Obama is all fluff, no substance
The Democratic Party had an excellent chance to win the presidency in 2008, but it shot itself in the foot by endorsing Barack Hussein Obama.
All of the Democrats that I have spoken to have unanimously declared their intent to vote Republican for Sen. John McCain. They don’t feel he's that great but is the lesser of two evils.
For the most part, they feel that Obama’s speeches are all fluff — no substance — and that once he’s put up against McCain in a debate, he will fall short. Also, the consensus is that his wife would be a disaster as a first lady and that Rev. Jeremiah Wright would be back in good graces if and when Obama is elected president.
As a commentator said, "You don't sit across the dinner table for 20 years without knowing your wife's feelings for our country," nor would you sit in the congregation "amening" to the rants of Rev. Wright for 20 years and now, all of a sudden, disagree with him to placate the voters.
Beware of a wolf in sheep's clothing.
NANCY L. LAPPIN
Friday, June 20, 2008
'Obama is all fluff'
Another letter published in The Mercury that I agree with even though it sounds like it came from a Democrat. Not everyone has been swept up on Obama-mania. Watch how the Clinton Democrats vote. They will determine the outcome of the 2008 presidential election and so far, they're not flocking to Obama.