Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The Comprehensive Argument against Barack Obama

If you read nothing else in this election season, you need to read
The Comprehensive Argument against Barack Obama. Created by WIND Chicago radio talk-show host Guy Benson, Mary Katharine Ham of The Weekly standard, and "Captain" Ed Morrissey, it lays out the solid reasons why we can't afford to risk our country's future on Senator Obama, while deliberately avoiding the unconfirmed rumors upon which many in the blogosphere fixate.

If you know people who are thinking of voting for Obama, ask them to read this article and honestly consider what it has to say.


  1. Thanks for the link Monster! I'd have missed this.

  2. These are lofty promises from a man with precious little executive experience, and a Senate career that lasted exactly 143 legislative days before he launched yet another campaign for higher office. No one can deny his ambition. In fact, if Obama wins on November 4th—and serves one full term in the Oval Office—the Presidency of the United States would be the longest consecutively held full-time job he has ever held without seeking another.

    Lightning out of gnowhere.

    It's all coming into focus now.
    (Really!!!You're finally seeing it now doug? You finally awake enough to wipe the shit outta your 'I'zz too?)
    Don't be such a Gn`O it all! you unknown . . .er,. ahh , . .THING you.
    There! Take THAT!

    That's why you're such a bitter thing.
    ((pointing finger like Nelson).. HA-HA!
    You ain't got nooo baahh-dee


    Don't forget, The Messinger is NOT the message!

    Got it PUNK ?!


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