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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Obama Pretends To Drink Beer

Via The Australian:

    BARACK Obama has come out swinging on the eve of the latest vote in the tortuous choice for the presidential ticket for the Democratic nomination, one that could seal the end of Hillary Clinton's fight for the nomination.


    "Look, our campaign's not perfect. There've been times where, you know, if you get elbowed enough, eventually you start elbowing back."

In related news, The Obamalith pretended he was just regular folks by pretending to drink a beer. Honest! The below AFP credited photo accompanies the above linked story with the description:
Barack Obama samples beer at Bethlehem Brew Works during a visit to Pennsylvania.

"I bet sea turtle meat goes good with this thing called...beer...it's beer you call it?"


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