Tuesday, August 12, 2008

How Barack Obama is Like a Little Girl

Poor, little Yang. She is the Chinese girl who sang at the opening ceremonies. She had the talent, and she was selected from so many others to sing for her country because of her talented voice. She worked hard to achieve such a noble goal. So why poor, little Yang? Because we've never seen her sing. Her magical voice was heard around the world, but her face was hidden behind a curtain in favor of a more impressive one, which was the face of Lin Miaoke.
Why was this done? Chen Qigang, the general music designer of the ceremony said, "The reason why little Yang was not chosen to appear was because we wanted to project the right image, we were thinking about what was best for the nation." He further stated, "The reason was for the national interest. The child on camera should be flawless in image, internal feelings, and expression."

Now substitute McCain for Yang and the Presidency for the child. Let's read the paragraph again: "The reason why John McCain was not chosen to appear was because we wanted to project the right image, we were thinking about what was best for the nation." He further stated, "The reason was for the national interest. The president on camera should be flawless in image, internal feelings, and expression." Hmm.....sounds quite a bit like Barack Obama: a candidate who is all about image, feelings, and expression but lacking in experience and substance. He has the looks, but his ideas are as crooked as poor, little Yang's teeth. If America wants to see the pretty face win this November, they better not expect the sweet music to come with it; when they pull back the curtain they won't find a magical voice, or a wizard for that matter, all that will be there is a scarecrow without a brain.

2 comments:

Sue said...

I think it's a shame that little girl had that happen to her. We are too concerned with looks in the world.

Heather said...

Where's the picture of Spatzen on the jetski? I'm waiting...