Just the same, I'm again disabling comments. Why? Because what's the point? Let's be honest, everyone who's seriously paying attention has already decided who they're going to vote for, and a big long discussion isn't going to change anyone's minds. Look at these or don't; send them on yourself or don't. If you've already determined to support Obama, who pretty much has this election wrapped up, I'd suggest just passing on by.
I don't really care that much about what church Obama attended as a kid, or that he did drugs as a teenager, or anything else that happened that long ago. I was a far-left liberal Baptist when I was a kid, and I'm none of those now:
But stealing from the rich is good, isn't it?
Eeyore's my favorite character ...
Guilt by association is a tradition. Traditions are good, like Thanksgiving.
It certainly *is* distracting. But also kinda important.
Obama -- no other candidate, just Obama -- has already found himself in public school textbooks:
Past Obama associations?
The question of Women registering for the draft:
attempts to shut down free speech?
Did Obama write his own books? It wouldn't be unusual; many celebrities do:
Are McCain supporters getting mean and threatening? Here's video of a pro-McCain march in Manhatten:
and some other examples:
It's important to involve young people in politics: