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.

4 Comments:

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...

"Experienced:"
"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."
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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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