Thursday, 24 July 2008

Barack Obama yet another misspeak that will get little publicity

I have previously blogged here, here and here examples of Barack Obama's unbelievable errors when speaking; errors that if made by a Republican would be headline news, but as they are made by the new messiah`they seem to receive little or no mainstream coverage.

The latest example is from Barack Obama's trip to Israel:
"Let me be absolutely clear," Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, said today at a press conference in Amman, Jordan. "Israel is a strong friend of Israel's. It will be a strong friend of Israel's under a McCain...administration. It will be a strong friend of Israel's under an Obama administration. So that policy is not going to change."

Yes, apparently Israel is a strong friend of Israel and that will continue under a McCain presidency. He's really on the ball this Barack Obama, isn't he? And yet the left criticise George W. Bush for his language problems.

Do have a look around my site for other examples of the ineptitude of Barack Obama, because you won't hear or read about it on the BBC.

1 comment:

John M Ward said...

I've been reading what you have reported about Barry Hussein's verbal faux pas, and am not surprised in the slightest at the lack of reporting of them. I wouldn't mind if the same standard were being applied to other candidates, but -- as you say -- they are not.

Surprise, surprise! The mainstream media have a bias. Nothing new there, then...

The worst is that a number of high-ranking Conservatives (i.e. quite a few MPs and others) have been taken in by Obama. Indeed, even I was at least interested to a small degree, back in the early days of the presidential campaign.

Not now, though!