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April 22, 2008

Can you smell what Barack is cooking? Check out this classic line by Barack Obama. The other two are in there as well.

16 Comments leave one →
  1. April 22, 2008 1:06 pm

    barack is so hip hop…i luv that dude…..

  2. What!?! permalink
    April 22, 2008 7:35 pm

    No comment. Seriously.

  3. April 22, 2008 8:40 pm

    She’s the most effective individual to deal with foreign affairs, which will be the most important issue of this race in the end. How can we fix our economy without better foreign relations? Clearly, we cannot. Globalization insists upon improved relations and returning the US to it’s pre-Bush standing.

    This will be the fourth attempt for Obama to knock Clinton out of the race. He’s been incapable of doing so, which demonstrates his lack of feasibility as a candidate.

    There are good reasons why the superdelegates should ignore the Obama Campaigns cries for all Superdelegates to swing for Obama and instead endorse Mrs Clinton. There’s no question that superdelegates will consider electability as a factor in deciding whether to vote for Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama. Clinton CAN beat McCain in November. Obama cannot if he is on the ticket as President. Him as VP is a different story:

  4. creeping permalink
    April 22, 2008 9:02 pm

    Just don’t ask him questions about Hamas when he’s eating pancakes…then you’ll get a really classic line

    Creeping Sharia

  5. WWEFan permalink
    April 22, 2008 9:40 pm

    They each had longer segments, this is just the preview from WWE’s site.

  6. April 22, 2008 9:55 pm

    Barack Obama? Never heard of him. Is he some kind of prophet or something?

  7. amlistening permalink
    April 22, 2008 10:17 pm

    Great going Hillrod….go perform the last rites 😉

  8. lifeisacookie permalink
    April 23, 2008 12:43 am

    It’s amusing that Big Mac can’t pronounce Barry’s name properly but he’s so old, maybe it’s the meds talking …

  9. Ben Hoffman permalink
    April 23, 2008 1:14 am

    McCainiacs lol

  10. April 23, 2008 1:34 am

    haha this is just so amazing.


  11. April 23, 2008 2:24 am

    Barack to Hillary : “If you cannot stand the heat, just get out of the kitchen”

  12. April 23, 2008 2:45 am

    Monday night raw april 21 they had a match making fun of Obama versus Clinton. This is probably the funniest match ever in the wwe obama came out with the rock entrance music and also using his trabemark line if you smell what the rock is cookingbut instead of sayign the rock he says barack is cooking. If anyone missed out on this episode of raw you can check out the obama and clinton match on here.

  13. April 23, 2008 3:53 am

    No Comment…

    Wait.. This is a comment… So Nevermind lol

  14. valkayec permalink
    April 23, 2008 4:09 am

    I’m 60 years old and this is the first time since Pres. Kennedy and his brother Robert that a candidate has inspired me. Of course, I’m speaking about Obama. I really do hope he can inspire the populace to take back the nation from the PACs and all the other special interests. I hope he can assemble around him advisers who are truly knowledgeable rather than ideological as has been the case throughout the Bush Admin.

    We have a huge number of problems to solve. Not only with regards to foreign policy but also with regards to our current and future economics. Anyone seeking this most high office, in my humble opinion, should be looking down the road 20 to 40 years. What do we want the nation to look like in 2050? And what will it take to get us there?

    As long as we settle for the status quo in Washington, we’ll not achieve any measurable goals towards decreasing a deficit that is going to saddle many future generations with immeasurable debt; that is going to significantly reduce the ability of US citizens to earn a living equal to or exceeding their parents; that is going to be able to handle the ever increasing costs of health care and college tuition; that is going to enable the middle class of this nation to succeed in a global economy; that is going to restore our honor, respect and prestige around the globe at a time when it’s needed the most.

    Following WWII, this nation’s rise of the middle class really began. Returning soldiers went to college and got degrees in science and liberal arts that sparked a whole new way of thinking. Taxes stayed fairly low because the rise of a middle class caused an increase in revenues which enabled the government to spend monies on new highways and bridges and levies. With the additional monies the new middle class had to spend, new companies came into being to satisfy their consumer needs for furnishings, clothing, cars, and foodstuffs. War factories were converted into consumer goods manufacturers. A single household earner could buy a new, moderate sized house, feed himself, his wife and his 3 children, and buy a new car every 5 years, and finance his kids college educations. And he would be able to save enough money to pay for major purchases such as the latest appliances and new clothes for the kids without going into debt.

    That is no longer the case. The middle class sees it’s taxes at a higher overall rate that than the wealthy. When someone making $2MM a year pays a lower percentage of his gross income than someone making $40K, something is wrong. Not since the late 19th Century and beginning of the 20th Century has the economic system in this country favored the extremely wealthy. Yet that is what is going on because the average American is not part of the mix in the decision making in Washington.

    When health insurance costs for the average family prevents almost a quarter of the American population from being able to afford health care and causes bankruptcy of many families facing catastrophic illnesses, something is terribly wrong. Even a little country like Taiwan has national health insurance that keeps rates low, covers everyone, and costs a fraction of what the people of the US pay…all without breaking the national budget, or causing delays in administering health care, or reducing the quality of health care.

    In a rating of most first world nations, the US rates near the bottom in educational quality because we don’t value the quality and pay of our teachers. If you pay for the worst, you get what you pay for. I once thought of being a teacher until I learned of pay. I decided to go into private industry where my salary more than doubled a teacher’s salary for the same education and experience. You don’t get Mercedes quality when you pay for a Kia! The same goes for our educational system and its teachers.

    Our universities are still among the best in the world, but their rating is rapidly being challenged in places like India, China, Taiwan, and Scotland. We’re not only not graduating homegrown students who have the knowledge to compete for placements at the University level, we’re not making sure every college able student can afford to attend. When I went to college, it didn’t require me or my friends to mortgage 10 to 20 years of our post college lives to pay off student loans. When my uncle graduated with his MS, following WWII. he had no debt at all. This nation turned out the best and brightest worldwide because college was affordable. That is no longer the case. In many other first world nations, college is free for all who have the skills and knowledge to pass the entrance exams. The university systems in those other nations will soon surpass the US in turning out exceptionally talented graduates who will lead the world in technology, science, and arts if something is not done to change Washington.

    Washington has allowed PACs and other special interests to set agendas, policies, and make laws all in the name of being able to accumulate enough funds to pay for the next election cycle. The result is that Washington fails to listen to the public because their ears and wallets are being filled by the special interests.

    Many citizens have been led to believe that government is bad. That it is a hungry, ever consuming monster that must be starved until it dies. But it is this very government which supplies the capital to finance infrustructural improvements, secures our transportation systems, insures the quality of our medicines and foods, prevents harmful imports, provides grants for research and development of new sciences and technologies, and many other benefits too numerous to name. But government can be run better. We the people can demand the elimination of wasteful and stupid expenditures; the laws be created for the benefit of all people, not just the special few; and that we clean up the fiscal mess we’re currently in.

    It will take a lot of hard work, though, by the people. Just hiring a new President won’t do the trick. We need to hire a Congress that works for us–all of us private citizens–not just for those PACS and special interests who donate to them. We need to set the agenda and the priorities, and demand that our lawmakers abide by our decisions, as a nation, or leave office. We need to force them to be accountable to all of us and not to a party or any other entity. We have to hire better people who are committed to looking out for our interests! People who are committed to solving our many problems rather than accumulating the funds to get re-elected.

    When John Kennedy addressed the nation on his inaugural, he said, “Ask not what my country can do for me, but what I can do for my country.” It’s time we the people demanded that those in office live up to those words!

  15. bullishmoves permalink
    April 23, 2008 5:34 am

    Both of them have the passion to serve. The question is, who can effectively implement their own policies. Hillary just bagged Pennsylvania so, Obama can’t let his guard down.

  16. April 23, 2008 8:22 am

    I don’t know how to ask this, but since I’m grown and sexy, I got to ask:

    What happens if Obama wins with delegates and the popular vote but the super delegates vote and make Hillary the winner, do the democrats loose all chances of winning the White House.

    What if Obama wins by the numbers but not the popular vote… ok, bottom line is that there is no clear winner other than Obama taking a slight lead, what happens?

    I am starting to think that there will be a republican in office again for the next 4 years. Obama is inspiring, but will that win an election? Can Clinton get over the hump and become the next president?

    At any rate, I think this is the most important time in our country since JFK. I am actually excited about the future.

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