From the Saddleback Debate we learned that Barack Obama's "most gut-wrenching decision" was "opposing the Iraq War"? I'll bet his Handlers breathed a sigh of relief that Barry didn't gush, "whether to vote for Syesha or Chikezie on American Idol." The question was not, "what was your most gut-wrenching vicarious experience?" Congress declares War, and Obama wasn't in Congress in 2002-2003.
C'mon Barack, is that the best you can do? How about throwing Jeremiah Wright under the bus, wasn't that gut-wrenching? Especially since you could "no more deny him than [you could] deny the Black Community or [your putatively racist] grandmother. Speaking of which, didn't you find the audacity of libeling granny a little gut-wrenching? Wasn't it gut-wrenching to ask your supporters to send cash to Hillary as quid pro quo for her conceding the nomination? Surely it must have been gut-wrenching for you to go against your peculiar brand of undercover patriotism by sticking on that American flag lapel pin for political cover.
And it gets better: Obama's "greatest moral failure" was Smokin' in the Boy's Room? I love it! And I hope that Debate/Townhall inquisitors continue asking those kind of "what was the most...you've ever had to...?" questions, because Obama comes off sounding like an applicant for CEO of a Fortune 500, whose Resume "Professional Accomplishments" lead off with "President of the Student Council and B-Honor Roll, Junoir Year."
OK, let me help with this moral failure business, since Obama's wife and grandmother probably won't offer this bit of wisdom, I will. Barack has already disowned Rev. Wright, so he might consider finally owning the gross moral failure of exposing his wife and daughters (to say nothing of his own impressionable mind) to the protracted ravings of a paranoid, anti-American, race pimp. Just say that, although you failed miserably in leading your family, that was not the Barack Obama you know. How would that headline read? "Obama distances himself from himself." Ah, it's a jungle -- I mean a Rainforest -- out there, young man.
Hearing Obama, the neophyte, makes me think of that old Armed Forces recruitment commercial, in which a wet-behind-the-ears high school grad, unable to land a job because he lacks experience, pleads, "but where do I get the experience?" The chorus answers, "Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, we don't ask for experience, we give it; you won't read it in a book, you'll live it." Memo to Obama: Consider enlisting in the military -- President of the United States is not an entry level position.