Really. If presenting a picture of the next POTUS to the world I would rather have this one than say Huckabee holding a 12 gauge over and under. But I could see how some dumbas[i][/i]s seeing this and thinking no way would he vote for a rag head.<br><br>
Clinton or Faux News...<br><br>I remember the one Fox spread about the Che flag in his Houston headquartes.... that turned out to be a supporters private office...<br><br><br>the swift-boaters are at full speed. <br><br>hey and don't forget that Pledge one !! <br><br>what a crock !!<br><br><br>David (OFI)
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Barack Obama's campaign this morning sharply criticized Hillary Clinton's campaign for reportedly sending a picture to the Drudge Report of the Illinois senator that showed him in African dress, with Obama campaign manager David Plouffe accusing Clinton of engaging in "shameful, offensive fear-mongering." <br><br>The picture, taken of Obama while he was in Kenya in 2006 on a Senate trip to Africa, shows him in Somali garb, and Obama aides suggested the Clinton campaign circulated it to call attention to Obama's African ancestry and give credence to persistent and false allegations circulating online that he is a Muslim. Obama is a Christian who attends a United Church of Christ congregation in Chicago. <br><br>Clinton campaign officials did not deny sending Drudge the picture. Instead, in a statement, campaign manager Maggie Williams said "if Barack Obama's campaign wants to suggest that a photo of him wearing traditional Somali clothing is divisive, they should be ashamed. Hillary Clinton has worn the traditional clothing of countries she has visited and had those photos published widely." (from the Washington Post, emphasis mine)<p><hr></blockquote><p>This really says something about the depths to which the Clinton campaign will go, not in defense of their own candidate, but in efforts to race-bait the primary. If the Clinton campaign is so married to the idea that Sen. Obama should be ashamed for some reason, they should explain why they fed a rumor-site with a picture that they knew would draw suspicion out of that site's readership.<br><br>Keep in mind also that Matt Drudge is credited as part of that "right-wing conspiracy" that worked against President Clinton. The primary voters are going to see right through all of this.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
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