Thats what these guys are saying.( http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2110974/posts?page=159 ) In the final hours of the campaign something as tragic as a candidates grandmother, surrogate mother, dies and the Republicans lick their chops in hope that they can sway some voters by insisting Obama Killed his own.
I've heard of political divisiveness but this is absolutely incredible. This man is full of HOPE, dreams, and ideas. He loves his country. He loved his mother, and he loved his Grandmother. We have lived in fear for eight long years. Lets not live in fear ever again. Tomorrow, lets put an end to the politics of division. The idea that we cant meet in the middle because we are Democrats and Republicans. The false reality that only people from small towns have morals and values. The incredible assumption that somehow because of our diversity we cannot possibly all be American at heart.
Like Obama did tonight, we must all wipe away our tears, forget our fears, step up and take responsibility for one another and for ourselves. This country was born through unity and built through inner turmoil. We fought tyrants and then fought amongst ourselves. We were born on the battlefields of our own land so that we could all die free. It is absolutely imperative that we realize this opportunity, no matter who wins, to unite and move forward.
Barack Obama is an intelligent, humble, kind young man. At 47 years old he has accomplished more than the average person will ever dream of. In his life he has battled the status quo, He has risen up through adversity, and he has realized and helped others realize the "American Dream." He went in debt in order to attend Columbia University. He won a scholarship to Harvard law. When he had the chance to go to Wall Street and make millions he chose to return to the community and help single women get off welfare, the elderly pay for their medication, and laid off workers re-train and get new jobs. He won a seat in the Illinois State Senate and served from 1997 - 2004. He then won a seat in the US Senate and has served since Jan. 2005.
For as far back as I can remember people have always wanted someone untainted by the politics of Washington D.C. to run for President. Someone intelligent enough to lead the country but pure enough to kill corruption at its roots. Now we have that man running and because of race many refuse to even listen to his speeches or read his policies. Because of his political affiliation people refuse to hear his case. Because of some under lying hatred some people even question the death of his grandmother and point the finger at the very man she raised to be our President. What would she say if she could speak for herself now?