You know what, I think McCain would be better than Bush. I also think that argument is pretty flimsy. I think most of us can agree that saying someone would be better than Bush is kind of like saying I'd rather have one knee broken instead of having both broken.
Furthermore, I don't see how Senator Clinton can make this kind of attack after the way she treated McCain earlier--saying that Senator McCain has a lifetime of experience and Obama has a speech he made in 2002.
I find her argument both hypocritical and specious, and, frankly, algere, I find your diary on it a cheap shot.
Has anyone seen the numerous pieces of graffiti Obama left in his Honolulu high school, many of which still exist?
First, back this up with a source. Second, back this up with a source that shows Obama did it. Third, demonstrate how--in any way--what obama wrote on a wall in high school has anything to do with what he's doing now.
if the rest of the "skeletons" are anything like the ones already found, I don't think it's going to sway the SDs much. After all, Obama's been lessening the gap in SDs since Wright, Ayers, Rezko, etc.
Even if FL and MI are seated as voted, I doubt the SDs are going to buy into the idea that the vote totals are representative of a fair race--especially in MI. Obama wasn't on the ballot.
So, the "lead" in the popular vote really won't be much of a lead at all.
As for the 15-30 point victories in PA, IN, KY, WV, and PR. I might by KY, WV, and PR, but judging from recent polls, I doubt that PA will be more then 15--if that, and IN will be closer.
Considering all of the so-called scandals that have rocked the Obama campaign, he is still doing well in the polls, is still in the pledged and popular vote lead, is still the frontrunner.
Basically, I'm saying that the idea that there will be some massive shift towards sen. clinton is wishful thinking.
Obama planned ahead. He said to himself, "I'm going to flip the bird while saying 'was in her element.'" Even though, that's a non sequiter, he knew that was a great plan. But, he's so clever, he decided to NOT ACTUALLY FLIP THE BIRD AT ANYONE. In fact, he scratched his face with two fingers. Now, he knew that it would only appear that he was flipping HRC off (even though it was a non-sequiter) to about 1/8th of the audience, but they got the joke because they all were using their secret decoder rings that they get at their cult meetings. So they got the joke.
Yeah, so by not actually flipping anyone off, he was flipping HRC off but doing it in a way to avoid getting caught.
so, let me see if I understand this, it's okay to associate with people terrorists if they've served time in jail, in fact, it's okay to commute these horrible people's sentences, but it isn't okay to be on the same board and get a small donation from one.
As for this "launched Obama's senate campaign" stuff. I'd like to see evidence of that.
If you weren't already set on smearing Obama, this kind of guilt-by-association crap wouldn't fly.
Is obama anti-american? Is he a terrorist? what is the point of all this? That he shouldn't ever have anything in common with bad people?