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"The effect of a good government is to make life more valuable,-- of a bad one, to make it less valuable."-- Henry David Thoreau

Thursday, January 27, 2005

Get to know Barack Obama
When I first met Barack Obama, he was giving a standard, innocuous little talk in the livingroom of those two legends-in-their-own-minds, Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn. They were launching him--introducing him to the Hyde Park community as the best thing since sliced bread. His "bright eyes and easy smile" struck me as contrived and calculated--maybe because I was supporting another candidate. Since then, I've never heard him say anything new or earthshaking, or support anything that would require the courage of his convictions. I only voted for him in this last race--because his opponent was a pinhead. And I've been mostly alone in my views. But maybe that's changing.

Thanks, Barack. By voting to confirm Condoleezza Rice for Secretary of State you confirmed my opinion of you as someone who will not come through when it counts. You voted with the entire Republican membership rather than your compadre, Dick Durbin, and the man you supported for president, John Kerry. Your sense of collegiality is ridiculous under the circumstances.

What are all those people who thought you walked on water thinking now? I'm just wondering who's going to whisper in President CandyAss's ear when Condo's busy playing Secretary of State.

2 Comments:

  • At 8:42 PM, Anonymous said…

    Interesting comment - especially since I have felt the same way about Barack's position on Condi - and, have been unable to find anyone else who shares my opinion - seems Barack has captured the hearts of the majority of Dems here in Illinois - Illinois' Governor Blagojevich was hoping to be the favored son of the party and Mr. Obama has easily captured that role..Recently Obama opened his hdqtrs. in Springfield and welcomed with too open arms US Rep. Ray LaHood as a guest -several days later Mr. LaHood expressed his interest in running for governor against Blagojevich - Whose side is Barack on?

     
  • At 12:23 PM, red rabbit said…

    Barack is on Barack's side. I would love to be wrong about him, but I'm not holding my breath. Bobby Rush kicked his butt a few years back because Barack has no substance. He sure has a boatload of ambition, though. Thanks for commenting!

     

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