

The LA Times is holding a video that shows Barack Obama celebrating with a group of Palestinians who are openly hostile towards Israel. Barack Obama even gives a toast to a former PLO operative at this celebration. If the American public saw this radical side of Barack Obama it is unlikely he would ever be elected president. 
But, the media refuses to release this video.

Terrorist Bill Ayers--- Barack Obama--- Jew-hater Rashid Khalidi
There are also reports that terrorists Bill Ayers and his wife Bernadine Dohrn were at the Jew-bash.

...An appropriate analogy except that neo-nazis haven't bombed the Pentagon.

John McCain blasted Obama today over his connections with PLO Operative Khalidi. 
John McCain also blasted the LA Times for not releasing the tape of Obama toasting the radical former PLO operative!
The AFP reported:

McCain went on to accuse the Los Angeles Times of refusing to publish a video it had obtained of Ayers attending an event with a member of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

"I don't care much about an old, washed-up unrepentant terrorist, and his wife who was on an FBI top 10 wanted list," McCain said.

"But we should know about their relationshipincluding apparently information that is held by the Los Angeles Times concerning an event that Mr Ayers attended with a PLO spokesman."

McCain appeared to be referring to a Los Angeles Times article from April which said Obama knew and attended a farewell party for Rashid Khalidi, a former PLO spokesman, during his academic career in Chicago. The article makes no mention of Ayers's presence at the event.

"The Los Angeles Times refuses to make that videotape public. I'm not in the business of talking about media bias but what if there was a tape with John McCain with a neo-Nazi outfit being held by some media outlet?

"I think the treatment of the issue would be slightly different," he said, saying Ayers had a "long relationship" with Obama, who was eight years old when the Weathermen were waging their radical campaign.

"It's not that Barack Obama was eight years old when Mr Ayers was committing acts of terror, it's all about the long relationship on foundations, for his book and launching his political career in Mr Ayers living room," McCain said.

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