Thursday, July 24, 2008

Jekyll&Hyde Obama a gothic musical thriller

Jekyll&Hyde Obama warbles to his fawning audience in Berlin in English
People of Berlin, people of the world, this is our moment. This is our time.

In the German publication Die Welt, Representative Thaddeus McCotter (R-Mich.) wrote an Op-ed article in German:
No one knows which Obama will show. Will it be the ideological, left-wing Democratic primary candidate who vowed to 'end' the war rather than win it, or the Democratic nominee who dismisses the progressing coalition victory as a 'distraction'? Will it be the American populist who has told supporters in the United States that he will demand more from our allies in Europe and get it, or the liberal internationalist hell-bent on being liked in Europe's salons?

It is the not knowing Barack Obama that is the reason #1 why he should not be the next President. Every President elected has been vetted and known more than Sen. Obama. We the People did get fooled with a certain Georgia peanut farmer that we once elected, but even he had more of a resume as a Governor who had served his country in the US Navy. Barack Obama does not have any of this on his resume. What we do know about him from just since he started running for President is that he can say completely contrary statement to different audiences, and not even acknowledge what he really said.

His campaign is more like a gothic musical for his swooning moonbat fans than a serious attempt to run for POTUS.

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