Obama went back on his word regarding the use of public campaign funding… which is why he could plop down the mad duckets needed to broadcast his prime-time infomercial on major networks last night. I watched two minutes of it… which was two too many. I find it ironic, in a queer-rabbit sort of way, that an agent of “change” whose acolytes abhor honest capitalism would choose a vehicle representing the more distasteful side of free marketing — the dreaded infomercial.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama was less than upfront in his half-hour commercial Wednesday night about the costs of his programs and the crushing budget pressures he would face in office.
Obama’s assertion that “I’ve offered spending cuts above and beyond” the expense of his promises is accepted only by his partisans. His vow to save money by “eliminating programs that don’t work” masks his failure throughout the campaign to specify what those programs are—beyond the withdrawal of troops from Iraq.
Marxism aside… Obama, a devout
Muslim Black-Liberation-Christian, apparently made quite an impression with al-Qaeda who issued a public prayer of support hoping for a big GOP defeat:
O God, humiliate Bush and his party, O Lord of the Worlds, degrade and defy him.
Unfortunately for al-Qaeda, the prayer (as with all their prayers) went directly to Satan who, already supporting Obama, merely returned to his TiVo to finish watching his favorite daily show “Today’s 115,000 Abortions – Uncensored!”
Anyways… if you made the mistake like I did and found yourself catching even a small glimpse of Obama’s socialist vision last night, you can purge the darkness from your mind with a little light (in lieu of chemical inebriation). Here’s a few short video gems to clear things up faster than mental prunes.
Score a theological slam-dunk to the Catholics… who show that they know “what’s more important” better than some of their Protestant brethren:
And another video. Ahhh… straight talk from a soldier who was on the ground (rather than from artsy, hippie, student-freaks who think they all-of-a-sudden know so much about war). This was YouTube’s number one political video of this election (by viewings, I guess):