Obama’s off-script sexism

Barack Obama is great when reading words written for him by others, he can almost make you think they are his words just occurring to him at the moment when he delivers them.  And if all we ever knew of him were those pretty speeches he would seem much more appealing as a candidate and as a person.  But knowing several of his current and former colleagues and hearing first hand of his humorless personality and drive to impose socialism on this great nation (even more than it already is), there’s more to him than he lets on.  He’s also one of the worst public speakers ever when he’s forced to think for himself.  If he would simply fine himself a dollar each time he says “Uh” or “Um” he could pay off the national debt inside of a week.

Not only does he fumble searching for words, he often chooses the wrong ones and ends up looking like an empty suit (57 states anyone?).  The most recent case in point is below in a new McCain ad.


1 Response to “Obama’s off-script sexism”

  1. September 10, 2008 at 10:01 am

    Are you kidding me? If had said “pit-bull” and not “pig” maybe you’d have something. “Change is coming” ? WTF? So, yes if you “put lipstick on a pig, it is still a pig”, a joke older than all of us. In addition, even if he was referring to Palin, there was nothing sexist about it, and I know you would have had a field day if Hillary cried “sexism” when McCain used the exact same joke while referring to her Health Care Plan. Before you start making calls of sexism, review a number of your own posts regarding the Clintons and should someone be so shallow, there would be an enormous amount questionable comments.

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