More Obamaisms: Misspeaking your Way To The White House.....

JD northgate76 at GMAIL.COM
Thu Aug 21 05:52:18 MDT 2008


One more:

I wanted to be President because it had become my ambition to be President
>From his book.  Maybe he should be running for supervising director of the
Department Of Redundancy Department.

JD

On Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 2:47 AM, John A. Quayle <blueoval57 at verizon.net>wrote:

>  *[More from the "Patriot Post":]*
>
> "The objective of this trip was to have substantive discussions with people
> like President Karzai or Prime Minister Maliki... or others who I expect to
> be dealing with over the next eight to ten years." *—Barack Obama* ***"I
> don't think Obama really thinks he's going to be president for ten years
> unless he plans on getting rid of the Twenty-Second Amendment. Well, I guess
> if you're The Messiah, anything is potentially possible." —Rush Limbaugh
>
> *"Throughout our history, America's confronted constantly evolving danger,
> from the oppression of an empire, to the lawlessness of the frontier, from
> the bomb that fell on Pearl Harbor, to the threat of nuclear annihilation.
> Americans have adapted to the threats posed by an ever-changing world." *—Barack
> Obama on "the bomb" dropped on Pearl Harbor *
> *
> *"Let me be absolutely clear. Israel is a strong friend of Israel's." *—Barack
> Obama* ***Thanks for clearing that up.
>
> *"I have become a symbol of the possibility of America returning to our
> best traditions." *—Barack Obama to House members
>
> *"Let us... answer our destiny and remake the world once again." *—Barack
> Obama in Berlin
>
> *"So the point that I was making at the time was that the political
> dynamic [in Iraq] was the driving force between that sectarian violence. And
> we could try to keep a lid on it, but if these underlining dynamic continued
> to bubble up and explode the way they were, then we would be in a difficult
> situation. I am glad that in fact those political dynamic shifted at the
> same time that our troops did outstanding work." *—Barack Obama on the
> surge
>
> *"What I don't want to do is for the best to be the enemy of the good. And
> if we can come up with a genuine bipartisan compromise, in which I have to
> accept some things that I don't like or the Democrats have to accept some
> things that they don't like in exchange for actually moving us in the
> direction of actual energy independence, then that's something I'm open to."
> *—Barack Obama *
> *
> *"Nobody thinks that Bush and McCain have a real answer to the challenges
> we face. So what they're going to try to do is make you scared of me. You
> know, 'he's not patriotic enough, he's got a funny name,' you know, 'he
> doesn't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills'." *—Barack
> Obama *
> *
> ***********************************Other Voices On
> Obama******************************************************
>
> *"Barack Obama concedes that America's troops have contributed to
> improvements on the ground in Iraq, but he still stands by his vote against
> the surge. Why not just admit that he was wrong?... Obama has fallen to
> pride in part because he has bought his own myth. By staking his future on a
> past of supernatural vision, he has made it difficult to admit human fault.
> The magic isn't working anymore. And Obama, the visionary one, can't even
> see what everyone else sees: He was wrong." *—Kathleen Parker *
> *
> * "Barack Obama represents an obnoxiously elitist attitude that reeks of
> paternalistic government..." *—Kathryn Lopez *
> "Barack Obama wrote a prayer to God which he placed in Jerusalem's Wailing
> Wall last week. The prayer note was retrieved by a seminary student and
> published in an Israeli newspaper. Everybody in Israel wanted to know if it
> was addressed, 'Dear Dad'." *—Argus Hamilton
>
> *"Does Obama have the sort of adviser a candidate most needs—someone
> sufficiently unenthralled to tell him when he has worked one pedal on the
> organ too much? If so, Obama should be told: Enough, already, with the
> we-are-who-we-have-been-waiting-for rhetorical cotton candy that elevates
> narcissism to a political philosophy." *—George Will*
> *
> *"Barack Obama is back from his big European tour. Did you see him in
> Europe? People were cheering him, holding up signs, blowing him kisses. And
> that was just the American media covering the story." *- **Jay Leno*
>
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