Giving a speech a few years denouncing entering into a war with Iraq is one thing. Talk is cheap. Many Americans knew then it was based on lies. But no one knows how Obama would have voted on the issue, which is the crux of the problem I and others have with the guy. We just don't know him. However, we are beginning to now, with his recent support of FISA--contrary to earlier avowals to the opposite--and his support of extending even more government funds to faith-based programs. "Obama vs. the Smart Guys" is an affront to those of us have been much smarter than mainstream media, six years ago and now. The war was wrong, and we knew it then. Obama is an unknown quantity, and some of you are learning it now. I am not surprised.
Dana Stoker Cochran
Jul 4 2008 - 12:12am