Obama and Che.

Obama’s Houston campaign officeSo Barack Obama’s office in Houston has a flag hanging in it, but it’s not the US flag, it’s the Cuban flag.  And it’s not just a Cuban flag, it a Cuban flag with Che Guevara’s face on it. 

It’s doubtful Barack knows about this, but it does give a little insight into the minds of some of the supporters of the Senator from Illinois. 

And if he doesn’t get on the phone soon and have that thing taken down AND release a statement disavowing the flag and the murdering terrorist on it, he can pretty much write off Florida in the general election.

Hat-tip to Newsbusters on the catch.  And you can see video of it here

Our friends at PJ Country have this quote from a Leftie:

“Now, I appreciate that some progressives admire Che. But when you’ve got TV cameras rolling, is it really the best idea to be identifying yourself with a man who most of the country (including a lot of Dems) consider to have been a bloody murderer?”

Wish we could say this was surprising…


1 Response to “Obama and Che.”

  1. 1 hotoffthepress
    February 13, 2008 at 1:17 pm

    Far-left symbolism, such as that evident in the display of Che Guevara propaganda, seems to be important to the Barack Obama campaign. Four months ago, I pointed out another example of it in a post, Photo on Obama Web Site Raises Questions. In that post, I questioned the subliminal message the liberal Democrat hoped to convey by posting on his campaign website a photo of Obama sitting in front of a framed photo of Muhammad Ali standing over a knocked-down opponent in a boxing ring. Oh, the symbolism!

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