Thursday, April 3, 2008

Obama's Endorsements

Jane (Hanoi) Fonda and Jimmy Carter have endorsed Barack Obama for president, ending a week of bad news for the Clinton campaign. Those who brought us the fall of Iran to Ayatollah Khomeni and broadcasts over Radio Hanoi will do us a great favour by enlightening us about the appeal of an Obama nation. http://weblogs.chicagotribune.com/news/politics/blog/2008/04/jane_fonda_obama.html
Even more interesting would be information from our dormant news media about Barack Obama's powerful backers and what they might expect from an Obama administration. One thing Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton have in common is their chameleonic ability to adapt their rhetoric to audience expectations. Hillary Rodham spent eight years in a fish bowl. Barack Hussein is far less known. Information is out there. Reporters need to do their jobs.
Both Hillary and Barack come from the Chicago area. Chicago is known as the windy city. One explanation for the term "Windy City" is that it is a pulmonary and not a meteorological term relating specifically to the lung capacity of its legislative bodies. Barack and Hillary have done little to disprove this explanation.
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2008/04/03/carter-hints-at-supporting-obama/
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