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The bad news?  The McCain campaign’s tactic (or is it a strategy?) of using Sarah Palin to race-bait and “other” Obama continues — someone attending a Palin rally in Iowa added to her string of critical descriptors with, “And he’s a n*gger!”

The good news?  Some 30 to 40 workers at a telemarketing center in Indiana walked off the job rather than read a nasty McCain campaign robo-call script* that attacked Obama for being “dangerously weak on crime,” “coddling criminals,” and for voting against “protecting children from danger.”  One worker said, “We were asked to read something saying [Obama and Democrats] were against protecting children from danger. I wouldn’t do it. A lot of people left. They thought it was disgusting.”

Please note that people who make calls for telemarketing firms don’t make big bucks, and these folks gave up their pay by walking out.  That’s real integrity.


* Robo-calling is illegal in Indiana, so live callers were required to read the script.

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