Monday, March 3, 2008


With no record to speak of, it seems worthwhile that the Senator from Illinois, now running for President of the United States, be asked more probing and creative questions than the media heretofore seems to have been willing to ask.

Toward that end, read this article.

Is it just me, or is the MSM giving this gentleman a pass? The thinking seems to be, "Oh, he's so nice. And since he doesn't have any experience to speak of, it would just be a waste of time to ask him pointless questions about what actions he'd take as president! Plus, he's so NIIICE!"

My favorite question posed in the article:

3. Could you please cite three things you’ve done as senator to help win the war in Iraq?


Update: Ah. The MSM has awoken. A little. I keep tellin' ya: when the bright lights hit Obama, he's not going to be able to hide from his paltry collection of good deeds. And now the media are starting to dig a little; ask a few questions about some of his doin's.


Anonymous said...

I liked this take on things:


Bruce Gee said...

Yeah, that's a pretty good rant.

A more realistic take is this: Obama would soon enough be rendered impotent to implement any of the sweeping changes he has stashed in his anxiety closet. I am not convinced he will have any idea how to wield power. It is not going to be a pretty picture, and people will soon enough turn against him a la Jimmy Carter.