These are the voters that McCain and Palin are now appealing to with all their barely-coded messages about how Barack Hussein Obama pals around with terrorists.

What does it say about John McCain that he is actively encouraging this sentiment?  He doesn't even have the excuse that he is drunk.

"Country First".  Indeed.

UPDATE:  See also David Frum who says he will be voting for McCain but is afraid of what these attacks do to Republicans' future:
Those who press this Ayers line of attack are whipping Republicans and conservatives into a fury that is going to be very hard to calm after November. Is it really wise to send conservatives into opposition in a mood of disdain and fury for a man who may well be the next president of the United States, incidentally the first African-American president? Anger is a very bad political adviser. It can isolate us and push us to the extremes at exactly the moment when we ought to be rebuilding, rethinking, regrouping and recruiting.
UPDATE 2:  Obama's response, in an interview to ABC.

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