Thursday, July 31, 2008

Obama: Look At Me, I Am Black!

But how dare that racist McCain point out that I'm black even though he didn't! BTW, did you know that I'm really John F'ing "Did I tell you I was also black in Vietnam" Kerry Obama?

Stumping in an economically challenged battleground state, Obama argued Wednesday that President Bush and McCain will resort to scare tactics to maintain their hold on the White House because they have little else to offer voters.

"Nobody thinks that Bush and McCain have a real answer to the challenges we face. So what they're going to try to do is make you scared of me," Obama said. "You know, he's not patriotic enough, he's got a funny name, you know, he doesn't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills."

If constantly talking about a person's color is racist, Barack Hussein Obama is a racist. Of course, he has to talk about his funny name and his skin color because he can't speak to issues and retain votes, let alone gain votes.

Obama also compared himself to western legend Wild Bill Hickok, who he said had fought a duel in Springfield.

"I'm ready to duel John McCain on taxes right here, quick draw," Obama said, prompting a quick retort from the other side.

"If Barack Obama wants this so-called duel then why did he and his entourage run for the hills when John McCain challenged him to 10 town halls?" McCain spokesman Tucker Bounds said.
Obama responded after shaking hands at a restaurant in Lebanon, Mo.

"I don't hear very much positive from Sen. McCain," he said. "He seems to be only talking about me. You need to ask John McCain what he's for, not just what he's against."

Since nobody on the Obama 'Yes, We Can' campaign can read, here is a short list someone can read to you of what McCain is for:

A strong military
Winning the War on Terror
Winning in Afghanistan as we are winning in Iraq
Lower taxes
A Supreme Court that believes in the Constitution as it is written

What are you for, you racist with a funny name and big ears? Besides being black, that is?

Baroque Hubris Obama, Prom Queen For Nothing

The regal sense of arrogance parted the waters of the Middle East and Europe leaving in its wake, nothing. Nothing was filled with empty phrases that looked good on paper, but meant nothing. There is nothing that Obama can't do including wrong and he looks as if there is nothing to it.

It has gotten so bad that even the media seems to be getting it. That says something.

President Obama Continues Hectic Victory Tour
Barack Obama has long been his party's presumptive nominee. Now he's becoming its presumptuous nominee.

Fresh from his presidential-style world tour, during which foreign leaders and American generals lined up to show him affection, Obama settled down to some presidential-style business in Washington yesterday. He ordered up a teleconference with the (current president's) Treasury secretary, granted an audience to the Pakistani prime minister and had his staff arrange for the chairman of the Federal Reserve to give him a briefing. Then, he went up to Capitol Hill to be adored by House Democrats in a presidential-style pep rally.

Along the way, he traveled in a bubble more insulating than the actual president's. Traffic was shut down for him as he zoomed about town in a long, presidential-style motorcade, while the public and most of the press were kept in the dark about his activities, which included a fundraiser at the Mayflower where donors paid $10,000 or more to have photos taken with him.

Obama brings nothing to the Presidency. Except arrogance, way too much pride and a vision of government that Marx would love like nothing else.