Thursday, October 09, 2008

Funniest Web comments ever!

After most of the previous 12 months covering Barack Obama's campaign for the presidency, it was interesting, instructive and, well, relaxing to follow John McCain for the last few days. The differences between the two are striking.
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I think Obama has good reason to not print these schedules and people have to wait for him because if not, there would be greater risks from someone to try and assassinate him. Unfortunately, there are still bigots and haters out there who want to see him dead just because of his skin color. What a shame! And the author of this article wants to put the blame back on Obama for this? Can you blame the man for wanting to avoid the crazy people who want to take him down?

Posted by lrabbeth at 06:22 PM : Oct 09, 2008

It''s no wonder the airplane is smelly. It has people like you on it who haven''t washed their *** in days. You have the nerve to make a comment like that. What are you doing to remedy the problem? Go clean it up buster! While you''re at it wash your stinky ***.

Posted by swalgreen at 06:21 PM : Oct 09, 2008

What a tacky column. Just the basest form of journalism.

Posted by romdrom at 06:19 PM : Oct 09, 2008

Betcha that is the way the White house will be run IF that fool is elected.

Posted by leone911 at 06:18 PM : Oct 09, 2008

Remember when reporters covered the news?

You know, they went to a newsworthy event, covered it, and then filed their stories?

This jackhole is complaining that his steak tartar is poorly prepared, and that his ride on the candidate''s plane leaves on the candidate''s schedule and not on his own.

If he needs more time and a better smelling plane, why doesn''t he fly commercial to these events?

Posted by Gonzosghost at 06:15 PM : Oct 09, 2008

Have you given any thought to the idea that Obama may not want to print out schedules when he as daily death threats? Please think before you write and put another''s life at risk for your own convenience.

Posted by smith862 at 06:12 PM : Oct 09, 2008


And go here:

This morning, CBSnews.com posted a shocking first-person account of what it's like to travel with the Obama campaign, written by CBS' own Dean Reynolds. Reynolds points out what he calls the "striking" differences between how the Obama and McCain camps each treat the press corps. The Obama people are disorganized, unfriendly and fail to print the candidate's schedule in a satisfactory manner. Also, the plane smells.
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