Friday, August 15, 2008

The “What I said is, That’s what I said from the start, What I’ve also said”s of Barack Obama

Boy talk about trying to keep what Sen. Obama says straight. In an interview with journalist Jon Ralston Sen. Obama deflects the reporters attempt to get the senator to come down on one side of the issue of drilling for oil. It seems that Senator Obama has deference for both sides of every issue.

Interesting enough the Senator at one point in the Ralston interview chided Ralston for putting words in his mouth. The interviewer was simply quoting an earlier Obama position, one which the Senator stated himself. (see video)

At one point Obama says,“Jon don’t put words in my mouth or anticipate what I’m going to do” That’s interesting Senator Obama, Ralston was only saying what you said previously on a different occasion and you consider that putting words in your mouth?

No Senator putting word in someone’s mouth is what you did to Sen. John McCain when you all but called him a racist who would attempt to scare the American people with the fact that you are Black.

"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," Obama said. "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 (See Video)

Senator McCain hasn’t said any such thing yet you presume to put those words into McCain’s mouth.

It’s no wonder they call you the presumptive Democrat nominee Senator Obama. Here’s a suggestion why don’t you find a position on a subject and try to stick with it and Mr. Ralston won't have to try so hard to understand where you stand and what you support and neither will the American people!

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