In case you had any lingering doubts about Barack Obama's deep hatred for Israel, Zionism and Jews worldwide, the impeccably honest and intelligent people who reside in the conservative half of Blogville have all they proof that they — or any other hyper-partisan zealots — need to put those doubts to rest.
This group of Jew-haters has apparently been at his site since April, and there are numerous comments from Obama supporters that are indistinguishable from the hate speech you'll find at neo-Nazi sites…
There's something deeply wrong with a presidential candidate who attracts so many of these hateful psychotics.
Yeah, I totally agree! Why can't Barack Obama be more like all the Republican candidates of the past fifty years, who have all only attracted progressive, non-bigoted, non-homophobic, super-rational supporters?
And do you know what really just proves that Obama completely agrees with every one of his idiot supporters' idiotic sentiments? The fact that his campaign deleted the disgusting posts…
After it was exposed, the Obama campaign has now pulled down that shockingly antisemitic blog post that was on their site for more than two months. And they've also removed their pages from the Internet Archive and the Coral archives.
They're running scared, and they’re trying to make sure that when they throw a post down the memory hole, it stays there.
Yeah, because why would they delete something off their site unless they completely agreed with it. And if they didn't delete it, would only just further prove their guilt. As would deleting it. Or keeping it.
And the really good news for McCain in all this is, if right-wing bloggers are devoting this much energy into something like this, they must feel extremely confident about their chances in November.
(via The War Room)
Update: The Jed Report reports that not only is Barack Obama guilty of having idiotic supporters writing idiotic things on his website, but he's also guilty of having a political rival with idiotic supporters who write idiotic things on the political rival's website.
There's something deeply wrong with a presidential candidate who would run against another candidate who attracts so many of these hateful psychotics.
For shame, Mr. Obama. For shame.
(Thanks to tx for the link.)
Tags: Barack Obama, John McCain