Monday, April 21, 2008

He's All Class, That Obama

Ann Althouse:

"Does he condemn them? Would he condemn someone who that says they're unrepentant and wished that they had bombed more?"
McCain asks.

"[Obama] became friends with [William Ayers] and spent time with him while the guy was unrepentant over his activities as a member of a terrorist organization, the Weathermen."

And here's the response from the Obama campaign:

"Unable to sell his out-of-touch ideas on the economy and Iraq, John McCain has stooped to the same smear politics and low road that he denounced in 2000. The American people can’t afford a third term of President Bush’s failed policies and divisive tactics."

Wow, they are on autopilot. Any criticism is met with bland disqualification: It's negative. Don't say anything negative. If you don't have anything nice to say don't say anything.

I know Obama said when he was in kindergarten that he wanted to be President. But he isn't still in kindergarten.

So , for Obama, the definition of divisive is disagreeing with Obama. I'm glad Obama is here to end divisiveness. He is the people we have been waiting for.

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