Monday, December 11, 2006

"Obama finds Osama!"

I would vote for this guy for President of the United States just for the outside chance he could catch Osama bin Laden. If he could - this would be the coolest newspaper headline since "Expert Says Something Went Wrong in Jet Crash."

Here it is...

"Obama Finds Osama!"


When I was a freshman in high school Barack Obama was a junior. I don't know if he was popular or an athlete or anything else about him because we didn't attend the same school...

So what's the point? My point is this guy is too young to be the next president of the United States of America! At 45 he still puts streaks in his underwear and forgets to brush his teeth occasionally. What does he know about foreign policy, the military or how things work inside the beltway?

I know he went to Columbia and Harvard (like the rest of us), but he he doesn't know jack about too many things a potential POTUS needs to know - and he knows it! Check this out from today's USA Today article:

Obama said it is "a little surprising" to him and completely baffling to his wife that he's become a media darling. He's either full of crap or needs to attend another Ivy League school to get a clue! Mr. Obama knows exactly what he's doing and he's not surprised... he's working his plan.

The real challenge I have with Obama is that I could vote for him (and not because of the potential newspaper headline), he's got the mojo... he's thoughtful, articulate, well educated and sharp looking. Unfortunately he's a democrat and so at some point he'll have to support the following whether he wants to or not to get his parties nomination:

1. Abortion on Demand
2. Limiting the 2nd Amendment
3. Raising my taxes, your taxes and his taxes
4. Demonizing current republican leaders and anyone who supports the republican platform
5. Anything else it will take for him to get elected within democrat circles and enough penetration into republican circles...

This guys seems too good to be true, but if he can prevent Hillary Clinton from getting that parties nomination, I'll send him a few bucks...


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