Monday, May 19

all barack, all the time

Some 65,000-75,000 dim witted Oregonians came out to listen to Obama's drivel over the weekend.

The Magic Negro spoke about using up 25% of the global energy by driving SUV's and keeping our houses cooled at 72 degrees -- like those are bad things? -- then he drove off in an SUV.

Then, after making his wife a central figure in his presidential campaign, Barack now has the stones to say that she is off limits. "Lay off my wife," he said during an appearance this morning on GMA.

Sorry, Senator. It's too late. When Michelle is out there making speeches that offend millions of American voters, saying that "she's not proud of her country," you had better be damn sure that the GOP is going to seize on that type of stupid political rhetoric and make it an issue.

President McCain.


Blogger Jaz said...

Add Michelle Obama to the list of topics that the Obama campaign is declaring off limits.

Can't call Barack a liberal.

Can't bring up Reverend Wright.

Can't use Barack's middle name.

Can't talk about flag pins.

Can't talk about his failure to put his hand on his heart during the pledge of allegiance.

Can't talk about his association with William Ayers.

Can't talk about how the current minister of the church he still attends is just a Reverend Wright knock-off spewing hate just like his predesesor.

Can't talk about Obama's association with Tony Rezco.

Can't talk about appeasement.

Can't talk about how terrorist groups want Obama to be president.

You see, all of these topics which paint Obama in an unfavorable light are "distractions".

Would the Obama campaign kindly issue a list of topics that can be discussed. Surely that list is shorter than the list of banned topics.

5:58 AM  
Blogger Kent said...

Oh, sure. Liberals are all for free speech.

11:53 PM  

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