Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Salon.com's Joan Walsh Finds Another Huge Problem With Obama

Just as the sun always rises in the East, and night follows day, we know that Joan Walsh has concerns about Barack Obama. She's worried, she's concerned, she's got something to say, and, of course she's not alone, because, as Joan will remind us all, frequently: "most would agree."

Today, woot woot -- another big surprise -- Joan thinks that Obama has yet another huge, insurmountable problem to overcome...


7 comments:

rwanderman said...

She has a point but it's not well framed or expressed, as usual. What else is new?

Sigh, I am so tired of this campaign, I'm beginning to feel like Will Rogers or Mark Twain. Cynical about all of them.

stich said...

She's so Wishy-Walshy...

Anonymous said...

Gosh, I wish Obama's campaign had not rejected what Wesley Clark said. I think Clark deserved better. Please write 2,000 letters agreeing or disagreeing with me!

stich said...

What's to be the next thrown under the bus fuss?

Villemar said...

I think Walsh's Project Puma isn't going anywhere, I predict they'll get all Nadery next...already Glenn has had a massive hysterical conniption fit over the past two weeks when Obama made a couple Centrist moves. I'm sure Walsh is stoking his outrage. Whatever works. Remember, Joan is Concerned about Obama. Always Concerned.

stich said...

I think the parody answer to PUMA should be PUTA, and that PUTA's slogan should be "Here us meow! Hillary now!" I think that PUTA is probably appropriate because we are talking after all about democrats who are selling out their political virtues cheaply, presumaby either to John McCain or of all people Ralf Nader?

stich said...

What's the latest word from Walsh? "Betrayed by Obama."