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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

In Their Own Words- Biden and Clinton Say "No Way. No How. NObama"

What do Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton have in common? Both have seriously dissed Barack Obama, claiming he's NOT "ready" to serve as Commander In Chief (which he isn't!), and both have been highly complimentary of John McCain. Doesn't seem to matter to them, though, that they've backtracked and are now on the Obamawagon. Thankfully, McCain has capitalized on this, and the following ads simply demonstrate how the Dems are far more interested in party unity and their own interests, rather than the higher interests of their country.


I forced myself to watch Hillary's speech at the DNC tonight, and if it wasn't for the few mentions of Obama, and her unconvincing pleas to support him, one would have thought it was she who had won the Democratic nomination. Tonight was the Hillary show (and Michelle O was none too pleased), but it was all flash with no substance, down to her Orange pantsuit- the colour most likley to make her pop against the blue backdrop. Someone did her homework. Her self-aggrandizing speech mentioned nothing about Obama's character (which is sorely lacking) and merely asked her followers to support him because she was. All prep for a 2012 run.

Hillary at one point said, "No Way. No How. No McCain." But that little catchy phrase lends itself more to "No Way. No How. NObama!!" and both Clinton and Biden have said as much.



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9 comments:

AI said...

This is the man seeking toe office of Commander-in-Chief of the United States and claims he can handles all the external threats against America yet he is honestly afraid to face the unfriendly news reporters at FOX News! Can handle Al Qaeda no worries, Hamas, piece of cake, Ahmadinejad, Chavez, Kim Jon Il and Russian aggression, but cannot, (will not) contend with Bill O’Reilly?

Anonymous said...

Hi
I could not watch due to personal reasons(her voice gets on my nerves)But yeah,I got a glimpse of the pantsuit.Pretttttyyyy loud !
Good for McCain tho!
frasypoo

Karen said...

You watched her speech? You are a stronger woman than me. I've banned the convention from our house!

Incognito said...

AI: I saw that.. pretty pathetic. Guess he just feels more comfy with those who are more like him. He knew someone like O'reilly would eat him aloud.

FRASY: Her voice bugs me as well.. but had some good laughs watching Bill. And yup that orange was guaranteed to make her stand out. Loved watching the sourpuss face of Michelle, as well.

KAREN: I did.. was at some friends and we decided to torture ourselves. Not sure I will watch any more. Can't bear listening to Obama, so doubt I will watch. But we shall see.

zakstar said...

I think you might want to watch the replay of Biden's speech tonight -- a good third of the speech was dedicated to how McCain has experience -- being wrong. While Obama, gets it right.

Incognito said...

ZAKSTAR: Well, then that just proves that Dems are all liars and will say anything for political expediency, because if you look at the clip above he praises McCain and mentions Obama is not ready for prime time.

zakstar said...

Incognito,
Every primary candidate hopes for another chance, but to spite an entire party for that shot would have been career suicide.


Republicans mastered that art of lying long ago and someone it's acceptable behavior. It's practically unRepublican to tell the truth.

During a primary every candidate is going to go after his or her competition from every angle, hoping to poll best.

At the end of the day, 80% of Americans think our country, led by Republicans for 8 years, is headed full steam in the wrong direction. And the best candidate the Republicans could come up wtih was the guy that came in #2 to the worst president in history in 2000. Sort of sad.

Pat Jenkins said...

i like the nobama line incog.... it is for sure better than gobama!!!

Nikki said...

And of course words DO matter...at least according to Obama they do. Except when he changes his mind. Then they don't matter. slick Barry! :)N