Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Three very nice paragraphs by the great Thomas Sowell:

"The story of Obama's political career is not a pretty story. He won his first political victory by being the only candidate on the ballot-- after hiring someone skilled at disqualifying the signers of opposing candidates' petitions, on whatever technicality he could come up with.

"Despite his words today about 'change' and 'cleaning up the mess in Washington,' Obama was not on the side of reformers who were trying to change the status quo of corrupt, machine politics in Chicago and clean up the mess there. Obama came out in favor of the Daley machine and against reform candidates.

"Senator Obama is running on an image that is directly the opposite of what he has been doing for two decades. His escapes from his past have been as remarkable as the great escapes of Houdini."

2 comments:

  1. He won his first political victory by being the only candidate on the ballot-- after hiring someone skilled at disqualifying the signers of opposing candidates' petitions, on whatever technicality he could come up with.

    That "technicality" was that the signatures were forged. Darn that evil Obama and his wily ways!

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  2. "That 'technicality' was that the signatures were forged. Darn that evil Obama and his wily ways!"

    They must have hired ACORN:

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/news/ap/politics/2008/Oct/07/acorn_office_in_vegas_raided_in_voter_fraud_probe.html

    This time around they'e talking about thousands of fraudulent registrations. Do these folks ever manage to register any REAL black people?

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