More & more crap comes out. I suppose some believe it's a good thing, but right now I believe this is much worse than Sen. Obama's truthful words about how the ReThugs have manipulated the working class & the working poor in "small communities". Most of those criticizing Sen. Obama have probably never been poor & the smallest town they have lived in was the newest gated community. They must keep out the bitter riff-raff after all. First, an intelligent (yes, I know, an elitist term) take on Sen. Obama's comments:
After months of hearing that the Obama campaign has no substance, you might think these upscale Rushbelt commentators would welcome Obama's bold, public analysis of how Republicans bamboozle poorer voters. They themselves talk about this sort of thing endlessly in their media control towers; were they serious about what they say, they would be delighted to see the conversation go, so to speak, mainstream and into the streets.
& now this about President Clinton's ties to a Chinese company that is, well, uh, not helpful:
But her [Sen. Clinton; ed.] recent stern comments on China's internal crackdown collide with former President Bill Clinton's fundraising relationship with a Chinese Internet company accused of collaborating with the mainland government's censorship of the Web. Last month, the firm, Alibaba Inc., carried a government-issued "most wanted" posting on its Yahoo China homepage, urging viewers to provide information on Tibetan activists suspected of stirring recent riots.
Now, loyal four readers, which is worse - Sen. Obama actually telling the truth, or President Clinton attempting to keep his hands clean by renaming a speaking fee to a donation to his foundation?