Wednesday, October 08, 2008

McCain Loses His Mind in Debate Calls Obama "that one" (Video)

Under pressure Cultural Poisoning has cause McCain to revert to the McCain Family Plantation language of William Alexander McCain. Couple this with Palin's hate speech and the Palin mobs attacking an African American reporter and I can only conclude that McCain has lost his mind.

Let's Go To The Video Tape

McCain calls Obama "that one"

How did McCain refer to the United States Senator from Illinois, Not by his sir name "Obama", Not "The Senator," Not "My Distinguished Colleague," But "That One." McCain hurled the most disrespectful, disdain, I have ever heard, from one senator to another in public at the honorable senator Obama. This is a National disgrace an outrage, an affront to the Senate and civility. McCain exicuted with precision a gross act of disrespect toward Senator Obama, African Americans, and all Americans of good will and should be loudly condemned.

"John McCain delivered one of the ugliest, nastiest, most invective-filled personality attacks a major candidate has ever delivered"

McCain's language in the debate is not a simple slip. It is part of a sustained pattern and practice perpetrated with malice and forethought. This is not only, not leading America toward unity in a clean issue based campaign, it is heading in a dangerous direction.

Amid shouts of "terrorist" and "kill him", Palin crowd turns on African American reporter with racist epithets and threats

This melt down behavior was not entirely unanticipated, if you are familiar with McCain's family history. One of the things I have learned over time regarding Cultural Poisoning is that, if you suffer from the dis-ease, like a drunk, you will not be able to hide it forever. Symptoms of Cultural Poisoning are most likely to come out under pressure. I can think of few pressures greater then a Presidential campaign.

In case you thought McCain would come to his senses when the debate ended, think again.

Lets go to the video tape

The McCain-Obama Post-Debate "Handshake"

It is better that we know about a persons instability before he is placed in a leadership position. We made that error once with Bush, lets not repeat it. An error is not a mistake, unless we fail to correct it. The world is looking to us to correct our errors.


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Shelia said...

McCain is so sad. He's even pissing off his supporters!

Aunk said...

Hetep and Respect Shelia, you just reminded me, of Bush, speaking of pissing of friends and supporters.

Must be something in Republican eight year old water.

Straight Talk on McCain said...

I was raised to show respect towards others. Some of the ways to be an honorable man was to look people in the eye, speak the truth, and shake people’s hands. To refuse a hand that was extended to you was a sign of disrespect. For McCain to refuse to shake Obama’s hand reveals McCain’s lack of character.

oliviaharis said...

McCain said that Obama "was able to, I think, with his eloquence inspire a great number of Americans. So, these are going to be tough debates."While Obama has decamped to Tampa to prepare for the debate, McCain has kept up his regular schedule, with a reduced number of events. In between appearances and on weekends, he has prepared for the debate.
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