Thursday, July 17, 2008

Stop Obama Express

In an effort to expose the B. Hussein Obama media bias, read my comments in the [red brackets.] This article is just one out of most - I could literally do this ALL day, every day, up until the election.

Obama calls criticism of wife 'infuriating'
Jul 17 01:10 PM US/Eastern
Associated Press Writer

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WASHINGTON (AP) - What gets under Barack Obama's skin? Criticism of his wife, Michelle Obama.

In an interview with Glamour magazine, Obama said attacks on his wife are "infuriating." The likely Democratic presidential nominee blamed the conservative press for going after his wife as if she were the candidate. [Did I read the word "conservative before the word "press"?!?]

"If they have a difference with me on policy, they should debate me. Not her," Obama told the magazine. [Untrue. If your wife intends on campaigning for you or will be active in your presidency, she has every right to be considered in discussion.]

An Associated Press-Yahoo poll suggests Michelle Obama has higher favorable ratings than Cindy McCain, wife of presumptive Republican nominee John McCain. However, Michelle Obama's unfavorable ratings are also higher. [The second rating is more important here as people know Michelle and most don't even know Cindy.]

Michelle Obama came under fire in February when she said she was proud of her country for the first time in her adult life. She later clarified her remark, saying she has always been proud of her country and was particularly proud to see so many people involved in the political process. [Clarify all you want, you're clearly anti-American and as Malkin put it, only proud of your husband.]

Obama said the attacks are ironic because his wife is "the most quintessentially American woman I know." [You don't know a lot of women.]

Michelle Obama, 44, has worked as a lawyer and hospital executive. The couple has two daughters, Malia, 10, and Sasha, 7.

The Internet has been a double-edged sword for the Obama campaign. While it's allowed them to organize supporters and raise millions of dollars, Obama said it's also provided a vehicle for rumors and myths to spread quickly. [Substitute the words "facts" and "stories" for "rumors" and "myths" because the MSM chooses not to publish most negative aspects of B. Hussein Obama.]

"It's very hard to catch up," he said. [I have a feeling it's going to get even harder...]

Glamour's editor-in-chief also interviewed McCain. Full interviews with both candidates were scheduled to appear in the magazine's October issue. [In other words, "we here at the MSM don't care at all about McCain so if you want to read about him, pound sand."]

[You'll also get a kick out of the anti-FOX news propaganda video that is "related" to this link. So... are there any links that favor FOX in this article? This article seems quite unbiased to me!]


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