July 25, 2008

Wait Just A Damn Minute!


I'm sorry. Did I fuckin' miss something, or isn't this guy not even the nominee yet? Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't the "moment" when we "change" the "world" into a liberal "paradise" -- with "peace," "healthcare" and free Slurpees for all -- doesn't that "moment" come after the "moment" when the dude actually gets elected president?

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1 His fifteen minutes will be well over come November.

Posted by: Casca at July 25, 2008 11:10 AM (IrbU4)

2 I think Casca may be on to something.

Posted by: Mike C. at July 25, 2008 12:31 PM (4gHqM)

3 dude, this guy ain't even qualifed for the 15 minutes.

Posted by: annika at July 25, 2008 10:30 PM (i2Pfi)

4 I hope you're right. We haven't seen mass hysteria like this since Princess Di. This guy is my senator, and there is a certain amusement to watching a Chicago Democratic pull off selling himself as the ideal for change.

Posted by: Pursuit at July 26, 2008 10:01 AM (gSERm)

5 Well you are blogging again, look at that. Love it. Think y'all might enjoy this if you haven't seen it already: http://home.earthlink.net/~karmachitao/bobobamahope.html

Posted by: Scof at July 26, 2008 02:11 PM (c68kb)

6 There's no way Barry the Obamessiah wins in November, thank God. He's polling right about the same Kerry was in July of 2004: if he was really headed for victory, he'd be at least ten points out right now, or more. Despite having the media in the tank for him, the guy's just so obviously not ready for prime time that late-breaking undecideds are going to think "that guy?! Are you fucking kidding me?"

Posted by: Dave J at July 26, 2008 07:11 PM (B192h)

7 "Not ready for Prime Time" Hehhehehehe, I'll be using that.

Posted by: Casca at July 26, 2008 07:45 PM (gOOVv)

8 Really, if this is all you have to criticize this guy on, then he's a shoe-in.

Posted by: YumYum at July 29, 2008 06:38 PM (DDjOu)

9 Well, it's "shoo-in" to be precise. The people didn't elect either Gore or Kerry for the exact same reasons; they just aren't regular guys. In the flyover states, they get this, so look for Obama to lose Ohio, Michigan and Pennsylvania, which is where the battlegrounds will be. Game over.

Posted by: shelly at July 30, 2008 07:42 AM (4gHqM)

10 Shelly, you're connected to the world wide conspiracy. How's the jewish vote going to break? I'd think that BO would lose a sizeable percentage of that Miami vote. There is no way in hell that Ohio will go BO, although Hillary could have had it this year. You're right on PA & MI too.

Posted by: Casca at July 30, 2008 10:20 AM (NmR1a)

11 Obama is fooling no one in Israel. Ohlmert is out and the next PM will be former P.M. Bibi Netanyahu or former P.M. Ehud Barak. I know both personally. Both are hardliners when it ocmes to security. Both are smart as Hell, so they "courted him" or, rather gve him enough respect to protect themselves should he actually pull it off. But they know who their friends will be and they aren't around Obama. As things draw closer, they tend to drop hints to the American Leadership as to whom they prefer; so far, the signals are all in semaphore flags, which may give you some idea as to how they feel.

Posted by: shelly at August 01, 2008 05:48 AM (4gHqM)

12 I'm going to vote for him... for me to POOP ON!

Posted by: Triumph at August 05, 2008 08:50 AM (IrbU4)

13 For those who think the "Drill offshore, drill now" sloganeering has any substance whatsoever to it, read this presentation by Matthew Simmons, CEO of the world's largest energy investment bank to the Offshore Technology Conference this year, and the DoE's own analysis that shows that any substantive output from currently banned US offshore sites "would not have a significant impact on domestic crude oil and natural gas production or prices before 2030", and even then "any impact on average wellhead prices is expected to be insignificant"; Oil and Gas Rust: An Evil Worse than Depletion - 2008 Offshore Technology Conference DoE: Impacts of Increased Access to Oil and Natural Gas Resources in the Lower 48 Federal Outer Continental Shelf In short, there's not much there and we don't even have the ability to go after it.

Posted by: will at August 19, 2008 07:03 AM (z62e3)

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