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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Black or White / Man or Woman / Barack or Hilary

Barack Obama Attacks Australian and American Soldiers' Sacrifices

Barack Obama is off and running for president. The items covered first by the inexperienced senator from Illinois, attack one of America's great allies and their soldiers and attack the sacrifice of the soldiers from America that are laying their lives on the line in Iraq. First up, Australia. The sophomore senator sounded off like a sophomoric political hack.
His target was Australia's Prime Minister John Howard. "Howard had said that Senator Obama's call for U.S. troops to be withdrawn from Iraq by March 2008 would deliver a victory for terrorists and destabilize the entire Middle East." Howard said: "If I was running al-Qaeda in Iraq, I would put a circle around March 2008 and pray, as many times as possible, for a victory not only for Obama, but also for the Democrats."

The Political Lynching of Barack Obama

I don't know about you, but I've been finding it rather unusual how the media as a whole has been covering the tale of how two Democratic senators, Barack Obama (of Illinois) and Hillary Rodham Clinton (of New York), have each made the decision to run for this country's most prestigious title, the Presidency, for the 2008 election. It seems like every time Obama comes out and makes a public statement about running, obsessive attention is immediately turned towards Clinton to see how she is going to respond. Up to now, there has been no negative response on the part of Clinton. In fact, it doesn't seem as if there has been any public commentary about Obama from her at all. Yet and still, so-called political experts who have more than likely never socially interacted with either candidate are called upon to comment about how they are so sure that conflict between the two camps is brewing. In the process, very little attention is placed on other potential Democratic candidates, including former candidate Sen. John Kerry. Why is this?

Help wanted: Pick a theme song for Barack Obama

The more you see the less you know
The less you find out as you go
I knew much more then than I do now...

Oh you look so beautiful tonight
In the city of blinding lights

Your love, liftin' me higher
Than I've ever been lifted before
So keep it up, quench my desire
And I'll be at your side forevermore

You know your love (your love keeps liftin' me)
Keeps on liftin' (your love keeps liftin' me)
Higher (liftin' me, liftin' me), higher, and higher (higher)

A Profit-Taking Candidate

Recent remarks by Hilary Clinton suggest an energy policy that would score political points, but harm the economy.
In response to reports that oil companies had posted a profit of over $39 billion, Democratic Presidential candidate and Senator Hillary Clinton said that she would want to take those profits and have them invested in the creation of alternative energy sources that will help make America “energy independent.”

The Ragin' Cajun returns

The often outspoken Democratic strategist James Carville discussed Republican ideals, Democratic positions, progressive patriotism, and the 2008 presidential race last night to a packed Jack Morton Auditorium. The event was hosted by the GW College Democrats.

Carville, 62, is best known for campaign tactics that have led many Democrats to win elections in the past; the most famous being Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign. He was also one of the hosts of CNN’s Crossfire, which taped in Jack Morton at GW's School of Media and Public Affairs for three years prior to its cancellation in 2005.

Hilary to come out of the closet in attempt to trump Obama

Former first lady, Hilary Rodham Clinton is set to sensationally reveal a history of lesbian activity in a bid to out-do rival, Barrack Obama, who is hoping to become America's first black President.

Sources close to Hilary have been quoted as saying "At first she thought it would be enough of a draw to be the first female President, but Obama came along and just upped the stakes."

Hillary Clinton
Barack Obama
Iraq War

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