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H/T Michelle Malkin

I remember well the video the GOP ran on Harold Ford and I agree with you that it stunk. However, the big problem for Ford at the time was his family, which wasn’t getting nearly enough attention as it should have considering one had been indicted and another was being investigated for voter fraud. If anything, that silly video distracted from the real issue of whether Harold Ford, Jr. could be trusted.

To denounce the TNGOP video of Michelle Obama by equating it with the TN Senate Election is wrong. Mrs. Obama takes an extremely active role in Senator Obama’s campaign, much like another woman once took an active role in her husband’s campaign telling the electorate that we would get two for the price of one. In that view, Michelle Obama’s statements about not being proud of her country are fair game.

Whether the TNGOP made the ad or not, there are a great deal of concerned questions about Michelle Obama’s shame. The ad is not distasteful but it highlights the concern the rest of us have with this woman. Should Senator Obama win the presidential election, this woman is going to be first lady.

Now, I don’t know if you’re a religious man or not but think about these: Samson and Delilah, King Herod and Herodias, and the power of the woman to whom a man looks.

No Senator Corker, on this you are wrong. Considering McCain’s stance on another ad that he had denounced then later had to apologize for, I have to ask: Have you even seen the ad, sir?

2 Responses to Senator Corker, You’re Wrong

  • BB-Idaho says:

    Seems fair enough: that’s what she said, although
    the ‘really’ in ‘really proud’ was edited out. In political advertising, context is disallowed, thus we have the
    recurring ‘Mission accomplished’ phrase. If she said it, she has to defend it. What ya think of McCain disavowing Rev. Hagee?

  • hillbilly says:

    She not only said that, she’s said a lot of things, like “America is just plain mean…” When you put them all together it means the same thing as that one little statement.

    I try real hard not to think about McCain. I couldn’t care less about his disavowing Rev. Hagee but if you’re trying to compate Hagee to Rev. Wright the difference between is the Grand Canyon since Hagee is not McCain’s pastor and has never been and certainly not for any 20 years.

    But all that aside, I couldn’t care less about Obama’s pastor. His wife, on the other hand, concerns me greatly with her anti-american worldview while proposing to live in the White House for at least four years alongside her husband with the kind of influence she has, being his wife.

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