Tuesday, March 25, 2008


"If Barack gets past the primary," said the Rev. Jeremiah Wright to the New York Times in April of last year, "he might have to publicly distance himself from me. I said it to Barack personally, and he said yeah, that might have to happen."

Calculating or what?


David Arenson said...

Yes, calculating. Obama is a good man but an ambitious man. Ever know a politician who wasn't? Obama knew this was coming. What else does he know is coming?

This is why I voted on Feb. 5 for the devil I knew -- Clinton -- instead of the devil I didn't, my own pet devil (Edwards) having by then dropped out of the race.

Anonymous said...

He's a slam dunk for the presidency, so it doesn't matter at all.

All he has to say is, 'isn't it wonderful that by voting for me we can show the world that we've moved past our horrible racist past, once and for all.'

Millions will cheer and fight to be the first to so demonstrate.

It's all over. There could be a video showing him strangling a puppy, and it wouldn't cause a ruffle.

'Anyone who votes against Obama probably is a racist' will be the implicit tone to use.

He's a slam dunk.