The YouTubes Don’t Lie

27 Sep


16 Responses to “The YouTubes Don’t Lie”

  1. STEEL September 27, 2008 at 8:40 pm #

    They should make that into an add. Very powerful

  2. Heather September 28, 2008 at 10:28 am #

    Don’t we have real issues to focus on?

  3. wcp September 28, 2008 at 11:18 am #

    John’s crystal ball is old too.

  4. Peter Farrell September 28, 2008 at 11:56 am #

    Heather, are you stating that the loss of over 4K American lives over a botched military action initiated on lies and misinformation not to be a real issue?

    Tell me that was sarcasm….please.

  5. Haterade aka John Burke September 28, 2008 at 12:00 pm #

    Yeah .. the youtubes don’t lie. I could have 20+ youtube videos of Obama gaffes on here in minutes. Anyone …?

  6. STEEL September 28, 2008 at 12:16 pm #

    I would not describe those McCain clips as gaffes. I think I would call them just being dead wrong on an the most important issue of the last 40 years.

  7. Haterade aka John Burke September 28, 2008 at 4:06 pm #

    Where is the video of Obama during that time ? There is none. Why is that ?

    I guess being greeted as liberators is subjective.

    In the grand scheme of things there HASN’T been a “history of violence” between the sunni and shia muslims. Just because Obama said so in a clip edited by some flunkie at the Huffington post doesn’t make it so .

  8. Dan September 28, 2008 at 5:31 pm #

    Obama said the surge would fail, now admits it has been successful beyond anyone’s imagination.

    McCain said “I do not beleive we will experience much difficulty in bringing about regime change”. That woudl seem to be true wouldn’t it? Maintaining stability in the region has been a challenge, but if you step back and look at the big picture there has been success there too.

    Obama has no experience to deal with any of the important issues facing this country. He is wet behind the ears and this is no position for OJT.

  9. Buffalopundit September 28, 2008 at 5:40 pm #

    Obama said the surge would fail.

    McCain said we’d be greeted as liberators, that the war with Iraq would be swift, that we knew where the massive amounts of WMDs were located, and that there was no history of animosity between Shia and Sunni (no one remembers the Iran-Iraq war? Christ almighty, Tom Friedman all but predicted exactly what would happen – that Iraq was a latter-day, middle-eastern Yugoslavia.)

    Looks to me like the score is 4-1, with the lower figure being the win.

    None of the candidates committed any gaffes. The fact, however, that Obama more than held his own against the angry old man who kept calling him “naive” and that he didn’t “understand” means Obama won. Interestingly, the post-debate focus groups and polling all indicate that most voters agree with me.

  10. Jeff September 28, 2008 at 6:23 pm #

    What the McCainiacs and Palinites cannot seem to grasp, is that the election is all but lost.

    Unless Karl Rove has one, big, sleazy-ass rabbit to pull out of his hat, you can expext a PRESIDENT OBAMA in less than 4 months.

    Imagine: A President who restores confidence to Washington, in that our elected leader is an educated, reasoned and ARTICLUATE man. A man who evokes positive reaction from other countries, instead of revulsion.
    Even though the Limbaugh kool-aid drinkers have convinced many this is a bad thing(!), the rest (majority) of us know otherwise.

    What a refreshing CHANGE.

    McCain will go for another term in the Senate before retiring, while Lady Confusion will return home to the backwoods and face impeachment. Deservedly so.

    And everybody who came into contact with Kral Rove this campaign cycle, will take a hot shower to scrub away his political cooties.

  11. Dan September 28, 2008 at 6:42 pm #

    Wow! Jeff really seems to know what he’s talking about! Want to throw in what tonight’s daily numbers will be too?

    BTW – Articulate – yeah – more ums than a high school debate understudy, “I see dead people” , “I’ve been to 57 states (Including confusion?)” and my uncle liberated Auschwitz, just to name a few.

    In November I think it is possible that people will wake up to the fact that they know nothing about this candidate, are aware of no professional accomplishments, and have an uneasy feeling about his judgment. And it won’t be bitterness that drives them. We’ll see. If that happens, maybe Emo Phillips, the Baldwins and all the other whiners will finally move to Canada like they promised in 2000.

  12. Jeff September 28, 2008 at 7:36 pm #

    Fact is, ANYONE who dares defend the Palin choice, has NO CREDIBILITY.

    Comparing mis-speaks and simple gaffes by Obama/Biden to someone (Palin) who is so clearly uneducated, uninformed and unintelligent, just shows how vapid the Republican’s have become.

    Latest I’ve heard is McCain/Palin plan on “stunting” once agannt in the coming weeks by organizing a shotgun wedding for Palin’s daughter and that poor kid who’s being forced to marry her so Sarah and the (Repubs) can save face. Just when you thought they couldn’t get any more pathetic. That is obviously ALL that McCain/Palin have left at this point; STUNTING!

    I may have a VP debate party at my house. Biden won’t even have to challenge Lady Confusion, as her mouth will be her own worst enemy.

    The repeatedly failed Republicans are hating every minute of this…and it’s fan-tastic!

  13. Dan September 28, 2008 at 8:04 pm #

    “The repeatedly failed Republicans are hating every minute of this…and it’s fan-tastic!”

    OK I get now why Obama would seem articulate.

  14. Jeff September 28, 2008 at 8:57 pm #

    Squirm and strain for insults if you must, but we know where this election is headed and who will come out the victor.

    Na na na na, na na na na, hey hey, Gooooood byyyyyyyye!

    Can’t waait to hear all the Republican malcontents, like Dan, tell us after-the-fact, how disgusted they actually were with McCain’s foolish VP choice.

    Come on, Dan! I bet you’re already practicing your sour grapes turncoat posts for Nov. 5th!

  15. rastamick61 September 28, 2008 at 8:58 pm #

    Hate did you say there hasn’t been a history of violence between shia and sunni ? The Prophet Mohammed died in 632. About 5 minutes after 632 it was ONNN and pretty much has been ever since. I’d have to say on a grand scheme of things that’s pretty serious stuff. This site has a good grasp of the enmities between the two, maybe not Joe Lieberman quality but a little better than McCain’s.

  16. emoboy October 21, 2008 at 6:39 pm #

    Cheers, My photos of my new emo hair

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