she also said "i think my meal is better cooked," and said it was seasoned better. then she laughed really hard. i think she was trying to say she is more experienced.
meanwhile, obama is calm and responded to the "obliterate" comment as talk that hasn't worked very well for us in the past.
the rest of the news this morning is awful-- last ditch efforts. there is an all-out campaign to bring down obama, which means he's clearly the leader and one that many are afraid of. what a sick political system we have.
here's a story in time:
Brown says the initial effort, a 60-second spot called "Victims," will be aired later this month in North Carolina and e-mailed to between 3 and 7 million conservatives this week, with a plea for more funding to further spread the message. "All of the efforts I have ever done in my life have been significantly funded," Brown claimed, though he declined to describe the size of the purchase. "This is going to be the most Internet-intensive effort for an ad debut ever."
The new ad recounts the deaths of three Chicago residents in 2001 at the hands of criminal gangs. "That same year, a Chicago state senator named Barack Obama voted against expanding the death penalty for gang-related murders," an ominous female narrator intones. "So the question is, can a man so weak in the war on gangs be trusted in the war on terror?"
bill clinton is going off as usual:
On the eve of Tuesday’s critical Pennsylvania primary, former President Bill Clinton accused Barack Obama’s campaign of playing the race card against him.
After the phone interview with Philadelphia’s WHYY Monday night, a stray comment of his on the issue was also recorded before he hung up: “I don’t think I should take any s*** from anybody on that, do you?”