Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Obama and oil reserves

In a recent interview Colorado governor Bill Ritter was asked about his chances of being selected by Barack Obama as Vice President. Ritter responded saying, essentially, that he really didn't have enough experience to be Vice President. As it turns out, Governor Ritter has more experience as Governor than Barack Obama had in office before deciding to run for President. (Michelle Malkin).

In a not entirely unrelated story, the front page of this morning's Minneapolis Star-Tribune (hardly a bastion of conservative thought) says, "Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama called for tapping the nation's oil reserves to lower gas prices. It is the second time in a week that he has shifted his position on an energy issue...."

Barack Obama has neither the experience nor the judgment to be President.

1 comment:

jazzycat said...

It is really scary that at least 40% of the American people do not have the judgment and discernment to figure this out!