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Saturday, June 07, 2008

Obama Bullies Lieberman

The Affirmative Action Candidate tried to bully Independent Senator Joe Lieberman!

From ABC News Blog Political Punch:

    Returning to the Senate after his securing the Democratic presidential nomination, Obama and Lieberman greeted each on the Senate floor in the Well as they were voting on the budget resolution.

    They shook hands. But Obama didn’t let go, leading Lieberman - cordially - by the hand across the room into a corner on the Democratic side, where Democratic sources tell ABC News he delivered some tough words for the junior senator from Connecticut, who had just minutes before hammered Obama's speech before the pro-Israel group AIPAC in a conference call arranged by the McCain campaign.

    The two spoke intensely for approximately five minutes, with no one able to hear their conversation. Reporters watched as Obama leaned closely in to Lieberman, whose back was literally up against the wall.

The St. Louis Dispatch reports on the physical machinations and apparent anger displayed by The Affirmative Action Candidate:

    ...during a Senate vote Wednesday, Obama dragged Lieberman by the hand to a far corner of the Senate chamber and engaged in what appeared to reporters in the gallery as an intense, three-minute conversation.

    While it was unclear what the two were discussing, the body language suggested that Obama was trying to convince Lieberman of something and his stance appeared slightly intimidating.

    Using forceful, but not angry, hand gestures, Obama literally backed up Lieberman against the wall, leaned in very close at times, and appeared to be trying to dominate the conversation, as the two talked over each other in a few instances.

    Still, Obama and Lieberman seemed to be trying to keep the back-and-forth congenial as they both patted each other on the back during and after the exchange.

    Afterwards, Obama smiled and pointed up at reporters peering over the edge of the press gallery for a better glimpse of their interaction.

    Obama loyalists were quick to express their frustration with Lieberman’s decision and warned that if he continues to take a lead role in attacking Obama it could complicate his professional relationship with the Caucus.

Interesting, isn't it? That The Illinois Muslim is more friendly to the president of Iran, domestic terrorist groups like the Weather Underground, and terrorist groups than he is to one of his own fellow Americans.

This story tells you exactly who Obama is; a typical Left Wing Bully. Oh yeah, the LeftTards are bullies when it comes to America, Americans and their own political system. But they are the best of pacifistic friends when it comes to terrorists and terrorist groups.


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Ultimately, it's the proof of their cowardice.
"I will push around some one who is what 25-30 years my senior when I am in my prime..."
"But when a real threat to me and mine comes along I will grovel and cower at thier feet..."
Well said. I agree with your take on it.

I was just thinking about you the other day and wondered how you were doing since I had not heard from you in a while. You have not updated your blog in some time. Is all okay? Let me know.
I've been very busy, at the start of the year I embarked on a new career. Building an office creating systems, putting things in their place... But I do pop in and read now and then...
Arc, thanks for the update on what's been going on. Congrats on what certainly sounds like a successful career opportunity for you. And thanks for the visits and comments. I appreciate that you drop by and comment when you are able!
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