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Obama; Too cruel to the handicapped to be President?
By Mark Neckameyer


September 16, 2008

It is just so ironic. The Democrats who present themselves as being so "Feminist", belittle a woman, Governor Palin, for working while having children at home. Next while they claim to be the "protector of handicapped Americans", they run a ad to mock John McCain's war injuries that prevent him from using a computer keyboard. That's right, McCain can't comb his own hair or tie shoelaces. He lost some of the capabilities most people have while defending all of us in Viet Nam where the Viet Cong smashed his arms and hands trying to torture him into becoming a "turncoat" as his father was a top admiral.

Have you seen the cockpit of a plane? Can you imagine how technical a person must be to fly a fighter jet like John Mc Cain did? His handicaps are well documented too and were outlined in such Liberal newspapers as the Boston Globe who wrote back during the 2000 campaign;

From the Boston Globe (March 4, 2000):

"Mc Cain gets emotional at the mention of military families needing food stamps or veterans lacking health care. The outrage comes from inside: McCain's severe war injuries prevent him from combing his hair, typing on a keyboard, or tying his shoes. Friends marvel at McCain's encyclopedic knowledge of sports. He's an avid fan - Ted Williams is his hero - but he can't raise his arm above his shoulder to throw a baseball."

Barack Obama is either too stupid or too cruel to become our President, or both. If the Blind Governor of New York was a Republican, would Obama skewer him for not watching TV News?

Mark Neckameyer
Irvine, CA

Received September 13, 2008 - Published September 16, 2008


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