Thursday, March 20, 2008

Geraldine Ferraro not pleased with Obama

Tonight, Brit Hume pointed out that Former vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro was not pleased with Barack Obama's reference to her in his speech. According to Ferraro, "To equate what I said with what this racist bigot has said from the pulpit is unbelievable...."

"Ferraro said she had 'no clue' why Obama would include her in his speech and said Obama's association with Wright raises serious questions about his judgment." (Daily Breeze).

I agree. It does raise questions about his judgment. Obama, however, has countered arguments about not having as much experience as John McCain has by saying that he has better judgment. It appears that he has neither the experience or the judgment.

1 comment:

L'oiseau said...

I think he included her because everyone was freaking out about her words being racist. He said they weren't. I don't see why she had a problem with that.