Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Political posturing and rants not grounded in truth

I am not surprised by the spectacle that we saw yesterday.

First, His Holiness the Dali Obama expects us to believe that he was unaware of the views of his pastor for twenty years -- the man who married him, baptized his children, and prayed with him when he announced his candidacy.

Second, His Holiness the Dali Obama expects us to believe that his distancing himself from this man is not political posturing on his part.

Third, His Holiness the Dali Obama thinks it is ridiculous to suggest that the U.S. government might be involved in creating the AIDS virus. Certainly this particular claim is not grounded in any truth, but it is not completely out of character for our government to do stuff like thisAnd having spouted some ridiculous propositions of his own, the outrage here is ironic to say the least.

Fourth, His Holiness the Dali Obama thinks it is ridiculous to equate the United States wartime efforts with terrorism. As I discussed in my last post, this is just special pleading.

There are no excuses for this political posturing and rants not grounded in truth.

1 comment:

  1. On my second point, a majority of Americas were apparently not fooled: Obama denounced Wright for political convenience. Change we can believe in?

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