Friday, February 23, 2007

What Would a President Obama Be Like?

Clues from the background of Mark C. Alexander, Obama's campaign director for policy issues. Alexander's law review articles in particular are pretty revealing.


Blogger hdgreene said...

I'd rather read his bloggers--one whose head's about to explode because of something Dick Cheney said.

2/23/2007 01:31:00 PM  
Blogger Doug said...

"When pressed about the senator’s relative newness to national politics – compared to his leading presidential ri-vals, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York and former vice presidential candidate Jon Edwards – Alexander pointed out that Obama has served in elected office longer than either of those officials.

Politically Correct:
“When [Obama] was growing up, his father was in Kenya. His mother was white and he was raised by her and his material grandparents,” Alexander said. “So he has a perspective of this country as we are today: Multi-racial, multi-cultural, multi-ethnic.”

Baking Cookies:
"When Obama announced his candidacy on Feb. 10 in Springfield, Ill., to a reported crowd of 15,000 supporters, news crews and reporters, Alexander was not one of them. He was busy in Montclair with his kids, cooking break-fast, celebrating a birthday and cheering on the Seton Hall University basketball team."

The slickest con man since Bubba runs against the wife of the FIRST Black President of the United States.

If he ran on his white genes, he wouldn't stand a chance.
Lucky for him, hippiemom is no longer with us, and fathers don't matter anyhow, whether at home or in Kenya.

2/23/2007 02:30:00 PM  
Blogger USpace said...

Oh Obama, well at least he's .......

absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
choose weaker candidate

choose the weakest later on
forget the big picture

2/24/2007 03:25:00 AM  
Blogger Charles said...

newt vs obama? nah. obama has less of a chance than hillary and a hillary/obama ticket would win them less votes. I disagree with geffen.

2/25/2007 05:05:00 PM  

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