Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Well, this settles it for me

BURLINGTON, Vt. (Feb. 18) -- The founders of Ben & Jerry's endorsed Barack Obama on Monday, and lent his Vermont campaign two "ObamaMobiles" that will tour the state and give away scoops of "Cherries for Change" ice cream.

Yes sir, that does it. No doubt.

"What we saw is that when you want real change it's not a marketing slogan. You have to do things differently. And that is not going to be done by someone who's been involved in the system for years and years," Greenfield said. "It needs to come from inside and Barack Obama has it."

What the above paragraph means is known only to Hussein fanatics. I mean if it can't come from someone who has been involved in the system yet it must come from inside.... well, I guess Ben and Jerry can explain how they came to Hussein.

Of course I don't think Hussein has ever had a job outside of politics...

Take off

It was spitting snow earlier this morning, so I must assume that Pope Algore of the Church of Global Warming remains in hiding. Whether or not this means his members have grown restless due to his inability to deliver is not known. But one can hope, as Hussein would say.

Speaking of the Man Who Would Save Us, I note this comment from a column from Froma Harrop.

Volunteer trainees at Camp Obama are told not to talk issues with voters, but to offer personal testimony about how they "came" to Obama. Makes the skin crawl

Yes, it does make the skin crawl. They edge closer to a theocracy every day.

And to make it complete, Hussein’s wife has noted:

“For the first time in my adult life, I am proud of my country,” she told a Milwauke crowd today, “because it feels like hope is making a comeback.”

Evidently she has been living in a cave. Or else she is so self centered that anything that doesn’t advance her position has no value.

After considering the lack of caves in Chicago and DC I believe it is the “me me” syndrome shining through.