Sunday, September 7, 2008

Whining + Arrogance = Barack Obama

Barack Obama expresses his real feelings among close friends. At a $38,800.00 a plate cozy little dinner at Bon Jovi's mansion in New Jersey, Obama defiantly declared that "We're not going to be bullied, we're not going to be smeared, we're not going to be lied about," further declaring that. "I don't believe in coming in second."

Obama has achieved a dizzying fluency in a twenty first century dialect of Orwellian Newspeak. In the Obamian reality warp, it is impossible to speak anything against the "Great One. (Obama)"

Following are definitions in the Obamian-English dictionary. Should Obama win the election, it will be a required language from Kindergarten through college.

bully Function: verb 1. To oppose politically. 2) to best your opponent in a debate

smear: Function: verb,noun 1) To make a statement that hurts the feelings of or impacts negatively upon one's political opponent's electoral prospects 2) a statement that hurts the feelings of or impacts negatively upon one's political opponent's electoral prospects.

lie: Function: verb,noun, ( a more emphatic form of smear)1) To make a true statement that hurts the feelings of or impacts negatively upon one's political opponent's electoral prospects 2) a true statement that hurts the feelings of or impacts negatively upon one's political opponent's electoral prospects.

When speaking of a Democrat, standard dictionary definitions apply. ie; I am campaigning against John McCain. When speaking of a Republican, one reverts to Obamian Newspeak. ie; John McCain is bullying Obama.

Even tenses are confused in the Obamian dialect. In standard language, one believes in an event in the past or in a prophetic revelation of the future. Barack Obama's future lies not in his own hands, but those of the voters. With the downward trajectory of Democratic poll numbers, an Obama victory seems highly debatable. If an Obama defeat indeed occurs then Obama's statement , "I don't believe in coming in second." could be seen as a negation of his stated belief in "the future". This might seriously undermine his credibility with voters.

Given the introduction of an additional language by the Democratic Presidential campaign, it might be a good idea to run Obama's campaign commercials with standard English subtitles. Anyone with a multicultural world view would welcome such a change in the terms of public discourse.

Unfortunately for the Democrats, the only thing that matters in a political contest is one's past record. McCain and Palin have their prior record. Obama and Biden have their baggage as well. The record is there to be googled. The McCain campaign will let the facts speak for themselves in plain common English. And if Obama doesn't like it, he can take a page from Bon Jovi and "Have a nice day."
Bon Jovi : Have a Nice Day

Obama At Bon Jovi Event: 'We Won't Be Bullied'

Presidential Nominee Vows To Fight Back Against Character Attacks Better Than John Kerry Did In '04

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. (AP) ― Unlike his Republican opponent, Democrat Barack Obama is still raising money for his presidential campaign, and he turned Friday to rock legend Jon Bon Jovi for help.

Bon Jovi and his wife, Dorothea, hosted more than 100 people for dinner on their mansion lawn by the Navesink River in Middletown, N.J. The price was $30,800 a person, to be divided between the Obama campaign and the Democratic National Committee. click here to read entire article Sphere: Related Content

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