Thursday, January 24, 2008

Helter Skelter: The Race War in the Democratic Party

From Rush Limbaugh

The Democrat Party's Uncivil War rages on with Bill Clinton's whispering campaign that Obama is only going to win South Carolina because of all the black folks there. Obama says Hillary's pulling out all the stops to win the state. Bill Clinton berates CNN's Jessica Yellin for daring to question him over the use of race in the campaign.

The Media is watching.

Hillary and Bill Use Alinsky Tactics To Bring Down Obama

Bill Clinton says race, gender to decide S.C. vote

Slick Willie Rides Again
Obama Criticizes Clinton's Candor

from a fundraising email:

Michelle Obama wrote:

Friend --

This Campaign Relies on You In the past week or two, another candidate's spouse has been getting an awful lot of attention.

We knew getting into this race that Barack would be competing with Senator Clinton and President Clinton at the same time.

We expected that Bill Clinton would tout his record from the nineties and talk about Hillary's role in his past success. That's a fair approach and a challenge we are prepared to face.

What we didn't expect, at least not from our fellow Democrats, are the win-at-all-costs tactics we've seen recently. We didn't expect misleading accusations that willfully distort Barack's record.

Barack Obama isn't relying on a former President of the United States to campaign for him.

He's relying on us -- you, me, and hundreds of thousands of people like us who are giving whatever they can afford to support this movement.

Please stand up in the face of these new attacks. Make your first online donation of $50 today and own a piece of this campaign:

Barack's unwavering opposition to the war in Iraq, his outspoken support of women's rights, and his call for leadership that will transform our party and our country have all been mischaracterized in the past two weeks.

We've seen disingenuous attacks and smear tactics turn people off from the political process for too long, and enough is enough.

It's time for a change. It's time for a new kind of leadership and a new kind of politics in our party and in our country.

And while Senator Clinton has a former president in her corner, I'll put my faith in a movement of a whole lot of people who are ready for change.

South Carolina votes in 48 hours, and more than 20 states will make their voices heard in less than two weeks on February 5th. Now is the time for all of us to step up and take personal responsibility for making change happen.

Please make your first online donation of $50 now:

Thank you,


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