"One of his TV ads, set to rock 'n'roll, has a Woodstock feel to it. Text alternating with crowd scenes reads; "We Can Change the World" and "We Can Save the Planet."
"Those are some kind of campaign promises. the kind no mortal could possibly keep, but never mind. Obi-wan Obama is about hope --and hope, he'll tell you , knows no limits...he's a telegenic, ultra-bright redeemer fluent in the planetary language of a cosmic generation. The force is with him....Whatever the Church of Obama promises, we should not mistake this movement for a renaissance of reason. It is more like, well, like whoa."
I saw two people at the intersection of Airport Highway and Reynolds Road today with home-made placards for Obama asking people to honk if they were for him. There was some honking.
Democrats are so excited about him --the great brown hope! Candidates who promise Utopia and the people who believe they can bring it are scary! Obama is going to bring "hope and change!" WOW!
I wish we had some hope and change, alright. I wish I had some hope that this next administration would be Huckabee's!
Well, tomorrow's the day --D-day--for Disaster! When a man who has done almost nothing in life except be a law school lecturer (what is that? not a full-fledged prof??)who missed his votes as a legislator --will be one step closer to the White House--committed to liberalism. I hope he doesn't share either of his parents' religions--Mom's atheism or the Islamic faith of his two absentee Daddys. Because what I've seen from both of these "-isms" cannot be guaranteed favorable toward people of the Judeo-Christian faith. The Supreme Court is in jeopardy.
I understand that Obama did NOT vote against the Iraq war since he wasn't even in the U.S. Senate then? So why does he blast Hillary for voting for it --suggesting that he didn't --when he didn't even have the opportunity--nor the info that she had when she agreed we should go in. The inference is that he voted against the war --not so.
Jack Kelly of the Blade said Obama "took a walk more than 130 times" and failed to vote in the Illinois Senate "every time there was a tough vote in the Illinois State Senate."
As for Obama's membership in a Church of Christ, liberals criticize McCain for accepting the endorsement of Hagee while Obama accepts the support of Farrakhan, a black Muslim who made anti-Semitic remarks. As for McCain's support, he wouldn't even know what Hagee is about-or how he differs from any other evangelical ministers.
"God is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance and have eternal life."--the Bible