It’s not too late to use that freak who wanted to watch his wife have public sex.
Illinois Republicans. They must be so proud.
Illinois Republican U.S. Senate candidate Alan Keyes injected religion into his race against Democratic candidate Barack Obama on Tuesday.
According to a list of quotes put out by the Democratic candidate, Keyes said in a radio interview at the Republican National Convention that Jesus would not vote for Obama. The quote was part of a list Obama sent reporters of Keyes’ accusations and epithets about him since Keyes became a candidate, NBC5 political editor Dick Kay said.
Kay also reported that Keyes called Obama a “socialist and a liar” on a cable access news show on Monday. Obama said he wants to win big to give Keyes a spanking because Keyes wages a scorched earth campaign. Keyes then went into a very long analysis of the word “spanking” and suggested it might be related to slavery and insulting to African- Americans. He would not answer when asked directly if he was insulted.