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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Excessive word count...

doesn't always change the meaning.

I didn't watch the Rick Warren "Saddleback Civil Forum on the Presidency". I may explain my views on Rick Warren in another post, as excessive word count is the issue here, and I would prefer to avoid making myself the target ;)

In that forum, Barack Obama nearly said a word that would be fatal to his run for president. He saved it by catching himself and then adding more words, but really, did the meaning get changed at all?

(Thanks to HotAir)

So, Barack Obama clearly meant he would not have nominated Clarence Thomas because Thomas was not experienced enough.

As for his dig at Clarence Thomas, others have compared Barack's books to what Thomas has written and said there is no contest. I'll let those who have read both make that determination.

I would like to thank Barack Obama for agreeing that experience is important and the actual experience level of a candidate should be considered.

Unfortunately, Obama's criticism of a black Supreme Court justice also reveals that he's racist.


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