Thomas Sowell on Barack Obama.

A well written and reasoned article.

The Audacity of Rhetoric: “It is painful to watch defenders of Barack Obama tying themselves into knots trying to evade the obvious.
Some are saying that Senator Obama cannot be held responsible for what his pastor, Jeremiah Wright, said….”

(Via Hugh Hewitt’s TownHall Blog.)

The Audacity of Rhetoric

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2 responses to “Thomas Sowell on Barack Obama.

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  2. A reasoned article??!!?? And in the side, I see adverts for conservative, anti-liberal t-shirts.

    I would say reasoned is exactly the opposite of what it is -far from it. The Agenda here is painfully obvious. Republicans know that Obama is in a stronger position and that he poses more of a threat – so their approach? Smear and ridicule Obama whilst pretending to be a genuine liberal Clinton suppoter.

    And contrary to the article, Obama supporters are not “tying themslves up in knots”. The argument is clear and well set out – the problem is for some on the political right that its subtlety is too difficult for them to fully understand. Or in some cases they understand only too well but choose to distort and ridicule to avoid addressing the issues he raises.

    That is their problem as they say – but don’t expect Obama supporters to take all this smearing for much longer. We are starting to hit back and will have no compunction about exposing Republicans for their continuing cynical lies – be it on the economy and domestic issues or for their continued deliberate misleading of the American people over Iraq.

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