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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

More on the Seattle Obamarama

posted by on December 12 at 16:05 PM

I’m running out of time (and steam) after a long… I don’t know how many days. So I’m going to go back on my promise to post more about last night’s Obama event this afternoon. I’ll probably do it tomorrow. But in the meantime, check out this take on Obama’s Showbox event that’s been posted over at General Bonkers—in which the General gets in the face of some annoying Ron Paul supporters, talks back to some Stranger shit talking, and floats a second-hand report that Obama, for all his charisma and magnetism, has notably small hands.

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I think Ron Paul's a joke, but he's definitely not for the war in Iraq. He's barely even a republican.

Posted by bellevue & belmont | December 12, 2007 4:21 PM

I taste VOMIT at the back of my throat! Bleaghuchugheagh!

Posted by SKDJ;ksjdg | December 12, 2007 4:22 PM

"More" on Obama ... but not much more. Some guy at another site blamed Ron Paul for supporting the Iraq war (??)...

there was lots of security (duh)....

Obama is hip and exciting but nothing reported about what he's gonna do.....


ya basta Obama, OK?

Posted by unPC | December 12, 2007 4:29 PM

Small hands and no real platform to speak of -- GO BARACK GO!


Ron Paul -is- a Republican. The neo-conservative, Christian Coalition bunch are not. He's a classic Goldwater/Taft Republican, and whether you're an extreme wingnut or a barking moonbat, I hope you can agree that his voice is the most refreshing from that side of the aisle.

And I wouldn't be so quick to call him a joke. Unless of course the Constitution is a joke.

Posted by mjg | December 12, 2007 5:44 PM

Yeah, Ron Paul is as anti Iraq war as anybody. So that was a big fat mistake. But I was at that event and saw some of the Ron Paul sign-wavers saying Obama was thinking of nuking Iran. Say what? And another one was slamming Obama for being against slavery reparations. Which I cannot imagine Ron Paul is for.
Upshot: People are crazy.

Posted by Phoebe | December 13, 2007 4:59 PM

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