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October 7, 2008

Obama Running on McCain's Issues

Howard Stern may not be the King of All Media anymore, but he still can be entertaining on occasion, despite the foul language. Someone from his show went up to Harlem and asked Obama supporters if they agree with McCain's pro-life, pro-victory views — after attributing these views to the Obamessiah. Suddenly the Uptown Obamunists agreed that abortion and surrender are bad. He even tricked them into saying nice things about Sarah Palin.

Hilarious, until you realize that their votes count as much as yours.

On a tip from Refuter of Liberal Vermin.

Posted by Van Helsing at October 7, 2008 8:13 PM

Comments

Amazing. Now we know why Algore got as many votes as he did.

The "idiot vote" is 1/2+.

We're doomed.

Buy bullets, boys and girls... lots and lots and lots of bullets. These same intellectuals will be coming to steal your chickens when they get hungry.

Posted by: Jimbo at October 7, 2008 10:41 PM

I'm so not surprised. I was in a class the other day and some of my classmates were ragging on the way Palin talks - like how she drops the 'g' in 'ing' words. All I could think about was how if Obama talked the way Palin did, they'd swoon and offer heaping praise.

This incident reminds me of that episode of "The Man Show" where Adam and Jimmy went out and campaigned to end Women's Suffrage just to see if anyone knew what it meant. I gotta say, there were some very stupid people out there that day.

Posted by: SpideyTerry at October 7, 2008 11:14 PM

If anyone ever needed further evidence of what's really wrong with universal suffrage, try a few viewings of Jay Leno's "JayWalk" -- where he just wanders around and asks random people on the street butt-simple questions.

Now, this is usually California, of course, where our expectations cannot be really high, but still ...the level of pure idiocy and ignorance is simply incredible. And most of these people are not even particularly embarrassed by it.

They think everyone is like them. And they may well be right.

Posted by: G White at October 8, 2008 2:07 AM

Evidence, as if we needed any, that Obama's appeal is due to his skin color, not his policy preferences.

Posted by: Bob Smith at October 8, 2008 5:05 AM