Tuesday, September 02, 2008

It's Not My Fault, Man@#!^!

When something goes awry, it's never Obama's fault.

Don't believe...? Here's a link and a few passages from Politico that absolutely prove it.

Just hours after his campaign issued a first statement Friday ripping the addition of Sarah Palin to the Republican ticket, Barack Obama backed away from that statement — or at least its tone — and said that his own campaign had misrepresented him.


When asked about his campaign’s attack on Palin, attributed to top spokesman Bill Burton, at a Friday afternoon media availability at a Pennsylvania biodiesel plant, Obama referred to a statement he and running mate Joe Biden had since issued that hardly touched on policy issues and called Palin “an admirable person and … a compelling new voice.”

Obama disavowed his campaign’s first response, telling journalists that “I think that, uh, you know, campaigns start getting these, uh, hair triggers and, uh, the statement that Joe and I put out reflects our sentiments,” he said.

Nothing is ever Obama's fault. Nothing. Not even words coming straight out of his mouth.

One consistent pattern in the Obama campaign is accusing their opponents of doing dirt that they in fact are doing themselves.

So when they accuse John McCain of being Bush III, you know how to interpret that.
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