Fawning of the Worst Sort

Obambi does the Middle East.

Obama Overseas! In Presidential Mode! Back Home, It’s McCain in a Golf Cart.
…All three cable news networks carried Mr. Obama’s news conference live and in full. They showed only parts of Mr. McCain’s forum and focused mostly on his reaction to Mr. Obama’s statements. Even Fox News broke away from Mr. McCain midevent to cover the rescue of a bear cub wounded in a California fire and nicknamed Lil’ Smokey.

It’s not that the guy’s not insufferable ~ we all know he is ~ but this mad media dash to aid and abet his pretentious posing is just disgusting.

4 Responses to “Fawning of the Worst Sort”

  1. Gunslinger says:

    Hell, the media has to aid and abet Hussein’s campaign. Left on his own he’d sink like a rock with his multitude of gaffes, his latest one being quite a doozy.

  2. greg newson says:

    I have a newspaper from june 6,1968,the day Robert
    Kennedy died,in the paper there are stories about
    the Middle East and the conflict over Jerusalem.
    Forty years from now the news will probably be the same.Let’s leave the crazies alone and look out
    for America.President Monroe and Washington warned
    us.Let the Europeans be great manipulators of world events, and let’s be Americans.After all,isn’t why
    they fought to separate us from King George the third’s insanity?
    So we’ve accepted Barrack’s and McCain’s insanity?
    While we can’t walk to the store without Fear of cops or illegals?

  3. joated says:

    I’m going to go out on a limb and make a prediction:
    Just as the media frenzy over Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, Brittany Spears, et.al. has driven these names into our memory hole of hell, the current Obamamania will have a negative affect upon the voters of America. The vast majority do not like folks who grandstand before foriegners. The vast majority do not like persons who can’t admit that they have changed their mind or who deny saying what they have clearly said in the past. Come November the vast majority will declare they have heard enough of Obama and vote to send him back to the obscurity he has had in the Senate.

  4. nightfly says:

    Joated – that would be a good start, but my own hoped-for change is that the majority, having heard enough, will vote to send Obama back to the obscurity of his sofa.
    Then he can bitterly cling to his own guns and beer and leave his mitts off all of ours, thenkyewvurrimuch.

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