Saturday, March 1, 2008

Hill & Obama : Grimm 's variation

"it's a legitimate question," as well as one of "the kind of [ads] that play upon people's fears."
"It is an absolute insult to the voters to suggest that a discussion of national security in this campaign constitutes fearmongering," he said.
If one candidate's trying to scare you and the other one's trying to get you to think, if one candidate's appealing to your fears and the other one's appealing to your hopes, you better vote for the person who wants you to think and hope. from The Huffington Post

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