Posted by Curt on 5 February, 2010 at 5:14 pm. 12 comments already!

Dude….seriously? (skip ahead to the 8 minute mark)

At first glance you would swear that this has to be a Onion piece, but no……it’s real

I got a letter — I got a note today from one of my staff — they forwarded it to me — from a woman in St. Louis who had been part of our campaign, very active, who had passed away from breast cancer. She didn’t have insurance. She couldn’t afford it, so she had put off having the kind of exams that she needed. And she had fought a tough battle for four years. All through the campaign she was fighting it, but finally she succumbed to it. And she insisted she’s going to be buried in an Obama t-shirt.


Remember this?

“I am not a ideologue”

Didn’t take long to smash that assertion.

He has been using people as props for quite sometime so I guess we shouldn’t be surprised:

But come on! Why aren’t the MSM talking heads attacking him for this shameless promotion? You think they would of let Bush off the hook?

Byron York:

Others ask how some of Obama’s statements would have been covered had George W. Bush made them — for example, if Bush had pronounced “corpsman” as “corpse-man” (as Obama did twice at the National Prayer Breakfast). Had Bush mispronounced the word so badly — and he did say some weird things — it’s likely many commentators would have rushed to fit it into their Bush-is-stupid narrative. Now, it’s Obama who’s sounding strange. And even putting aside the “corpsman” gaffe, what does the president’s telling of the “buried in an Obama t-shirt” anecdote tell us about him?

And Ace tells Obama….at least memorize her name:

Memo to Obama: If you’re going to traffic in this sort of crap, at least memorize her name, so her existence as a mere prop in your movie isn’t quite as obvious.

This Obama cult long ago crossed the line into creepiness…just borderline crazy now

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