Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Obama Aborts "Mission Accomplished" Declaration


Gee whiz, Barry. No codpiece?

You think maybe Obama's handlers had visions of split-screens with news reports of CLINTON WINS KY v OBAMA DECLARES VICTORY?

Obama: No victory declaration Tuesday

MILWAUKIE, Ore. — Concerned about appearing presumptuous or antagonistic towards Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama will not declare victory in the Democratic nomination fight Tuesday in the event he wins enough pledged delegates to claim a majority.

Rather, he'll tiptoe right up to the line, without explicitly asserting the race is over.

While it may sound like an exercise in hair-splitting, the conscious decision not to declare victory is a revealing measure of the sensitivity surrounding overtures that appear to disrespect Clinton and her supporters.

Disrespect- See Obama's entire Dem Primary campaign strategy for details.

As for that "never-before, absolutely astonishing" Obama inspired 75,000 crowd in Oregon...

How quickly Dems forget:

Clinton Campaigns With Kerry in Philadelphia
By Jeralyn, Section Elections
Posted on Mon Oct 25, 2004 at 01:34:02 PM EST
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Looking good, sounding better...former President Clinton "rises from his sick bed" to campaign with John Kerry in Philadelphia today.

Check out the size of this crowd. Estimates are 100,000 and higher.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: The media wants to cover a general election between the "first black" candidate and the "aged, maverick" war hero. And they'll stop at nothing to ensure this scenario.

But the media never considered the backbone of the Democratic party rebelling.

Neither did Obama's handlers.

I've also said this before: If Obama thinks women can't survive four more years of Republican rule, he needs to take some history classes.



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1 Comments:

Blogger SUGARTHEGIRL said...

"If Obama thinks women can't survive four more years of Republican rule, he needs to take some history classes."

Amen to that! So, all of the scare tactics about "rolling back Roe v Wade" need to cease because it doesn't worry me a bit. And, if Obama is the nominee, there will be four more years of Republican rule and we'd all better get used to that idea.

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