THIS is exactly what John McCain's advertisement is trying to encourage.
THIS is what they are trying to promote.
THIS is why McCain has no problem pushing the idea of Obama as the anti-Christ.
The Republican Party and John McCain's campaign strategists are more than aware of basic human nature. All campaign strategists study human nature in order to use it to their best advantage, the same as corporations have always done in their attempts to sell us product. The McCain campaign believes their linking Senator Obama to the anti-Christ is a solid campaign strategy to foster foolish rumors built on foolish fears spread by foolish humans.
John McCain believes it to be a workable, cost-effective and productive strategy or he would not have allowed his campaign to produce an advertisement of this nature. He fully understands some people will believe and spread these lies regardless of reality. His GOP strategists consider this advertisement to be a success if it will help to spawn the least bit of doubt or create yet another distraction from issues for which they have no viable answers. The GOP is an old hand at instilling fear and know how to play gullible voters willing to fall for it and willing to be used as fools and tools. The McCain strategists were taught well by Karl Rove.
The McCain campaign doesn't want us to remember that the Republican Party and Rove played on ignorance and intolerance to win the last two presidential elections. They prefer we forget how they encouraged hate towards our neighbors. They don't want us to remember how they fed us fear in order to sell us a war. They fail to realize, however, many voters refuse to forget.
With this pathetic and more than obvious GOP campaign strategy to paint Senator Obama, a United States Senator, as the anti-Christ, they have taken their well-worn fear tactics far beyond even the worst of gutter politics. The fact John McCain has now stooped so low as to use Jesus Christ, the Son of God, as a political pawn in his attempt to create fear among Christian voters is reason enough alone not to vote for the man.
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