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On Apr 17, 1:36*am, wrote:
On Apr 17, 12:18*am, m hart wrote:





http://www.gopusa.com/commentary/mma.../mm_0416.shtml


Snob-ama Is Not Alone
By Michelle Malkin
April 16, 2008


The odor of elitism is like onion breath: It's quick to acquire, hard
to mask. Try as he might, Barack Obama cannot camouflage the political
stink he exhaled when he dissed small-town Americans as "bitter"
Neanderthals "clinging" to their guns, faith and belief in strict
immigration enforcement. It wasn't the first time the effete Snob-ama
revealed himself.


In Philadelphia, he passed up the hometown cheesesteak -- gloppy,
artery clogging and blue-collar (yum!) -- for a nibble of Spanish-
imported, $100/pound ham. In Iowa, he moaned to voters about the price
of arugula at Whole Foods market. (Fun fact: There aren't any Whole
Foods markets in Iowa.) And at an Altoona bowling alley, he couldn't
even score his age. Superficial but telling glimpses of a
condescending core.


Obama is reportedly flummoxed that his remarks have been interpreted
as arrogant. After all, he was a "community organizer" who came from a
single-parent home! He is The Everyman. The Uniter. The Soul-Fixer.
The Vessel of All Hopes and Dreams. How could he possibly be perceived
as out of touch?


Well, Beltway elitism isn't about biography. It's a corrupted state of
mind. Obama can at least console himself with the knowledge that he
has plenty of out-of-touch company in both parties in Washington.


Let's face it. Hundred-million-dollar Hillary "I'm not Tammy Wynette"
Clinton, John "$400 Haircut" Edwards, John "French" Kerry and Al
"$30,000 utility bill" Gore make Obama look like a peon of pretension.
And it's hard to top the imperiousness of Reps. Cynthia McKinney,
Patrick Kennedy and Sheila Jackson-Lee, who all abused law enforcement
or service workers while demanding special privileges as "public
servants."


But Republicans are just as susceptible to the Democrats' do-as-I-say
virus.


Take Obama's GOP presidential rival, John McCain. The New York Times-
endorsed media darling got a standing ovation from the nation's
newspaper editors at a big journalism powwow in Washington this week.
Some maverick. While McCain eagerly criticized Obama as an "elitist"
for his derisive comments about small-town Pennsylvanians, Obama's got
nothing on McCain when it comes to insulting average Americans who
oppose illegal immigration.


Pandering to the open-borders lobby as cozily as Obama panders to San
Francisco billionaires, McCain has attacked grassroots enforcement
activists as bitter racists and xenophobes, cursed his Senate
opponents and mocked the "goddamned fence" in front of his deep-
pocketed business supporters. And who can forget his disdainful
admonition to conservatives, whom he berated to "calm down."


GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham, McCain's ally, infamously vowed to National
Council of La Raza leaders, "We're going to tell the bigots to shut
up." Retired GOP-Senator-turned-lobbyist Trent Lott moaned about
populist conservative talk radio being a "problem" that Washington
Republicans had to "deal with."


Speaking of whom, what's old vacant Lott up to now? The Washington
Post reported last week that he's "struggling" to adjust to life in
the private sector. "I took the Metro for the first time," he told the
paper. It's hard not having his own taxpayer-funded car and driver
anymore. And this bozo bon mot: "I haven't paid for lunch in 30
years," he joked.


Memo to Beltway GOP: If you are looking to repair your image with your
conservative base, this is not the kind of press you want. Makes for
great cable TV greenroom small talk. Not so good for your beleaguered
fundraising efforts. And not so helpful if you plan to convince voters
in the general election that you are materially different from Snob-
ama and his Democratic colleagues who traffic in contempt for the
common man. It's going to take more than rhetorical Altoids to dispel
the smell.


---


Michelle Malkin is author of "Unhinged: Exposing Liberals Gone Wild."
Her
e-mail address is .


America needs a complete political makeover. Does anyone still support
the
government in Washington,DC?

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On Apr 17, 1:36 am, wrote:
On Apr 17, 12:18 am, m hart wrote:





http://www.gopusa.com/commentary/mma.../mm_0416.shtml


Snob-ama Is Not Alone
By Michelle Malkin
April 16, 2008


The odor of elitism is like onion breath: It's quick to acquire, hard
to mask. Try as he might, Barack Obama cannot camouflage the political
stink he exhaled when he dissed small-town Americans as "bitter"
Neanderthals "clinging" to their guns, faith and belief in strict
immigration enforcement. It wasn't the first time the effete Snob-ama
revealed himself.


In Philadelphia, he passed up the hometown cheesesteak -- gloppy,
artery clogging and blue-collar (yum!) -- for a nibble of Spanish-
imported, $100/pound ham. In Iowa, he moaned to voters about the price
of arugula at Whole Foods market. (Fun fact: There aren't any Whole
Foods markets in Iowa.) And at an Altoona bowling alley, he couldn't
even score his age. Superficial but telling glimpses of a
condescending core.


Obama is reportedly flummoxed that his remarks have been interpreted
as arrogant. After all, he was a "community organizer" who came from a
single-parent home! He is The Everyman. The Uniter. The Soul-Fixer.
The Vessel of All Hopes and Dreams. How could he possibly be perceived
as out of touch?


Well, Beltway elitism isn't about biography. It's a corrupted state of
mind. Obama can at least console himself with the knowledge that he
has plenty of out-of-touch company in both parties in Washington.


Let's face it. Hundred-million-dollar Hillary "I'm not Tammy Wynette"
Clinton, John "$400 Haircut" Edwards, John "French" Kerry and Al
"$30,000 utility bill" Gore make Obama look like a peon of pretension.
And it's hard to top the imperiousness of Reps. Cynthia McKinney,
Patrick Kennedy and Sheila Jackson-Lee, who all abused law enforcement
or service workers while demanding special privileges as "public
servants."


But Republicans are just as susceptible to the Democrats' do-as-I-say
virus.


Take Obama's GOP presidential rival, John McCain. The New York Times-
endorsed media darling got a standing ovation from the nation's
newspaper editors at a big journalism powwow in Washington this week.
Some maverick. While McCain eagerly criticized Obama as an "elitist"
for his derisive comments about small-town Pennsylvanians, Obama's got
nothing on McCain when it comes to insulting average Americans who
oppose illegal immigration.


Pandering to the open-borders lobby as cozily as Obama panders to San
Francisco billionaires, McCain has attacked grassroots enforcement
activists as bitter racists and xenophobes, cursed his Senate
opponents and mocked the "goddamned fence" in front of his deep-
pocketed business supporters. And who can forget his disdainful
admonition to conservatives, whom he berated to "calm down."


GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham, McCain's ally, infamously vowed to National
Council of La Raza leaders, "We're going to tell the bigots to shut
up." Retired GOP-Senator-turned-lobbyist Trent Lott moaned about
populist conservative talk radio being a "problem" that Washington
Republicans had to "deal with."


Speaking of whom, what's old vacant Lott up to now? The Washington
Post reported last week that he's "struggling" to adjust to life in
the private sector. "I took the Metro for the first time," he told the
paper. It's hard not having his own taxpayer-funded car and driver
anymore. And this bozo bon mot: "I haven't paid for lunch in 30
years," he joked.


Memo to Beltway GOP: If you are looking to repair your image with your
conservative base, this is not the kind of press you want. Makes for
great cable TV greenroom small talk. Not so good for your beleaguered
fundraising efforts. And not so helpful if you plan to convince voters
in the general election that you are materially different from Snob-
ama and his Democratic colleagues who traffic in contempt for the
common man. It's going to take more than rhetorical Altoids to dispel
the smell.


---


Michelle Malkin is author of "Unhinged: Exposing Liberals Gone Wild."
Her
e-mail address is .


"John McCain. The New York Times- endorsed media darling "

Yeah, that's why The New York Times published that phoney smear article a
few weeks ago about McCain having an affair with a Telecom representative.
Turned out to be totally fales and blew up in the Times' face.

"what's old vacant Lott up to now?"

This would be the same Trent Lott who had his long time political career
destroyed by one comment he made at a testimonial dinner that was
interpreted to have racial over tones? When what Lott said didn't even
register on the "race meter" compared to the comments made by Obama's racist
pals, Jerimiah Wright and Louis Farrahkhan.

Here's another point the author conveniently ignores. Obama made his
remarks that disparaged small town Americans, when he was behind closed
doors - when he thought he was not being recorded. I think what he says
behind closed doors has a lot more validity than what he says when he is on
the political stage, preaching to his swooning liberal fans.

Irish Mike




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