Pot & Kettle Watch
Posted by aogSaturday, 02 August 2008 at 17:54 TrackBack Ping URL

You can almost feel sorry for his [Senator Obama’s] true believers, because by the end of the campaign he’ll have tossed every issue they care about overboard and he’ll still lose. Sad that he resorted to racist terminology to defend himself.

Orrin Judd

I wonder if OJ would apply the same logic to his defense of the recent comprehensive immigration “reform”.

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cjm Sunday, 03 August 2008 at 12:44

it would be funny if somehow (hint hint wink wink) a link to vdare.com appeared on juddhead’s site.

David Cohen Monday, 04 August 2008 at 08:34

How are those the same thing? Obama’s “true believers” are drawn to him because he’s anti-war, anti-trade and anti-life. That’s why they’ll feel betrayed by his flip to get elected. McCain is, at best, modifying his position to agree that enforcement should come before comprehensive welfare reform (and no one believes him anyway). That’s more like Obama saying he wants to get the troops out of Iraq, but not until we’ve achieved victory.

Annoying Old Guy Monday, 04 August 2008 at 10:17

Mr. Cohen;

I have no idea what you mean by “those”. I thought you meant something at VDare, but I couldn’t find anything relevant in a quick perusal. It’s the Obamaniacs defense by claiming racism that I thought was the same thing as OJ’s defense of immigration “reform”.

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