Friday, October 24, 2008

Shameless Obama Uses Grandmother's Illness to Campaign for Socialized Healthcare

I thought he was canceling campaigning while in Hawaii?
Ever the presidential candidate, Obama invoked his grandmother when talking about issues in the campaign.

When asked by Roberts about his plans for health care, Obama said, "I think about my grandmother right now. But, you know, there are a lot of younger people who, in her same circumstances, don't end up having health insurance. Sometimes their kids don't have health insurance."
He also took the time to remind us grandma is a typical racist white person.

What a guy.
He has also pointed out that his grandmother had traces of racism in her, a point Obama made earlier in the campaign when he tried to explain the caustic language used by his former pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright. Obama recalled how his beloved grandmother would sometimes make comments about black men on the street because she was afraid of them.

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