The Unity Show? I’ll Pass.

27 Jun

“It’s a phenomenal place to have a unity event,” he said. “It is so symbolic of how the race turned out. The name of the community being Unity sends a great message of what lies ahead.”-Jim Demers

Yes, “what lies ahead” indeed. There is a reason why Obama is sweating in the cartoon above.

Despite the hoopla leading up to this event, the “Unite for Change” rally being staged in Unity, NH is just Kabuki theater for political folks.

Hillary is playing her part to perfection. She’s seen this play dozens of times. In contrast, Obama is still trying to find his footing and learn his lines.

Obama has done nothing since June 7th (when Hillary exited stage left) to convince us he’s the guy for the job. In fact, he’s actually become less interesting a character in the past few weeks due to his constant flip-flops on issues such as FISA, campaign financing, and NAFTA. Yet, his arrogance increased as evidenced by the creation of his own presidential like seal.

All in all, he’s made us even less likely to vote for him in Nov. Way to go Obama!

Obama told Hillary holdouts that we’d better “get over it” and vote for him. What’s next? Will he stomp his feet and hold his breath until we give in? Frustrated children resort to tantrums when they don’t get their way. Obama- a mere child in the spectrum of political experience- is not going to get his way this election cycle. Cue the tantrum.

Democratic unity is a mission impossible goal for 2008. It’s just not going to happen. Despite the call to support Obama made by the mainstream media, democratic elites, and now even from Hillary herself, the PUMA movement continues to march against him.

PUMAs have rejected presumptive nominee Obama because he is not qualified for the job. We continue to believe that. Pelosi, Dean, and Axelrod can cast Obama as the lead in every Democratic show from now until Nov. Just realize this, even if Obama is the only show in town, PUMAs won’t attend this farce.

Now, if they recast the lead for Hillary, the show would be sold out in minutes.

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4 Responses to “The Unity Show? I’ll Pass.”

  1. Kim June 27, 2008 at 2:41 pm #

    I will never vote for Obama. No matter who asks me to do it, I’ll vote my conscience and it’s saying NO OBAMA.

  2. Lacie June 27, 2008 at 3:33 pm #

    There were plenty of PUMAs at the “unity” event today. The media interviewed a bunch of them. I’ve already read one article in the Boston Globe of a protester who had the PUMA House Divided quote on a sign. Go PUMA!

  3. Taylor June 27, 2008 at 4:23 pm #

    I voted for Hillary and will not vote for Obama. I’ll go McCain. This is NOT meant to spite anyone. I just want someone with leadership and experience in the White House.

    Is McCain perfect? No, nor is Hillary. At least I can look over their long voting records and tell where they are on issues that matter to me.

    I know they’ll both lead with conviction. A person with personal conviction is more important to me than a person who is afraid to take a stand.

    Obama’s record is just dismal! He skipped 40% of the votes during 2007. Was it senior skip day? No, it was tough issue days.

    If Obama was afraid to take a stand during the Senate, what would he be like as President?

    To everyone who says he’s better than McCain, I ask, how do we really know that? Obama has flip-flopped on FISA, campaign financing, and NAFTA. That’s just in the past 3 weeks!

    Who is this guy?

  4. Ted June 27, 2008 at 9:15 pm #

    Now that we’re beyond Hillary, we can look forward to the first female VP, Sarah Palin, to become the first female President of the United States in 4 years!

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