Sunday, November 02, 2008

"We have a righteous wind at our back"

In the final weekend of a long race for the White House, Barack Obama promised to heal America's political and social divisions while rival John McCain fought to stop change and healing.

For Obama, buoyed by record campaign donations and encouraging poll numbers, it was a time for soaring rhetoric and forays into Republican territory. "We have a righteous wind at our back," the President said.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

You're a McCain supporter, right?

Anonymous said...

Don't worry, Professor Red, we're not so stupid that you can convince us NOT to vote for Obama.

We'll make up our own minds, thank you very much, and if Obama wins, you're just going to have to live with it.

hannah said...

are you ever going to explain why you lied about that picture in your previous post?

Anonymous said...

that's pretty typical - when he gets caught in a lie, he just creates a new post and hopes that people forget his old one.

Anonymous said...

Do anyone know what he calls himself on imdb`?

Colonel Neville. said...

Dear Truththirst, I'm a little confused. Can you help me? When one is being "racist" against Obama, is that being "racist' against the black or white half?

If I'm going to be er, "racist", I feel I must do it correctly. Colonel Neville.

Colonel Neville. said...

Dear truthfast, the "wind" Obama speaks of...I looked it up in the dictionary and it says "Wind: To emit wind from anus".

Smells like victory! AND Obama Teen Spirit!

Colonel Neville.

Anonymous said...

The wind he's talking about is coming from "old windy" Binden. Get a life and get used to President McCain

Robert said...

I substituted the name Adolf Hitler with Obama's in your article and it reads just like Mein Kamf .

Anonymous said...

Actually, it's a quote from Chairman Mao. And we all know what he did for his country.