Douchebag(s) of the Week – The Obama Campaign.

Douchebag of the Week! This week’s winner is not one individual, but a group. Once Senator McCain announced his running mate would be Sarah Palin, the Governor of Alaska, they hit the ground running with their attempted smears and fell flat on their faces.

Today, John McCain put the former mayor of a town of 9,000 with zero foreign policy experience a heartbeat away from the presidency,” Obama spokesman Bill Burton said in a statement.

Those small towns with a few thousand people are filled with the people Obama and elitists like him don’t understand, the type they look at as “clinging to their guns, God and xenophobia.”

Now correct us if we’re wrong, but a state senator in Illinois doesn’t represent that many people, and they are not an executive of any sort, so this would count as executive experience and Obama’s old job wouldn’t, nor would his current job. And since no one seems to know what exactly a “community organizer” does, that doesn’t count either.

So will all his past jobs amounting to no executive experience and no real accomplishments, aside from setting a record for voting “present,” what does Obama bring to the table?

Palin brings a hell of a lot more than nothing.

Would they be making these attacks were she not a woman? Probably not. So while Obama talks about equal pay for equal work, he doesn’t mean equal respect for more accomplishments apparently.

The entire Obama campaign is going to betray the equality promise they claimed last night. Just read the lovely and friend comments at the Huffingtoncrap. Really good people over there.

Barack, you and your campaign are complete douchebags, and all of you have risen to the level of Douchebag of the Week! Congratulations, it’s the last thing you’re going to win for a while.


2 Responses to “Douchebag(s) of the Week – The Obama Campaign.”

  1. 1 JP
    August 29, 2008 at 5:27 pm

    I think this pick will prove interesting. The Obama campaign and supporters will want to question her experience. This is obvious. Upon examination one will discover, as you have, that she does in fact bring more relevant experience to the table than Barack Obama. I suspect that typical “liberals” are too stupid (otherwise they wouldn’t be “liberals”, zing) to realize that questioning Palin’s experience will lead immediately to the questioning of Obama’s “experience”. Thus this issue will arise often and ultimately should better inform society about Barack Obama’s “experience”, or lack thereof.

  2. August 30, 2008 at 10:38 am

    This is desperate, and pathetic. Both McCain’s pick, and this post. Your ilk opened this debate regarding “experience”, and you have hammered it day in and day out. The Palin choice is obviously an attempt to siphon off the endangered PUMAS. Which, we can clearly see were ineffective. Being a Mayor of a town of 7000, and Governor for one month longer than Obama has been campaigning. This choice is not surprising given the poor GOP judgement over the last 30 years. Her stands on issues like a womans right to choose, artic drilling, wildlife in Alaska etc is not going to resonate with women voters in middle America. And foreign policy experience? Barack Obama experienced more in the last month than she has in 44 years, yet ask Steve Doocy and he will say she has plenty because Alaska is so close to Russia. Let’s just hope the Today Show is gracious enough to have her on to discuss maps before the election. Oh, and to woo women voters….John McCain cannot stare at her ass while they are campaigning together.

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