Friday, October 31, 2008

Newpapers that endorsed McCain kicked off Obama's plane

The N.Y. Post, Washington Times, and Dallas Morning News have all been kicked off of Obama's campaign plane to be replaced by "network bigwigs" and the two black magazines Essence and Jet. Imagine that. 

All three papers have recently endorsed Senator John McCain, but the Obama campaign states that it just doesn't have enough seats available. Some of the people on the plane have been covering the 2008 election for a year now and get the boot in the final hours.

It shouldn't come as a surprise. The Obama campaign has repeatedly banned news outlets that asked tough questions and didn't bow down in his presence. And we all know what happens when a citizen questions the great one, just ask Joe the Plumber.

Funny though, the Obama campaign said, "oh there are some seats left on the Biden plane, you can ride with him". geee thanks what a consolation prize.

Free Speech people....enjoy it while you can because if Obama becomes king, uh I mean President the democrats have a plan to squash those who oppose. Google fairness doctrine.



Anonymous,  October 31, 2008 at 12:44 PM  

Amazing he doesn't even try to hide his elitism, socialism and yes dare I say communism anymore! He knows whatever he does it will be accepted and overlooked. I hear Hitler was a great speaker as well! I hope God has mercy on this country

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