Monday, April 14, 2008
Obama's Small Town
Full Of Bitter Village Idiots
Bele: "I'm a charlatan, damn it, not a doctor!"
See, this is how it works:
Osama Hussein Obama is in San Francisco, hitting up really upper crust, big money bagazillionaires for campaign donations. Before they part with their money - primarily because no one is cheaper than uber-wealthy Liberals - they ask him why he isn't doing better in the Pennsylvania race. From, Clinton seizes Obama Moment by Katharine Q. Seelye and Jeff Zeleny campaign 2008 , by the New York Times:
[The people in] "these small towns in Pennsylvania [are] bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations."
"Lately there has been a little typical sort of political fare up because I said something that everybody knows is true, which is that there are a whole bunch of folks in small town in Pennsylvania, in towns right here in Indiana, in my hometown in Illinois, who are bitter."
It sounds like this bitterness is spreading, why it sounds like it's...
...it's an epidemic!
The Pood, inserting the remainder of his second foot in his mouth capped his spin, saying:
"a natural response [for people to have] because you know the truth is that these traditions that are passed on from generation to generation, those are important."
This "bitterness" he mentions apparently cannot be blamed on the last seven years of George W. Bush and Richard Cheney, because Obama says, "these (he means "bitterness" as a "natural response") traditions have been passed on generation to generation." Huh, another failure of Liberalism I guess - because one of the great causes and cries from Liberals and Progressives was to eliminate bitterness. Oh well...back to the drawing board on that one, Dems?
Have you noticed how everyone on the Obama Bandwagon is bitter? Let's see now, Obama is bitter, his wife is bitter, his Reverend Wright is bitter, his Rev. James T. Meeks is bitter, Donnie McClurkin is bitter, Hanoi Jane said she will vote for him and we know she's bitter, members of his campaign staff are bitter (some even had to be dismissed or "let go"), his other spiritual advisers are bitter, his supporters are bitter, Tony Rezko seems bitter, his fake fainters - who knows - maybe bitterness made them faint...now the voters in PA are bitter and that bitterness is spreading to Indiana and Illinois. Why, we all must be bitter, it's the Trickle Down effect of Bitterness from the Obama Campaign! They act as a "host" for bitter, infecting everyone with whom they come in contact.
Does it get more difficult, on a daily basis - all you Liberals and Progressives - to remain in your state of Deep, Deep Denial whenever your candidate (Obama or Hillary Clinton, it makes no difference) says something that, if the statement were made by a Republican, would send you into High Gear Pounce And Smear Campaign?
Almost every day there is a new story that legitimately brings a serious charge about Obama to light. Almost every day the Obamaniacs maintain either dutiful silence or engage the game of "explaining away" where the severity of what Obama said or did is downplayed and given a low profile. In their next breath, these are the same people who say that Republican presidential candidate, " John McCain said we'll be in Iraq for 100 years." And the Clintonites believe the same about her - that she can do no wrong - as the Obamaniacs believe about him. I find their handstands and always-changing positioning amusing, don't you?
I'm all for Obama being the Democrat presidential candidate, I've said this before. I won't vote for him, I think McCain will have an easier time beating Obama than he would Hillary Clinton. And even if Obama wins, with him we get four years of Jimmy Cater 2: "The Malaise Returns". Obama is voted out in 2012 and replaced by a Republican.
With Hillary, if she gets her foot in the door, we will have her for eight years, make no mistake about it and hold me to this prediction. She will see to it that come hell or high water, she will have two full terms and this...this makes blood shoot out of my stomach.
I'm not ready to vote for McCain either, so this is no endorsement of his campaign.
We can look forward to six and a half more months of almost daily stories of Obama saying or doing something that reveals who he really is. And six and a half more months of The Cult Members holding any Democrat to different standards than they would apply to a Republican?
How hard can it be for McCain to win in November?
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