December 19, 2008

Obama on Warren Selection

This really pisses me off and his bullshit about 'disagreeing without being disagreeable' would go a lot further if Warren weren't quite to fervent in his desire to take away the rights of a large percentage of the population. One has to wonder if the President-elect would so blithely dismiss our very understandable anger if Warren were preaching to return African-Americans to slavery.

Two things, however, come to mind...

1) I'm glad I didn't vote for the son of a bitch in the primary.
2) I'm glad I voted for him in the general because McCain was STILL worse.

This was a crass political move against a group he knows he can marginalize. If anyone out there is dumb enough to still believe his bullshit, I'll be happy to introduce my foot to your ass.

Posted by mcblogger at December 19, 2008 09:20 AM

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I'm so with you except that 1. I'm glad I didn't vote for Clinton.

I was so worn out after the election and haven't really cared too much about who Obama has been appointing to his cabinet, preferring to wait and see how he governs. But symbols are important. And Rick Warren, for a variety of reasons, is the wrong symbolic person for a man who says that his campaign is not politics as usual. I'm not willing to give him a pass on this. I'd still vote for the Democrat over the Republican but it's only because Republicans are worse.

Posted by: cof [TypeKey Profile Page] at December 19, 2008 12:17 PM

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