Thursday, June 12, 2008

The rising star that lowered the standards BIG TIME.

6-12-2008

The great Ronald Reagan never sounded like this stuttering fool. When will Obama supporters finally come to grips that their beloved mass marketed, shielded, empty suit is in reality exactly what I just said? I don't believe nobody in their right mind will mistake Barack Obama for Ronald Reagan when it comes to communication and speeches. Since Reagan left the White House twenty years ago, the bar has definitely been lowered. This guy is suppose to be the "rising star" of the Democrat Party? Does this sounds like a "rising star" worthy of being President? Please be honest.

7 Comments:

Blogger Forty_Two said...

Those who are most qualified to be an effective president just don't want to put up with the incessant supermarket tabloid questions. When Colin Powell was asked if he would be running for the office, he said rather bluntly that he was not going to spend the next two years repeatedly answering questions about the fact that his wife was treated for depression 10 years before. He was probably correct in assuming that the media would ask little else.

7:37 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

forty two"When Colin Powell was asked if he would be running for the office, he said rather bluntly that he was not going to spend the next two years repeatedly answering questions about the fact that his wife was treated for depression 10 years before."

Ironically Michelle hasn't been faced with that kind of scrutiny forty two and probably won't eventhough it is perfectly warranted. If Obama was a republican, she would have been under a high powered magnifying glass. The double standard of the media is beyond sickening. It has become no different then state run television of communist or socialist countries.

9:00 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

RB says; "Ironically Michelle hasn't been faced with that kind of scrutiny forty two and probably won't eventhough it is perfectly warranted."

Unfortunately, for both candidates spouses, with visibility comes scrutiny.

Some (from the right) have went so far to suggest that Michelle Obamas college thesis should be scrutinized to get a sense of her views, and the persona of the potential first lady.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/02/26/politics/uwire/main3881166.shtml

Cindy McCain even let loose her own brand of political scrutiny...

http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalradar/2008/06/cindy-mccain-pr.html

(p.s. Kudo's to Laura Bush for staying clear of the fray!)

As far as scrutiny being warranted, you'll have to remember, that "whats good for the goose, is good for the gander."

So if spousal scrutiny becomes a political debauchery tactic, Cindy could get "baked" more than her cookies...

Drug adiction...

http://www.salon.com/news/feature/1999/10/18/drugs/

Stealing to feed her drug adcition...

http://www.talkleft.com/story/2008/3/7/2303/06115

Questionable finacial dealings, taxes and Keating Five....

http://www.politicalbase.com/profile/Mark%20Nickolas/blog/&blogId=2084

Homewrecker....

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1024927/The-wife-John-McCain-callously-left-behind.html

All of it is fair game in politics. It will be interesting to see which side stoop's the lowest...

4:37 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

It appears as though John McCain didn't love America until he was a 30 year old captured Air Force pilot. As far as loving America goes, I think I've got him beat. I professed my love for America after spending 2 days in a Mexican jail at the age of 21!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/06/19/watch-mccain-didnt-love-a_n_108191.html

2:55 AM  
Blogger JMK said...

Actually it appears that McCain's statement is one that emphasizes the universal truth that we only truly appreciate what we've taken for granted, after being separated from it.

That's the difference between McCain's ""I didn't REALLY love America until I was deprived of her company," (emphasis McCain's) and Michelle Obama's ""for the first time in my adult life, I'm proud of my country."

The former is an expression of not understanding the depth of love until deprived of it, the latter is a self-centered, bitter whine from a privileged woman, angry over her own perception of herself as "disadvantaged."

There's no comparion between the two statements except in the minds of the minds of the malicious and/or reason-challenged.

7:47 PM  
Blogger JMK said...

Actually, McCain’s statement, ”"I didn't REALLY love America until I was deprived of her company," (emphasis McCain’s) is a statement expressing the universal feeling that we tend take for granted those things we really cherish most (the unconditional love of parents, etc.), while Michelle Obama’s statement, “for the first time in my adult life I’m proud of my country...” comes off as the arrogant rant of a very privileged woman who delusionally seems to perceive herself as “disadvantaged.”

The former is an incredibly positive statement, in effect, “I didn’t realize how much I loved America until deprived of her company,” while the latter is an incredibly negative and divisive statement, in effect, a petulant whine from woman who’s benefitted greatly from the LIBERTY (self-ownership and the grinding weight of full personal responsibility) this country is built upon, and now claims to have “suffered” because of the advantages that system accorded her.

12:17 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Sarcasm alert!

There's a strange contrast between the two possible first ladies. Michelle Obama is a bitter woman who's not proud of her country, whereas Cindy McCain is a lying theif and a drug addict who's proud to say that she's a homewrecker...

You just gotta love it!

4:05 AM  

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