Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Michelle Obama's Speech

Let's compare it to a warm bowl of oatmeal. It went like this: i loved my father and he loved me. he died. I met Barrack, married him and we had kids. Like that only mushier.

The there is the work hard to shape the world to our ideals, the way it should be. Isn't that the goal for most people especially politicians? You tend to hear that from the kind of radical sixty's types, or the wannabes. i got the sense their idea is that of the 60's and 70's radicals, a socialist agenda.

The Clinton 18 million cracks in the glass ceiling comment. She's not the first to say it but it is still crap! To me a glass ceiling says their is a lot of resistance. There is not. Just because a woman or a minority hasn't done it does not mean they can't or there is some giant hurdle to get over. It hasn't crossed my mine that either couldn't do the job. It is a disgrace. Those who fought in the trenches, face harassment are worse to hold a job are the ones who broke down walls. NOT Clinton and not Obama.

They are trying to say they are just like us and it is crap on both sides. She didn't mention the collages they went to, law degree, big house, Barrack went to Africa and the Middle East when he was young, and so on.

I did not grow up in the 60's or 70's. i don't have a law degree, big house, didn't go abroad in my youth and am not a Socialist!

If they are trying to humanize Obama put his wife and the not radical friends of his on every talk show they can that would do far more good, they really should have started it last Friday and over the week end.

Warm bowl of plain old mushy oatmeal.

And those are not raisins.

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