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mccain: lewis\' campaign comparison unfair
John Lewis compares the negative tone of the Republican presidential campaign with the atmosphere cultivated by apartheid in the 1960 s
McCain believes senior Georgian Democrats and civil rights activists have more weight than Republican leaders in Virginia, who compare Democratic rival Barack Obama to Democratic presidents.
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In an interview with CNN, McCain said: \"It\'s not just some obscure party officials . \"
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Frederick recently told volunteers in McKeane that both Obama and bin Laden \"have friends who bombed the Pentagon \".
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\"In the political campaign, your people are on the very periphery of two ranges,\" McCain said . \".
McCain and his campaign partner Palin said Obama did not tell the truth about his relationship with 1960 militant William Ayers, and Palin accused Obama of \"making a fight with terrorists\", meaning AI.
Ayers is the founder of the Weather Underground, a radical Vietnam War --
The era group, which claimed responsibility for a series of bombings, including non-lethal bombings at the Pentagon and the United States. S. Capitol.
When Obama began his political career in 1995, Ayers also held a reception for Obama.
They also worked in the same nonprofit organization in Chicago.
McCain\'s campaign tried to capitalize on the relationship, although they did not agree with Frederick.
McCain said: \"While Barack Obama is associated with domestic terrorist William Ayers, the McCain campaign did not agree with Jeff Frederick\'s comparison and did not think his comments were appropriate
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In a statement on Saturday, Lewis said McCain and Palin were \"sowing the seeds of hatred and division\" and \"hostility in our political discourse\" and pointed out the tone of the apartheid government.
George Wallace was raised in Alabama in 1960.
George Wallace never threw a bomb.
He has never shot, but he has created climate and conditions that encourage vicious attacks on innocent Americans who are just trying to exercise their constitutional rights, \"said Black Lewis.
\"Due to this atmosphere of hatred, a church in Birmingham, Alabama was bombed on Sunday morning and four little girls were killed.
Obama\'s campaign says he doesn\'t believe McCain and his policy criticism can be compared to Wallace and his apartheid policy.
Lewis made a follow-up statement.
Saturday\'s statement said it was not his \"intention or desire\" to compare McCain or Palin directly with Wallace \".
Lewis\'s comments came after reporting on McCain\'s angry example.
Palin\'s rally was aimed at Obama, the first black man to become a presidential candidate for a major party.
Republican supporters chanted \"traitors\", \"terrorists\", \"treason\", \"scammers\" and \"heads off \".
McCain defended his audience by saying that most of the people attending the rally were \"kind, decent, patriotic Americans \".
\"Close contact in some way, the vast majority of people, with the exception of the rare one, said:\" Somehow, I am not a good American, and I am not motivated, but the most patriotic motive is to insult people, and I will not accept it. \".
During this year\'s campaign, McCain repeatedly praised Lewis for his involvement with Dr. Lewis.
Martin Luther King tells the story of civil rights veterans at an event in Selma, Alabama.
In the primary campaign of Martin Luther King Day, CBS News asked all candidates to reflect on the legacy of civil rights leaders.
McCain noted that he was in a prison in Vietnam when the King was assassinated, but he mentioned Lewis.
\"I don\'t know Dr. Kim,\" McCain said . \"
\"But I know John Lewis, and I know what he represents.
John Lewis and I may disagree on some issues, but I think it\'s a real American hero.
In Selma, Alabama, April. --
The background of the landmark civil rights parade in March 7, 1965-
McCain praised the bravery of those who marched that day, including Lewis, who was beaten and fractured in the protest.
In August, when McCain appeared in a forum on faith, he was asked to name the three \"wise men\" he would listen.
He quoted Lewis and Gen.
US President David PetraeusS.
Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman is a senior advisor to his campaign.