I wonder if Sen. Obama, as he makes his climb, understands the kind of quiet cheering he is beginning to garner from some Republicans, and from those not affiliated with either party. They see him as a Democrat who could cure the Bush-Clinton-Bush-Clinton sickness.
(Via Hot Air.) You’re fumbling the ball, and if it gets Obama your party’s nomination, my party will suffer. A little effort, you know? Do you even recognize what pandering looks like any more? More importantly, did you actually believe, after how many years of feminism, that there was anybody left to pander to on that “They’re ganging up on me” score? We already know you think we’re that stupid, but you’re dead wrong. More than any other politician in the race, you seem to think this is a game you can win by making utterly rookie mistakes and thinking we’re all so stupid we won’t notice.
Obama talks like a True Believer. Everybody should know by now how much more dangerous those are than snits like you who decided socialism was the winning side because it promised everybody the moon and needed nobody to actually make the moon rise. Now you need to wake up to the fact that most of us are not stupid enough to believe that we can be given the moon, or greedy enough to want it, or naive enough to believe that it would be given to us on favorable terms. Step it up. You’re not really going to hand this race over to a junior senator who talks big and looks pretty, are you?
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