Saturday, October 25, 2008


It is no surprise that the New York Times should endorse Obama, this is the newspaper that sponsors Paul Krugman, Maureen Dowd and Bob Herbert after all. But could they at least have the class not to make up fake claims of racism while doing it?

In the same time, Senator John McCain of Arizona has retreated farther and farther to the fringe of American politics, running a campaign on partisan division, class warfare and even hints of racism. His policies and worldview are mired in the past. His choice of a running mate so evidently unfit for the office was a final act of opportunism and bad judgment that eclipsed the accomplishments of 26 years in Congress.

Of course, while calling Governor Palin as unfit for office, they claim that Obama is, endorsing Obama's own circular logic that running for office itself is the primary qualification.

As tough as the times are, the selection of a new president is easy. After nearly two years of a grueling and ugly campaign, Senator Barack Obama of Illinois has proved that he is the right choice to be the 44th president of the United States.

In other news, the New York Times has been downgraded to junk status this week...


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