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Age of Obama…

October 1, 2008

Well, the vice presidential debate is upon us. I’m much more interested in this debate than I was the one between McCain and Obama. It’s not that I didn’t want to listen to what they had to say, but seriously, we’ve heard it all before. Obama lied through his teeth and McCain made good points…but smiled awkwardly the entire time. Same old same old.

The Palin/Biden debate should prove to be much more interesting, especially with the woman they have tapped to moderate the whole thing.

Her name is Gwen Ifill, and she has written a book titled “Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama.” Interestingly, her book is scheduled to be released on January 20, 2009. Why is that interesting? Well it just so happens that is the date of the inaugurations of the next president of the United States.

Now I wonder if Mrs. Ifill has any stake in the outcome of this election…because it seems to be the sales of her book will be influenced heavily by whomever wins in November.

Now she has to sit before Joe Biden and Sarah Palin and fairly moderate their debate? Obviously we won’t know what bias (if any) she will inject into the debate, but I have a strong feeling that she will heavily favor Biden. I’ll admit if I’m wrong about it. I’ll have to drink a couple Jack and Cokes first, but I’ll admit it.

I’m a little too sloshed to do it, but if you feel so inclined you can call the Commission on Presidential Debates and ask them about their choice of moderator and urge them to make sure she keeps bias out of the debate. They can be reached at 202-872-1020.

If you’re not into voice-to-voice contact you can e-mail Janet H. Brown, Executive Director of the Debates Commission. Her e-mail is

Personally, I think I’m slightly more disturbed that someone out there thinks that we have an “age of Obama.” No wonder the man is so arrogant, look at what his red-drink swigging followers are saying about him!

It’s just too bad the Kool-Aid these people drink isn’t laced with cyanide…those people at Jonestown knew how to do it right!

~T the D

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