I have always said Republicans are shameless humans without dignity. This is a reason I will never be a Republican. They claim to run on a christian  platform, but deep down their hearts there is Lucifer, with no mercy, cold hearts, very spiteful. Check their plans below. Who makes shameless moves like this one, and yet claim to be real Christians. Priceless.

Republicans Plan to Grab Some Denver Limelight

By ELIZABETH HOLMES,  August 21, 2008; Page A4,  NY Times
John McCain and the Republican Party have their own plans for next week in Denver, including … a Web site touting new attack videos, and a tagline for the Democrats’ convention: A Mile High and an Inch Deep.

[John McCain]

“…staffers of the McCain campaign and R.N.C. head west this weekend to combat media coverage the nomination of Barack Obama will draw. The slogan for their opponents: Not Ready ’08.

“… (GOP’s) activities are attempt to distract attention from the main attraction… Former McCain opponents Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney, along with Gov. Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota and a host of others, will be in Denver… within walking distance of the convention site.

From the headquarters, complete with catering and a security detail, the surrogates will hold news conferences, make T.V. appearances, give satellite interviews with outlets in battleground states.

The McCain campaign also has convention-specific television ads that will run throughout the week. The hits will also come from a Web site that compiles TV clips of Democratic leaders praising Sen. McCain and questioning Sen. Obama’s experience — including Bill and Hillary Clinton and Sen. Chris Dodd of Connecticut.

In the past, the Democratic and Republican conventions have been weeks apart. This year, with a gap of only a few days, special care is being paid to the transition and “turning the page” quickly,

To that end, the campaign is thrusting Gov. Pawlenty into the Denver spotlight next Thursday, the last day of the Democratic convention, to get people thinking about the Republican convention in St. Paul, Minn.

And to grab some post-convention excitement, the Republicans plan a large rally at the 12,000-seat Nutter Center outside Dayton, Ohio the next day, Aug. 29. It is likely that event, which falls on Sen. McCain’s 72nd birthday, will include the announcement of his running mate.

The Arizona senator plans to stay in the Southwest during the Democratic convention and make a few appearances, including a visit Monday to “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”

Voters can expect the Republicans to harp on Sen. Obama’s so-called celebrity status by exploiting the Star appearances scheduled for the Denver convention gatherings.

Some Republicans will do interviews on the sets of T.V. networks operating in the Pepsi Center, meaning they and the staff escorting them will have access to the site.