On Monday evening, in a sea of Obama supporters in NYC, I finally found a table selling McCain/Palin buttons. I had just enough money left on me that evening to buy the button. I was thrilled.
Walking down the street in lower Manhattan, ONE BLOCK from where the terrorist attack on 9/11 killed about 3000 people and sent my fellow New Yorkers scrambling, I noticed people looking at my button. Just that slight eye movement to see what stood out. It's a large button. I would have bought a smaller one but they were all large, no matter which party button the vendor was selling.
You could see people were shocked.
When I got on the train I had a woman stand in front of holding the pole where I managed to get a seat. She was of Asian decent. I would guess she was around my age give or take a few years at best. She kept looking at my button and then my face and then my button and my face. She did this for an entire stop. When the train came to a full stop, although it was still rather empty and there was no reason to shift or move, she turned her back to me and decided to face the people sitting across from me.
The party of tolerance. The leader of tolerance. HA!
Then a young man got on the train. While I wasn't able to get his initial reaction I did get this video. He did see me take the camera out and he toned it down a bit, but if you watch closely you'll see him try to glance at the button. He had seen it for a while already yet felt he still needed to do so. He even gave me a slight smurk. Before the camera came out he was more obvious. It's hard to take a camera out on the train without being seen and therefore changing behaviors but I tried.
I'm wearing my button proudly. I hope McCain wins. I think it's obvious that the facts support his win, but people seem to either not care about facts or just haven't been able to hear, read and see the facts due to extreme slanted media bias. McCain isn't driving the proper points home either. So we have to do it for him.
Please send videos you see that show the facts of the economic problems we are having today stemming from the laws that were changed under the Clinton era done under duress and bullying tactics of a very strong NGO ACORN, to give loans to poor black people who really didn't qualify for them or suffer the social stigma of being branded racist and shut down, picketed and harrassed.