Wednesday, March 12, 2008


Truth be told

"A gaffe is when a politician tells the truth." -- Michael Kinsley

Geraldine Ferraro said B. Hussein Obama wouldn't be succeeding in the presidential race if he weren't black, and Obamaniacs everywhere went into fits of apoplexy. I don't understand what they're so upset about. Ms. Ferraro was just telling the truth.

In a speech yesterday, B. Hussein himself had this to say 'bout L'Affaire Ferraro:

"The notion that it is a great advantage to me to be [a black man] named Barack Obama and pursue the presidency, I think, is not a view that has been commonly shared by the general public."

So, B. Hussien, if you were a white man with but three years served in the U.S. Senate, you really think you'd be a presidential front-runner right now? If your last name were Jone, or Smith, or O'Malley, do you really think celebrities like Oprah Winfrey would've jumped on the Obama train? If you do actually believe these things, sir, you are quite delisional, indeed.

Unlike Geraldine Ferraro, I stand by what I just said; and I stand by this, too:

"Honestly, B. Hussein Obama has but three things going for him: (1) his color; (2) his compelling multicultural upbringing; and (3) his silver tongue. If he were a liberal, white Chicago pol with but three years of experience in the U.S. Senate, his campaign would've never gotten past the trial balloon stage."

So there.

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