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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

More Primaries Today...

and Barack Obama is still unelectable.

I don't think the voters of Oregon care much, though. It looks like he will win handily over Hillary Clinton in that state. And, arrogantly and falsely, he plans to claim he has won the nomination tonight.

Will that be before or after Hillary Clinton defeats him by 31 points in Kentucky, I wonder? After defeating him last week by 41 points in West Virginia?

Oh, but never mind. When Obama loses Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky and Florida to McCain, he'll have Oregon's massive 7 delegates to make up for it!!! What an awesome electoral strategy!

The only way that Obama is actually as far ahead as he claims to be is, of course, without counting Florida and Michigan. It's something he is desperately trying to avoid doing, and he has done everything in his power to stop those big Hillary victories from being counted.

Hillary is not buying this "Mission Accomplished" Bush-style declaration at all.

"You can declare yourself anything, but if you don't have the votes, it doesn't matter," Clinton said Monday in a satellite interview with an Oregon television station before a campaign appearance in Kentucky.


If you too think that Obama has been acting more like a king than a President, and feel that once the right-wing scream machine gets done with him he will not be electable in November, sign my petition. If I can get at least 1,000 signatures by May 30th, I will deliver it to the DNC.

Meanwhile, on the Dark Side, Mike Huckabee is angling to be McCaca's VP.

This is not a big shock. Honestly, I think he'd be the best pick for McCain. Pastor "I don't believe in evolution" Mike could help deliver the evangelical vote, and has a likeability factor that McCain can't fake (despite the media's constant massaging of his image, McCaca remains a cranky old man). And unlike the Democrats, who seem absolutely determined to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, the Republics know how to take a very bleak electoral landscape and turn it around.

Lately, The Good Ship Obama has had to deal with a few salvos across his bow from the Republic Party in Tennessee. They have picked up on Michelle Obama's ill-advised "really proud" comment and have been running ads impugning the Senator's patriotism.

Here was his response:

"Whoever is in charge of the Tennessee GOP needs to think long and hard about the kind of campaign they want to run, and I think that's true for everybody, Democrat or Republican," Obama said in the ABC interview, adding: "These folks should lay off my wife."

Obama said his wife "loves this country. For them to try to distort or to play snippets of her remarks in ways that are unflattering to her is, I think, just low class. I think that most of the American people would think that as well."

Shorter Obama: "WAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH! Hillary and the Republics are MEAN! Stupid low-class rednecks!"

Here's what you say, Senator:

"These attacks on my wife's patriotism are completely over the top. You might as well attack Cindy McCain for her substance abuse problems."


Oh sure. He's ready for the 527 tsunami if he's selected the nominee.

The Democratic Party is made up of fools and wimps. No wonder we lose national elections.

And the one electable candidate, Hillary Clinton, is being shoved under the bus so that the DNC and the Party leaders can benefit from the giant ATM that is the Obama machine.

I don't even know what to hope for anymore. Tune in again soon for...As the Democrats Turn!

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