Sunday, June 29, 2008

Another Obama Outrage

Although Obama Nation doesn't mind impugning racism to every little criticism of The Chosen One, heaven forbid that a Democrat try to point out that "riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down" isn't exactly the most salient "qualification to be president" when discussing McSame's worthiness to be president.

Obama the Wonderful has rebuked a four-star general 'cause with all his executive experience, heaven knows Barky knows what's best about what it takes to lead.

"As he's said many times before, Senator Obama honors and respects Senator MCain's service, and, of course, he rejects yesterday's statement by General
General Clark is one of the best military minds not only in the Democratic party but in the entire country. This is the man who was valedictorian at West Point, has a master's degree in military science, was a Rhodes Scholar to Oxford and was the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Like the Big Bad Wolf, the howler has to note, "What huge unmitigated balls you have, Barky." For Virginia bloggers, this is equivalent to Webb noting that McSame is not fit to be commander in chief and then having Barky whack Webb with a two by four for his troubles.

Is everyone feeling the love yet%$##&*@!@)*&...??? If not, don't worry; you're not alone. Vote Vet totally agrees with Clark and totally disagrees with Obama. Talk Left explains with a link and petition:

General Clark,

We the undersigned thank you for speaking up forcefully and honestly about what it takes to lead this nation, and the kind of judgment we must look for. You were right to say that Senator McCain has not shown good judgment, despite his extraordinary service to America. Just in the past few years:

- Senator McCain's service and experience, both as a POW and as a Senator apparently hasn't infused him with a dose of good judgment.

- Senator McCain's experience hasn't led him to realize that the war in Iraq and it's continuance has empowered and emboldened Iran, and destabilized the region.

- Senator McCain's experience hasn't caused him to recognize that we're losing ground in Afghanistan, and Osama bin Laden is still out there, plotting.

- Senator McCain's experience didn't lead him to support the 21st Century GI Bill -- he opposed it. It didn't even make him feel the need to get back to Washington to vote on this -- one of the most important veterans' bills this Congress. He twice skipped votes on the GI Bill, to fundraise.

Apparently Obama is trying to woo the George Bush wing of the Republican party. Say it ain't so...but...he's attacking Move On, too. Pretty soon the blogger boyz are gonna start feeling like more like that poor sap Joe Anthony who started a "barackobama homepage."

Well, that's what they all get for meddling in the Democratic presidential primary and endorsing an empty suit without doing their due diligence. Of course, they should've seen it coming from miles away; back when the Senate condemned MoveOn for their Petreaus ad, Obama the Wonderful voted for it and Hillary the bitch didn't.

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