Yesterday evening(09/10/08) Keith Olbermann, MSNBC journalist, held an individual and his blind followers socially accountable in a way that will not be soon forgotten! Republican presidential nominee, John McCain, and his loyal followers of the G.O.P , have fallen to a level of shameless behavior that has justified the increasingly low opinions and mistrust society has of politicians. It seems that once these individuals are elected they begin to forget that they have been allowed and entrusted, to be the caretakers of our unified best interests. A majority of the leaders in the leaders in the Republican party, behave nothing like leaders, instead they choose to portray the part of well organized opportunists, possessing a mafioso style mentality in their ruthless desire to remain in power. At the Republican party convention the leaders proved how low they could stoop, fueled by the roaring cheers from their socially blind followers! Keith Olbermann reminded the watchers of prime time news, what is expected from individuals with political power, and that being a politician is not an omnipotent right, it is a major responsibility. McCain — like the majority of the G.O.P., like to manipulate the his followers by preying on their fears. This is despicable behavior – truly unbecoming a leader. John McCain rants about how he can protect the U.S. from terrorist, which is an untruth, because he himself is a terrorist. He needs to read the definition of this word.The definition of a terrorist is: a person, usually a member of a group, who uses or advocates terrorism. a person who terrorizes or frightens others. pertaining to, or characteristic of terrorism or terrorists. Today is Semptember 11th, another day in American history that will always be one of infamy. But for the past seven years some have been using it as their own personal pawn. If this country is ever going to heal, this has to stop…and it has to stop now! The senseless loss of life should never be used as a tool for political or personal gain. If anything it should be the constant reminder of how precious life is, and how easily it can be destroyed.