Saturday, March 22, 2008

Geraldine Ferraro Gets Thrown Under The Bus

I find it interesting that any criticism of Barack Hussein Obama is immediately called racism. More interesting is that comments that are not critical of the junior Senator get called racist when clearly they are not. As an example look at the comment that got Geraldine Ferraro, a former Democratic Vice Presidential candidate, relieved from her duties in the Clinton campaign..."If Obama was a white man, he would not be in this position. And if he was a woman (of any color), he would not be in this position. He happens to be very lucky to be who he is. And the country is caught up in the concept."

I ask is that racist? I also want to know why the liberal media didn't want to examine the truth of the comment. C'mon does anyone really think Barack Hussein Obama would be able to defeat Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Primaries if he was a white lawyer in his first term as a U.S. Senator? I'll bet that John Edwards could weigh in on that idea. Obama has clearly been catapulted into his current position because he's black. The reason why his race is helping him at this point is, in my view, simple. Liberals must continually show their color blindness to assure themselves of their supposed moral superiority. So, considering there's not a dime's worth of difference between Clinton and Obama from a policy standpoint, the uber liberals proudly cast their vote with Obama. I really think it's that simple.

Geraldine Ferraro was thrown under the bus because she spoke the truth. I know it's weird to think of a career polititian like Ferraro speaking the truth in an election year but it happened. And, instead of the truth setting her free it just left her with big tire marks...because the liberals don't care about the truth and facts, just what makes them feel good and superior.

Monday, March 10, 2008

I Still Feel Dirty...Kind Of

Yes, I still feel a little dirty about it. I've showered, bathed, and been tempted to scrub with bleach to feel clean again but it'll probably be November before all is well. Why? Yes, last Tuesday I voted in the Texas primary for Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Believe me I know the impact of what I've done, but I had to do my best to make sure that Shrillary stayed in the race against Barack Hussein Obama. The reason is simple...someone on the Democrat side needs to point out Obama's shortcomings since it appears that John McCain is going to be a weenie and treat him with velvet gloves. Don't misunderstand me on this. I'm not saying anyone should say anything about any candidate that is untrue. What I am saying is that the truth about Obama needs to be put out there by someone that the liberal left will listen to. Obama is getting a pass by the national media just because he's charismatic. At least I guess it's his charisma because surely nobody would overlook faults and shortcomings because he's bi-racial. Would they?