Posts filed under ‘Gaffes’
From the Freedom Defense Fund’s “You Should Know Who Barrack Obama’s Friends Are” series. Rumor has it pegged for national distribution in late October.
This is cringe-inducing. Following McCain’s story about his bracelet, ODummy claims he has a bracelet too. Unfortunately he doesn’t know the name of the slained soldier. He has to look at his (uh, uh) wrist several times. Not good.
Check out Michelle Malkin for some good analysis.
After a month of vacay, this brought me back (quick). With polls showing McCain/Palin moving ahead, this should cement it.
A game changer. Big time.
OHypocrite Alert: OBama Claims McCain Ads “Distract Voters from Real Issues.” Obama Opts out of 10 Townhall Debates on “Real Iissues.”
It doesn’t get any more ridiculous than this.
“The One” reaches for the high road by stating that McCain’s latest ads “distract voters from the real issues.” But then in the same press release (via AP) OGaffemeister opts out of 10 Town Hall debates on the “real issues.”
A perfect McCain ad in the making?
Who said Obama had no energy policy?
Viewing Tip: The Clueless One clearly loses train of thought at about 10 seconds (with some nonsense about “saving all the oil they’re, uh, uh, talking about getting off drilling”) and then questions his own “inflate tires” advice at 15 seconds.
Once again, no teleprompter, no clue.
And the “fairy tale” continues… You can’t make this stuff up.
This is either: A.) A bold-faced lie on the world stage… or B.) He’s been so busy running for president (since the day he was elected in ’04) he doesn’t remember his committee assignments.
Viewing Tip: Note, he says “just this past week, we…” and then pausing realizing he’s been on his Magical Make Believe I’m President Tour “just this past week.”
Fact: Here’s the U.S. Senate’s Banking Committee roster.
Fact 2: Here’s Obama’s Committee assignments (no Banking).
UPDATE: CBS News’ Kevin Dunn attempts to provide cover for Obama’s latest gaffe (or verbal flub).
It’s true that Obama flubbed that sentence, but that’s all it was: a verbal flub. What he meant was that the Banking Committee had recently reported out a bill that included some provisions from a bill he cosponsored in 2007. So he should have said “my provisions,” or something like that, not “my committee.”
Got it? He meant to say that the Banking Committee passed a bill that included parts of another bill from another committee that he cosponsored in another year.
Yep. That works.
The speech in Berlin is not, repeat not, a “political event.” Because, as Team Ego says, “when the president of the United States goes and gives a speech, it is not a political speech of political rally.”
One problem – as even the ass-licking liberal press spoke up to – he is NOT the “president of the United States.”
This is pretty extraordinary. A candidate for the American Presidency is using flyers printed in German to turn people out for his campaign rally in Berlin on Thursday. This flyer can be found on a bilingual page on BarackObama.com advertising the event … The German flyers bear Obama’s campaign logo and say “Paid for by Obama for America.” …
So, this isn’t just some sober, high-minded foreign policy speech, part of a foreign trip occurring under the auspices of his official Senate office. It is a campaign rally occuring on foreign soil. They are using the same tactics to turn out Germans to an event as they would to any rally right here in America.