Thursday, December 21, 2006

The Swiftboating of Obama has Begun

That didn't take long.

7 comments:

David W. Keelan said...

Shameful stuff.

Anonymous said...

I cannot believe the Democrats are going to do it again! This is inconceivable. If we're to avoid further oppression (by putting republicans in office) our choice is between a woman people openly dislike and an inexperienced man. What are you all thinking? Hillary can't win, Obama can't win in '08. Man alive, I'm mystified by this incredulous focus. Do we have to wait for the New Hampshire Independents to deliver the message?

Anonymous said...

Isn't this like President Kennedy having to deal with the Catholic issue? Why do we deal with things of little substance when making important decisions.
Because we make uninformed decisions.
The marketing of candidates has nothing to do with critical thinking, Americans have not been taught to apply critical thought
to the voting process. They vote based on emotion.
My middle name is Charles. If I run for President is someone going to use the nick name "Charlie" and say I was secretly for North Vietnam in the 60's? If they do, I will attack with something sillier, because I realize those who think will think, and those who can not think will be entertained.

Anonymous said...

eDmes are still not willing to do what it takes to win. We are still devisive and unrealistic. Obama is great but not quite ready & Hillary is deeply hated by the GOP and many moderates.

Dems please THINK and stop reacting to everything so emotionally!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous, take a leadership role and make a difference.

David W. Keelan said...

My GOP opinion. Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico. I think he would be a great candidate and the only democrat that could put up a real challenge in 2008. This is a guy that would not have to pander to the far left in the democratic primary and then make a sharp right turn to come back to the middle in the general election.

He may be too conservative for some democratic tastes but a man I would take a serious look at in the general election.

Anonymous said...

Keelan you would take a serious look, but still not vote for him, so what's your point.