Tuesday, October 14, 2008

If Jesse Is Behind Obama, Surely He Isn't The Right Man For The Job

Excerpts from a NY Post article with my commentary:

"'I don't think this is how things will turn out,' he says. 'We have a collapsing economy and a war that we have lost in Iraq. In Afghanistan, we face a resurgent Taliban. New threats are looming in Pakistan. Our liberties have been trampled under feet . . . Today, most Americans want change, and know that only Barack can deliver what they want. Young Americans are especially determined to make sure that Obama wins.'"

I didn't realize we lost the war in Iraq. Things that make me go "hmmmm." Are there any soldiers reading this? If so please comment on Jesse's opinion of us losing Iraq and how Obama will "save" us all.

"Jackson declines to be more concrete about possible policy changes. After all, he insists, he isn't part of Obama's policy team. Yet he clearly hopes that his views, reflecting the position of many Democrats, would be reflected in the policies of an Obama administration."

No shiite Sherlock, no one knows what "change" Obama will bring because all he can say is "change" without any true information. Obama doesn't know what "change" he will bring because "change" is just a word and know one knows the definition of "change." Sorry y'all but "change" is rhetoric for Obama with no meaning placed upon it.

"Barack is determined to repair our relations with the world of Islam and Muslims," Jackson says. "Thanks to his background and ecumenical approach, he knows how Muslims feel while remaining committed to his own faith."

Again with the empty words. Obama doesn't know what faith he is. Empty rhetoric.

"The most important change would occur in the Middle East, where "decades of putting Israel's interests first" would end.

"Jackson believes that, although "Zionists who have controlled American policy for decades" remain strong, they'll lose a great deal of their clout when
Barack Obama enters the White House."

Why are American Jews voting for Obama when he will not put Israel's interests first? Can you not see that he will change the US relationship with Israel and not in a positive way?

Click on the title of this post for a link to the article. And don't leave comments about how JJ isn't really apart of Obama's campaign. He may not be a paid part but he is an influential part.

2 comments:

Super Mommy said...

Okay - you HAD to bring up Messy Jesse didn't you!! LOL

PS - I tagged ya girl - visit my blog!!

Christy said...

Oh no not Jesse--uggg!! He makes my skin crawl just to hear his voice!

Christy :)