Friday, October 03, 2008

The questionable Obama

The Brits really put it well:
Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. famously said of Franklin Roosevelt that he had a "second-class intellect, but a first-class temperament." Obama has shown that he is a man of limited experience, questionable convictions, deeply troubling associations (Jeremiah Wright, William Ayers, Tony Rezko) and an alarming lack of self-definition -- do you really know who he is and what he believes? Nonetheless, he's got both a first-class intellect and a first-class temperament. That will likely be enough to make him president.

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are you supporting McCain-Palin?
 
I don't have a vote, so I don't honestly care. But I don't think Obama-Biden, while definitely superior to McCain-Palin by miles, isn't the best pair to tackle the current crisis. An all New York Clinton-Bloomberg ticket would have been a lot better. Oh well...
 
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