Friday, October 17, 2008

What Obama Has In Common with Marx Besides Ideology

Marx was the most humorless man who ever lived. His admirers often attribute his dourness to the fact that he had a hundred festering boils on his ass for most of his adult life, which would almost make us feel sorry for him except that his condition was due to or at least aggravated by his lifelong aversion to water (like Mao, he never took a bath in his life) and his refusal to "waste" even scrap paper on sanitary concerns. The only "joke" Marx ever cracked in his life was to refer to his Cuban son-in-law Pablo Lafargue as a "gorilla" in one of his letters because of his supposed mixed ancestry (in photographs Lafargue looks Nordic unlike Marx). For Marx, however, all Cubans were black and hence "gorillas." (Cosas de la vida, Castro was also fond of referring to visiting African heads of state as "gorillas," according to Carlos Franqui).

The men who put Marx's ideas into practice, killing billions in the name of his misanthropy, were also humorless men. Barack Obama, too, is an eminently humorless man, as was on display at the Al Smith Memorial Dinner last night, where he could not even manage to make the not-so-funny jokes written for him by his no-less humorless staff sound at least sound genial. Never was Obama more out of his element even in a sea of fellow Democrats. His deadpan delivery, his "this is not me" attitude and his constant reference to the prepared text (what, no teleprompter?), left the impression of a nervous groom offering his thanks to the wedding party. The insertion of a fragment of his stump speech at the conclusion, the only part that sounded spontaneous because it was so well-rehearsed, was unintentionally funny, at least to me. His high-sounding platitudes and stentorian delivery always crack me up. The Charlie McCarthy get-up which is de rigeur at the dinner not only reinforced the impression of the nervous groom during the "humorous" part of his presentation but also had us looking for the knee on which he was sitting in the second part. That is something he mostly managed to avoid at the debates.

On the other hand, McCain's timing was flawless and his material much better. The truth when made the object of humor is rather reinforced than diminished by it while what is patently false cannot be made credible with ridicule. ACORN's voter fraud, for example, sanctioned and even underwritten by Obama's campaign, combines elements of the Stasi and the Keystone cops. If its object were not so nefarious its means would render it comical. The Obama cult, also, which has taken Barry the Inconsequential and transformed him into Barack the Conqueror, would be risible if it were not real. Even being real and rife with danger for the country and the world, his transformation from ward heeler to national healer could be the premise of a bad Preston Sturges movie. It is unfortunate that McCain's gift for comedy was not discovered sooner, and we can only hope that he will indulge it freely for what remains of the campaign. Approached as an enigma Barack Obama is inscrutable (what, where, when and especially how?); but as a joke -- a joke on all of us -- he is shallow and transparent. Let us hope that we will still be laughing after November 4th.


[Speaking of humor or lack thereof, Henry Louis Gómez is right about David Letterman. He is an "unfunny liberal jackass" (Oct. 17). He errs, however, in calling him "the funniest man in America" during the 1980s. David Letterman was never funny. It's just that being crabby and cynical wears better at 28 than 58. Here, from his supposed heyday, is proof that Letterman hasn't changed just aged into the promise of his youth:]

Thursday, May 3, 2007

From the Tellechea Archives: David Letterman Does Cuba


David Letterman's Feeble-Minded Fixation on Cuba's Dictator
By Manuel A. Tellechea
The New York Tribune
Commentary Section, p. 7
August 18, 1987


The pope and David Letterman are hoping to visit Cuba this summer. The sublime and the ridiculous, it is not often that they coincide, and when they do, it is usually on the plane of the pathetic. I have written about the pope's projected trip to Cuba in this paper and The Wall Street Journal (and I will have more to say in September). But for now, I turn my attention to the ridiculous.

For the benefit of those of you who have experienced no bout of insomnia over the last five years, David Letterman hosts a talk show that airs immediately after Johnny Carson's on NBC. Even more than Carson, Letterman owns his allotted time span (12:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.), perhaps because he is the only living thing on television at that hour who isn't trying to convert us or sell us real estate. The ineffable Letterman — "Dave" to the initiate — has made a career of his bad temper and worse taste. When he does not insult his guests, he offends them. It is difficult to discern how much of this is real and how much studied viciousness. Whichever, it suits him, and, apparently, his audience as well. Anyone who stays up after midnight has either too much life or too little. Letterman supplies the deficiency or caps the excess. In that sense, he's become a substitute for milk of magnesia or the "hair off the dog that bit you."

I stumbled into Letterman by accident one night (a universal excuse, I suppose), while I was waiting for a delayed edition of Nightline. I missed Ted Koppel that night. Letterman hooked me, and with the only bait that could — Cuba.

Would you believe that he was phoning Cuba to "chat" with Castro about baseball and cigars, and to entice the Cuban dictator to appear on Late Night in person or allow Letterman to take the show to him? I kid you not. So far he has succeeded in "chatting" with half the Politburo, but not the elusive and reclusive Fidel, who never sleeps in the same house twice, and, consequently, never has the same phone number.

Calling Cuba is not an easy thing even in the best of circumstances. Castro only allows a fixed number of emergency calls through from the United States each day, and these must be re-routed via Spain, because there are no direct telephone links between our two countries. For Letterman, a call to Cuba may be a harmless prank. But it is no joke to Cuban-Americans who must sometimes wait for days to learn that the mother or father they haven't seen in 30 years has died in Cuba. Each time Letterman dials Cuba, I wonder what additional trauma his whimsical calls will wreak on innocent families separated by the very man with whom he wishes to confabulate. But perhaps I am being unfair. Why should David Letterman burden himself with our troubles? It is not as if he were a compassionate man.

Persons in his position have the objects of their sympathy dictated to them. Presumably, he wouldn't call Pinochet or Botha, even to remonstrate with them. And he would certainly not try to fandangle an invitation to Sun City or the Chilean Alps. If he dared to pull such a stunt, he would be immediately blacklisted by every liberal organization in the world (including the U.N.). Unfortunately, there are no reprimands for those who line their pockets at the expense of the suffering of the Cuban people. In fact, Letterman will probably be hailed as a trailblazer if he succeeds in taking his show to Castro's gulag (or, rather, everywhere but). He is just what the liberal establishment hungers for — a more precious and less precocious Samantha Smith.

I must confess that the prospect of Late Night from Cuba is as intriguing to me as it is repulsive. There is a regular feature on Letterman — "Stupid Human Tricks" — wherein Castro could be shown to (dis)advantage. In Cuba: The Pursuit of Freedom, Hugh Thomas writes that the adolescent Fidel would prove his superior manhood to his schoolfellows by driving his bicycle at full speed into a concrete wall. He is said to have performed this feat many times. Now it would have to be modified, since it is no longer in keeping with his "dignity" or girth. He could, perhaps, drive a tank into the Grand Canyon or off Morro Castle in Havana. Only then would I be content to see Castro turned into "a good sport, a regular guy." One "Uncle Joe" Stalin is enough for any century, though the detestation of Fidel, general among most Americans, would make the lionizing of him a dangerous stunt for David Letterman. Perhaps therein lies the allure.

Letterman has been courting Castro for some time, but he is by no means his only American suitor. The mayor of Indianapolis — where the X Pan-American Games are currently being held — wanted to fly to Cuba to bring Castro back as his "honored guest." Secretary "Cap" Weinberger had to threaten to shut down the Games to dissuade the (Republican) mayor. We live in strange times indeed when to guarantee the success of peaceful games a symbolic Nero is desired.

To secure the "ultimate guest" for his show, Letterman has become an unregistered agent of influence for the Castro regime; he can do so because no executive looms over his head with a threat of cancellation. To give but one example of his "lobbying:"

Letterman recently showed a video of a dog swinging in circles over a pond while holding on with its teeth to a rope suspended from a tree limb. From a distance it appears as if the dog is not hanging from a rope, but is being hung by it. David, who was very much amused, commented that "this looked like something one might have seen in Cuba before the Revolution." For the record, the Cuba SPCA was founded not long after its U.S. counterpart. In fact, Cuba was the second country in the world to have an SPCA. It was abolished by Castro in 1961. Of course, it is not animal rights that concern Letterman. The dog in the video is a metaphor lifted from Coppola's Godfather II, where a grotesque act of bestiality takes place in a seedy nightclub in pre-revolutionary Havana, the kind of thing that is still very common in the farmlands of Dave's native Indiana. Letterman is obviously aware of, and given his willingness to publicize it, may also be assumed heartily to concur in, the racist and hypocritical conceit that Cuba was a den of iniquity before the Revolution and incorruptible thereafter.

But who is the "Ugly(ier) American?" The apocryphal tourist who buys sex, or the ideologue who buys into the lie of Castro's Cuba, and goes there today to witness and applaud the violation by Castro of the entire Cuban people?

Not surprisingly, David Letterman's pro-Castro propaganda has found favor with Fidel, who has pronounced Letterman his "favorite American entertainer" and rewards him with periodic consignments of Cuban cigars. How do we know that Letterman is Castro's favorite? We have it on the authority of his henchmen at the Cuban Mission to the U.N. Late Night producer Barry Sands has met with them on several occasions to discuss Letterman's itinerary in Cuba. They have assured Sand that "Castro is crazy about Dave" and never misses a show. Castro could watch Letterman on the satellite dish given him by his other great media pal Ted Turner, but prefers to receive videotapes of Late Night, which Sands is more than happy to provide. It must be the watermelons flung from water towers that appeal to Castro. Castro even might try that trick himself some day. In fact, he probably has already, but not with watermelons.

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Anonymous said...

MELBOURNE — Sen. John McCain acknowledged in an exclusive interview Friday that he probably would be better positioned in must-win Florida if he had picked Gov. Charlie Crist as his running mate.

The Republican presidential nominee expressed no regrets for choosing Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and said Florida was sure to be a hard-fought state with almost any vice presidential pick — besides Crist.

"Charlie, because he's so popular, he probably would have made a significant difference,'' McCain said in an interview with the St. Petersburg Times and Bay News 9.

"I think this would have been a battleground state, except for obviously (with) a popular governor as Charlie Crist is,'' McCain said. "Look, this is a tough decision that we made with Sarah Palin. But I also saw Sarah Palin come down here and energize crowds in a way that's pretty remarkable, too."

McCain has been hammering Sen. Barack Obama for his associations with the likes of 1960s radical William Ayers and the controversial community organizing group ACORN. But he declined in the interview to talk about his own relationship with Harry Sargeant, a top McCain fundraiser from Palm Beach County accused Thursday by the Democratic chairman of the U.S. House oversight committee of "war profiteering" and vastly overbilling the Defense Department for fuel deliveries in Iraq.

"I have no idea what those charges are. We had to give back, as you know, some of the contributions that he raised,'' McCain said, referring to $50,000 in campaign contributions bundled by Sargeant. Questions were raised in August about whether the money came from people in California who were later reimbursed.

"I don't know anything about those charges so I can't make a comment on any of that,'' McCain said of the latest allegations, strongly denied by Sargeant. "I don't know what they're talking about. But I'll get back to you if you like."

The full McCain interview airs Sunday on Bay News 9's Political Connections show at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Florida has emerged as among the states most critical to McCain's chances of winning the White House, and he spent Friday campaigning in Miami and in the Republican stronghold of Brevard County. He criticized Obama as a big-spending liberal wanting to redistribute wealth.

"When politicians talk about taking your money and spreading it around, you'd better hold onto your wallet," McCain told the boisterous Melbourne crowd.

Polls show McCain narrowly trailing Obama in the state that he can't afford to lose, though the Arizona senator touted one automated phone survey released Wednesday showing him leading Obama in Florida by 2 points. The average of recent polls has Obama ahead by 3 percentage points.

Highlighting the intense emphasis Obama is placing on Florida, he is scheduled to campaign in Tampa and Orlando on Monday and in Miami and Palm Beach County on Tuesday. Details for the Tampa appearance have not been set.

In the Political Connections interview and before enthusiastic crowds in Miami and Melbourne, McCain again stressed the story of "Joe the plumber," an Ohio man worried that Obama will raise his taxes as he expects to earn more than $250,000 a year. McCain first heralded Joe Wurzelbacher in Wednesday's debate, and the media subsequently reported that he owes backs taxes and lacks a plumber's license.

"People are digging through his personal life and he has TV crews camped out in front of his house. He didn't ask Sen. Obama to come to his house. He wasn't recruited or prompted by our campaign. He just asked a question,'' McCain said. "And Americans ought to be able to ask Sen. Obama tough questions without being smeared and targeted with political attacks."

In Melbourne, McCain supporters snapped up "Hello, My Name is Joe Plumber" T-shirts and cheered when McCain said he spoke with Wurzelbacher earlier in the day.

"His spirits are good, and he's a tough guy. He's what small business people all over this country are about," McCain said. "Send Joe an e-mail and tell him you're with him."

McCain said Obama would send federal spending soaring and promised he would be the candidate to cut the budget. When pressed in the interview whether his plans for a spending freeze would hurt programs like NASA and Everglades restoration, or mean Medicare and Medicaid recipients would be hit, he insisted vaguely that he would find other areas to cut.

"Anybody that doesn't believe there isn't enough money washing around up there doesn't know Washington,'' said McCain, who promised to increase funding for NASA and ensure America will be the first nation to Mars.

Adam C. Smith can be reached at asmith@sptimes.com or (727)893-8241.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

Charlie Crist would have been the worst possible choice that McCain could have made. His closet is as populated as Obama's. If Palin has her (in)experience in common with Obama, Crist has something far more conspicuous and I don't just mean bulimia.

Fantomas said...

Mansuelo the worse Mc Cain did was to choose Palin. Te digo mas le seleccion de Palin sera escrita en los libros de historia como la peor decision de un vetted VP

Palin enterro a Mc Cain y las mujeres votaron contra ella ..

Fantomas said...

tic, tac, tic, tac, tic, tac, tic, tac, tic, tac, tic, tac

Ve cerrando las persianas

Fantomas said...

te lo digo una vez mas , has tu trabajo de administrador y borra los outings hacia Babalu .. eso es unaceptable in my book , low class y sucio

Tenemos que respetar las vidas personales de los blogeros aun si no estamos de acuerdo con ellos

Anonymous said...

What is wrong with a gay president?

Anonymous said...

Obama va a repartir el salchichon

Hay que chupar 8 years

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

"What is wrong with a gay president?"

What would be very wrong and compromise the security of this country would be a closeted gay president. That would be almost as bad as a closeted Socialist.

In fact, I can only conceive of a closeted socialist president or a closeted gay president negotiating with America's enemies without prior conditions.

Angel Garzón said...

Manuel, I see that you have been hard at work since the last time that I had an opportunity to visit RCAB, I've only had time to read your last two threads and they are outstanding, well done, I'll try to catch up to all that I've been missing here and elsewhere during the rest of the weekend. Regards.

PS: If memory serves me well, I seem to remember having read a comment from Fantomas about three weeks or so ago, stating that he was leaving RCAB never to return again, I don't know what has transpired since then (you know where I was) but I see that the rubber headed HSTD has commented a number of times on your last two threads Manuel...What happened here, same old, same old???

Fantomas said...

Sir , if you want to participate do it with class and dignity.

Deje la kk en su casa

Anonymous said...

What is "KK?"

Anonymous said...

Cuban-Americans, longtime Republicans, drift to Obama

MIAMI (AFP) — Over espresso and cake in Miami's Little Havana, Lidia Arcuri lays bare the way the world's biggest Cuban community in exile is thinking about the upcoming US presidential election.

"I'm going to vote for John McCain," she said, faithful to the Cuban community's historic allegiance to the Republican party.

"But there are many Cubans now who favor the Democrats," added Arcuri, 66, who has lived in the United States for more than 20 years. "And they are going with Barack Obama."

No longer is the struggle against communism in Cuba the main issue in Little Havana. Now, increasingly, Cuban Americans worry about the US economy slowing down, their retirement funds evaporating, and jobs being harder to come by.

"For years we struggled with the Republicans against Fidel Castro's regime, but our children and grandchildren think of economic hardship right here," said Arcuri.

"Do you know what happens then? People feel with their heart, but decide with their wallets."

More than one million Cuban-Americans live in Florida, the US state closest to the Caribbean island where Castro overthrew a US-backed regime in January 1959 amid the Cold War and created a communist state that survived the demise of the Soviet Union.

Some 800,000 of those are settled in the Miami area.

In a glass panel at the Versailles cafe in Little Havana, a popular gathering spot for Cuban-American hardliners, a picture of McCain and running mate Sarah Palin reveals the proprietor's sympathies.

Research from the University of Miami suggests that nearly 70 percent of Cuban-Americans identify themselves as Republicans.

But many are questioning US policy towards Cuba -- not least a tightening of the longstanding US embargo under outgoing President George W. Bush that placed strict restrictions on family travel and the sending of remittances to the island.

"That's going to give the Democrats a lot of Cuban votes for the first time in a long time," said Uva de Aragon, director of Cuban studies institute at Florida International University and exiled in the United States since 1971.

"The change that has occurred in the Cuban exile community with the arrival of new generations after 1980, and the economic circumstances that the United States is experiencing, could result in a tsunami vis-a-vis the Cuban vote."

Hernan Santiesteban, 79, a lifelong Republican, intends to vote for Obama.

"We have had 50 years of governments saying they were going to do something for the freedom of Cuba, and yet we have seen nothing," Santiesteban, who was born in Cuba, told AFP.

"I was with Obama at a meeting with other Cubans and I was convinced. He has a willingness to take into account not only Cuban exiles, but also those on the island," he explained. "We all have family there."

For Adolfo Franco, a Cuban-American adviser to McCain in Latin American affairs, the embargo on Cuba "has to be retained because it is the way to pressure the regime."

"It is not possible that Obama speaks of talking with Raul Castro, who is a dictator, without preconditions," he said. "McCain demands that before anything else, Castro show commitment to democracy and release political prisoners."

A national survey by the Zogby organization, released on October 2, noted that 60 percent of Americans believe the White House should change its policy towards Cuba.

The next president of the United States will be the first to assume office without Fidel Castro at the helm in Havana, after Castro ceded authority earlier this year to his brother, Raul.

"The Cuban-Americans who will vote for Obama will not do so as a partisan matter, but because they see in him a change, a more open attitude, and someone can provide real solutions in Cuba," said Bob Melendez, a Democratic senator from New Jersey who is of Cuban heritage.

"Republicans criticize Obama for wanting to sit and drink coffee with Raul Castro," he said. "He has not said that. But he is prepared -- if it serves the interests of the United States -- to meet and confront someone who does not respect human rights."

Anonymous said...

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Manuel A.Tellechea said...

More hopeful thinking from the MSM. Perhaps if they can convince themselves that Cuban-Americans might really vote for Obama they'll declare a truce in their relentless bashing of them.

Manuel A.Tellechea said...

angel:

Welcome back from your travels; you have been missed.

If fantomas is to be believed, these are the final days of RCAB. We, of course, know better.

Nevertheless, it is good to have the faithful assemble again as we face the hour of truth.

Anonymous said...

Enriquito el patico que usas el Coqui.net para acceso a la Internet, el siguiente es dedicado a ti y tus "camaradas o compañeros" comunistas, apoyantes del Obama Marxista y maricón.

Enriquito el pajarito mamalón del mulatón, ocho años dices tu nos joderemos con el octarrón, es hora que tu sepas que eso nunca pasará, no porque el tipo sea mulato medio blanco o medio negrón, sino porque es comunista y como tu, es tambien maricón, de acuerdo ha nos dicen, le mamó la pinga al Saudí, en Nueva York en una limosina con la Michelle estando presente, el pago de la Universidad fue requeriente del laméo y el rompe culón, el Saudí lé partió el ano y a Michelle se lá comió, ese es parte del precio que pagáron por graduarse sin honor, pero no te preocupes Enrique marrano que para ti va el punzón, de una vez mejor te lo decimos para evitár confusión, vamos a acabár con Jay con Martél y contigo también, desgracia'o, cimemierda y maricón.

Fantomas said...

lol, lol, lol

La combinacion Jay, Martel, Fantomas

IMPARABLE

NO HAY QUIEN LA DETENGA

COMEMIERDA

Anonymous said...

Riete ahora mamalón, cuando te llegue tu hora nadie te va a salvár, ya te queda poco y la moto que te pasó no estaba cruseando, te estaba chequeando al igual que el del coladór en el Pueblo, donde compraste el jamón. Te tenemos setea'o mariconsón.

Anonymous said...

Qué pasó Enriquito el patico con el gran pie-hole?

No nos digas mariconcito que se te acabó el libretón.

Mañana tempranito cuando busques El Diario ensangrenta'o -como siempre - ten cuida'o y mira a la derecha y a la izquierda, presta atención al camión, te tenemo' rodea'o.

Fantomas said...

oye el problema de Cuba se llama fidel no fantomas .... aqui hay que chupar negro por 8 años

Ya el lechon esta pedido ..la fiesta va en grande el dia 4

Y los tamales de miami ya estan en camino , vienen en caja

manolo, pon orden en la casa no permitas este revolico aqui

Fantomas said...

Bueno despues de todo , Obama sacara algun compañero Republicano para el Gabinete o para el Ministerio de Defensa. Smart Move Obbie

No estamos tan jodidos como parece nosotros los Republicanos de corazon. Tendremos representacion


With the economy on the brink of recession and the country in the midst of two foreign wars, Barack Obama is considering appointing a cabinet of stars to steer America through potentially its worst crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s if he wins the presidency on November 4.

Obama has a well-regarded, close-knit team of domestic and foreign policy advisers who would follow him into the White House and key administration posts. But he is also being urged to make some high-profile appointments who would command the confidence of the country at such a troubled time.

“It’s important to send a signal,” an Obama adviser said. “With a comparatively new person in office and the awful mess we’re in, these appointments are going to resonate around the world.” Obama, 47, has been warning his supporters that the election is not over yet. “Don’t underestimate our ability to screw it up,” he said last week. But should Obama win, he will not be short of big names to choose for his administration.

A host of well-known figures, including some Republicans, have indicated they would be willing to serve in some capacity as Obama begins to acquire a winner’s glow. From Senator John Kerry, the 2004 presidential candidate with hopes of becoming secretary of state, to Larry Summers, a former US Treasury secretary under President Bill Clinton, and Chuck Hagel, the Republican senator who has been tipped as defence secretary, there are plenty who have signalled their availability.

Anonymous said...

Oye comemierda, deja esa mariconá de copiar y pegár en lugares que no son tuyos pendejo, tu o estás jodio de la cabeza o te pasas la vida endroga'o, nadie que es normal está comentando en blogs a toda horas del dia y la noche, antes de ajusticiarte te vamos a encerrár en un sotano sin computadora y sin la droga que tu usas, el "ice" que te mantiene despierto 24/7 al igual que el mono de Caracas, el "Abner Luima" especiál te lo tenemos ready pana, bara de escoba llena de astillas va por tu ano maricón, y deja de repetír la misma mierda que t'o los dias le tiras a Tellechea, nos referimos a tu usual "me debes Manolo" "I made you Mansuelo" solo un loco maricón como tu cree esa fana, si tu ni sabes de que pendejá tu hablas, el punzón no será enfilado y lo hemos dejado en agua sucia, para que te raje y te infecte traidór a Cuba, vaz a sufrír por tres o cuatro dias antes de probár el acido.

Fantomas said...

Mansuelo llevatelo

pero antes despojalo

este tiene que haber salido de una de esas cuarterias habaneras

de por alla por lawton o habana del este

Anonymous said...

En La Habana no hay cuarterias guajiro, se llaman solares, te lo dijimos que tu no sabes ni de que bolá tu habla' pajarucha guajira, no te olvudes, te queda poco, te tenemos encuadra'o

Fantomas said...

hace cuanto tu no pisas Cuba?

Anonymous said...

Oye guajira gordiflona, por Monacillo te vamo a metér, despidete de los coqui y del Coqui.net, se acabó la jodienda mariconsón

Anonymous said...

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Fantomas said...

locked and loaded

Anonymous said...

Lo unico que un maricón tiene asi es el culo engrasa'o con K&Y gel, prepara'o pa' ser zinga'o

joe the plumber said...

Obama muestra todo su poder con un gigantesco mitin en St. Louis

Foto: AFP PHOTO - Emmanuel DunandUna gigantesca multitud, 100.000 personas según la Policía estadounidense, acudió el sábado a un mitin en St Louis, Missouri (centro), del candidato demócrata presidencial Barack Obama en la recta final de la campaña a la Casa Blanca

Friend of Joe the plumber said...

Florida picks Obama

The Tampa (Fla.) Tribune endorsed McCain on Oct. 17:

Hard economic times, a disappointing Republican administration and the seductive promises of a master orator are pushing America toward a European-style social democracy. If you don't want that to happen, vote for Republican Sen. John McCain. ...

McCain brings a lifetime of useful experience, including his grueling captivity in Vietnam and long Senate service. He believes in federalism, a strong defense and disciplined self-interest.

McCain has been willing to cross party lines to work on tough problems. He co-authored a campaign finance law that failed to fulfill its objective, but he did muster the bipartisan support needed to try to control the buying and selling of public office. ...

(Barack) Obama's vision of hope shines like a rainbow, appealing but just out of reach. McCain's call to freedom and responsibility is less exciting, but you know it works. The Tribune encourages voters to vote what they believe, not what they wish were true. The nation needs a stable leader in these unpredictable times.

Fantomas said...

BREAKING NEWS......

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HAND OBAMA THE KEYS PLEASE..NO NEED TO VOTE ON NOV 4

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