Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Unflattering Angles

No, it's not only the photo. 

Palin-drone is busy winning over voters in Clearwater, FL, the worldwide spiritual capital of Scientology:
"I was reading my copy of the New York Times the other day," she said.

"Booooo!" replied the crowd.
The first erroneous claim that Palin makes is that she reads the New York Times. 

Next, Palin goes on: 
"Now it turns out, one [Obama's] earliest supporters is a man named Bill Ayers," Palin said.

"Booooo!" said the crowd.

"And, according to the New York Times, he was a domestic terrorist and part of a group that, quote 'launched a campaign of bombing that would target the Pentagon and our U.S. Capitol,'" she continued.

"Booooo!" the crowd repeated.

"Kill him!" proposed one man in the audience
Bill Ayers is currently a Distinguished Professor of Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Education. Boooo education! 

He was once a radical protestor against the war in Vietman and did bomb the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol. He did cause a water leak at the Pentagon and later turned himself into the police. Barack Obama was 10 years old at the time. Boooo water leaks! Booooo ten-year-olds!

Ayers and Obama worked together for education reform and served on a community anti-poverty group together. Obama has condemned Ayers' violent actions. Boooo education reform, anti-poverty, and condemnation of violence! 

A group of McCain-Palin supporters condoning violence towards a remorseful professor and/or Barack Obama. Booooo!

1 comment:

Ronbot Van Helsing said...

Why does it not surprise me that SCIENTOLOGIST Greta Van Susteren has been given the task of softball-interviewing SCIENTOLOGY-CONNECTED Sarah Palin on the "Fair and Balanced" SCIENTOLOGY-SYMPATHETIC Fox News Network?

Sarah Palin is connected to Scientology. Here's how:

She has been, and still continues to be, deeply involved with the ultra-right-wing "Dominionist" church movement. READ THIS:


The main nexus for the Dominionists is the "Committee on National Policy", which strangely includes non-Christian organizations such as, yes, The Church of Scientology.

The leading "Dominionist" church is MorningStar ministries, which
despite being a Christian church, leans heavily on "supernatural" themes and blatantly uses the Scientology Cross in their logo: