Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Obama Calls ‘Access Hollywood’ Interview A Mistake

by Mike Celizic - July 9th, 2008 - MSNBC

“I think that we got carried away in the moment,” the Illinois senator and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee told TODAY’s Matt Lauer Wednesday.

[snip]

“We wouldn’t do it again, and we won’t be doing it again,” the candidate said flatly.

In case you had forgotten this is the candidate who swore he wanted to keep his family life private. When it is convenient though he is perfectly happy using his family to advance his candidacy. Just don't ask him to do it again, unless he wants to do it again, in which case he will do it with no preconditions!

ROTFL

This arrogant candidate is absolutely unbelievable. My thanks to blogger AirForceCane on lucianne.com for the following list.
FISA
Jim Johnson
Gun Control and Second Amendment Rights
Access Hollywood
Reverend Wright and Reverend Pfleger
Jerusalem
Taxes
Effectiveness of Surge
Abortion Rights
Debating at town halls
Public Financing
Meeting with Ahmedinijad and Chavez
Negotiating NAFTA
Free Trade


He brags about his judgment and yet this is just a short list of all the issues where candidate Barack Obama has not only not shown good judgment. He has displayed a greater level of incompetence, ignorance and willingness to flip-flop than any candidate in recent history. He does not have a clue what he believes and is willing to take every side of every issue as a result, or else he is convinced that the American people are too stupid to follow his logic.

And still he leads in the polls for President. I am starting to believe that the goal of his candidacy is to convince the world that no population is smart enough for Democracy to succeed. It certainly appears Americans are not able to recognize this charlatan for what he is. Not yet anyway.


1 Comments:

At 4:42 PM, Blogger Jeremy said...

Maybe Iran will be stupid enough to strike Isreal. I would definetly think McCain would do something about that situation before Oflopa.

 

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