Saturday, April 12, 2008

Speaking Of Obama: On Guns and Religion: ‘I Didn’t Say It as Well as I Should Have’

Barack Obama admitted Saturday that he chose his words poorly when he told a group of California donors that small-town Americans “cling” to guns and religion and xenophobia out of bitterness over lost jobs, but for the second day in a row stood by the comments and weathered pointed criticism from Hillary Clinton.

“I didn’t say it as well as I should have, because the truth is these traditions that are passed on from generation to generation, those are important,” Obama said in Muncie, Ind., minutes before Clinton jumped in and called his remarks “elitist.”

“But what is absolutely true is that people want to feel like they’re being listened to. And so they pray, and they count on each other and they count on their families,” Obama continued."

And the black ones make up the most crime and kill people more often than do anyone else?

Was that Part II of the Obama-Theorem?

Or does the real truth sting a little too nasty, eh Barry?

Aren't we all getting a little tired of these morons "misspeaking"?

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