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December 12, 2008

Media Suddenly Discovers Obama’s Case of SCS – Shady Crony Syndrome

Finally! But don't get too excited yet:

Whoever said politics isn’t any fun hasn’t been paying attention to Chicago, also known as “The Windy City,” “Hog Butcher for the World,” “The City that Works” and, more recently, “The Biggest Political Cess Pit West of Washington D.C.”

The story itself doesn’t offer any analysis or depth to the information – it’s simply a laundry list of shady characters whom Obama has known and worked with for the last couple of decades. But the AP has seen fit to impart information that somehow didn’t make the grade during the two-year long presidential run. I guess they were too busy writing stories about how much he and Michelle adore each other and what a great basketball player he is. In a similar vein, august news personalities Tom Brokaw and Charlie Rose – four days before the election – admitted they knew little about Obama: his views on foreign policy, what books he’s read or who his heroes are. Who his heroes are? Now that’s funny!

Read it all here.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 09:27 AM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | FSM

With all the stuff they heaped on George Bush it is only fair that they get to read about the Obamamessiah's shady past. Yes, I agree that it is too little too late but fun stuff. Can you inpeach a Predisent Elect? MUD

Posted by: Dennis at December 12, 2008 10:41 AM

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