The GOP is so sick with hatred for our American president, Barack Hussein Obama, that its mouthpieces were outraged by this Super Bowl ad by Clint Eastwood--yeah, Clint Eastwood, the Republican.
The GOP is so consumed with hatred for our American president, Barack Hussein Obama, that they read into this ad for Chrysler a pro-Obama agenda, when both Eastwood and Chrysler vehemently deny any such agenda.
The GOP is so consumed with bitterness toward and loathing for our American president, Barack Hussein Obama, that it completely missed the point of the Super Bowl ad.
The GOP and its adherents never miss an opportunity to tell us that President Obama is the most divisive president in modern history, but the question is this:
Who promotes this divisiveness? The president who made a gutsy decision to keep the car industry in business and competitive and to not allow millions of American workers to lose their jobs, or a political party whose leaders are so eaten up by their rancid contempt for Mr. Obama that they've taken a positive message by Eastwood and Chrysler and turned it into a political firestorm.
That, friends, is what a party hellbent on dividing this country would do in reaction to a simple message of American hope and pride. The GOP and its minions are driven by hatred and cynicism.
Is the GOP's vision our vision for America? Or should we strive to embody what Clint Eastwood and the Chrysler Corporation set out in this ad?
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