Sunday, October 12, 2008

McCain and Palin are responsible for the riotous crowds they incite

Frank Rich has a great editorial in the NY Times this morning about the McCain/Palin campaign's use of racially charged rhetoric that could incite potential violence against Obama from their audiences. The onus falls on McCain/Palin to stop using rhetoric and loaded language at their rallies. Meanwhile, one of the handlers for Palin is notorious for crafting such racially coded campaign content.

1 comment:

Howard T. Snidbiscuits said...

They certainly are. It's disingenuous and right in line with the behavior we've seen so far, how the campaign (not to mention the subsurface agitators) has pushed, insinuated, agitated, distorted, and then all of a sudden takes the opportunity to act gracious ("oh no, he's a good family man!"). They know exactly what they're doing, but I don't know if it's working according to plan.