Saturday, January 06, 2007

Obama Would Be A Lousy Vice President, He Is Too Much Of A Leader

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Nepal King begins secret parleys to save crown Islamic Republic News Agency met three former Prime Ministers and an ex-minister ...... Marichman Singh, Lokendra Bahadur Chand and Surya Bahadur Thapa ..... The King met Rabindranath Sharma, a former minister who heads a royalist splinter party, Rastriya Prajatantra Party (Nepal). .....
CNN mistake shows why Obama won’t be president - Curt Yeomans Henry Herald The problem is his name: Barack Hussein Obama. ...... First, there is only a one consonant difference between his last name and bin Laden’s first name. .... Second, his middle name is synonymous with the late-Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, who America went to war with twice in the last 17 years. ...... America will not elect a Muslim, or someone whose name sounds Muslim, as president in 2008, 2012 or 2020. There are too many parts of this country, like the Midwest, where the general populace will not accept a non-Christian candidate. A Jewish candidate might get elected in large urban areas, but small town America is not ready for a president who isn’t a Christian......... there are places like Georgia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, New York, Florida, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Iowa ...... There is still prejudice in this country even though we’d like to pretend it doesn’t exist anymore. It does. ....... As long as that terrorist is alive and free, Obama will always have to worry about an errant journalist hitting the ‘S’ instead of the ‘B’ on his keyboard. ....... Obama would also be wise to make sure every single person in America knows who he is, and that he is not a member of al-Quaida, Hamas or Hezbollah. I remember watching an informal street survey on CNN last month where a reporter asked random people what they thought about Obama. Many of the people who responded thought they were being asked about bin Laden and said he needed to be taken out because he was a threat to the American way of life. .......... Welcome to the world beyond Oprah’s couch, Senator Obama. It’s not all hugs, smiles and lovefests.
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