Satirical images of the unknown Obama contain at least a grain of truth -- and sometimes many grains . . .
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He's finally right about something!
Contributor: The Axis of Stevil.
We all remember the 2000 election fiasco in Florida, right? Remember the voters who were willing to stick their face in front of a TV camera and say they were confused by the ballot? At the time I wondered how these people could be stupid enough to be confused by that ballot, and then compound it by being too stupid to understand that they probably shouldn't go on national television admitting it. But the question is, was that an anomaly or is the average Democrat that devoid of common sense?
Well, far be it from me to imply that the state of intelligence on the other side of the isle is that bad off. I don't want to believe that to be the case. But what does Barack Hussein Obama think about the IQ of his base? A quick look at his website's meta tags will answer that question for us.
Let me start by explaining meta tags for those who might be unfamiliar. Meta tags are a list of keywords which are used to define the content of your website to help direct users to your site via search engines. The tags can be viewed by right clicking on a page and viewing the page source info. By viewing these keywords, you can determine the audience a site is trying to reach. For example, a site about cars would use tags such as cars, auto, automobile, sports cars, etc because that is what people searching for their content would type into the search engine. Now let's take a look at what Barack Obama thinks his supporters might type in in an attempt to locate his site. Here are his meta tags.
president, senator, illinois, chicago, barack, barck, barek, obama, 2008, 08, presidential, president, campaign, election
Barck? You have got to be kidding me. Does Obama really think his supporters are that stupid that they would think "Barack" would be spelled "Barck"? Or even Barek, for that matter? I could understand maybe Barrack or even Barock, but "Barck"? While it is common to use misspellings in ones meta keywords, typically one uses common misspellings in order to account for common typos. For example, let's look at John McCain's keywords.
John McCain, McCain, mccain for president, John S. McCain, McCain 2008, president, presidential, 2008, campaign, election, straight talk, straight talk express, politics, political, john mccain, john mccain for president, senator john mccain, sen. john mccain, cindy mccain, john mcain, john mckaine, john maccane, jon mccain, john maccaine, john mccaine, mccain 2008, johnmccain.com, senator mccain, mccain 2000, mccain campaign, mccain hq, exploremccain.com, explore mccain, mccain exploratory committee, mccain exploratory...
Notice a difference here? Look at the misspellings they use, "john mcain, john mckaine, john maccane, jon mccain, john maccaine," these are all different possible spellings of the same word.
You don't see some oddball, off the wall spelling like "McKnai." Why? Because McCain assumes his supporters can at the very least make a reasonable attempt at spelling his name. This seems to be much more faith than Barck... Barek... Umm, Barack Obama has in the intelligence level of his supporters. He obviously thinks they're stupid, and they are!
I love the Chicken George idea for Obama. He's too chicken to debate. He's too chicken to allow questions that would pin him down. He's chicken to do these things because he has no core principles. He's too chicken to let America know where he stands --on anything. He's an unknown quantity and much too inexperienced to be President.
In one of his commercials (the idiotic one on energy) he observes darkly that McCain ha sbeen in Washington "for 26 years." I guess that compares with the 26 WEEKS (134 days?) Obama has actually spent on the Senate floor. Since his commercials always contain falsehoods, they're easy targets for us -- and McCain.
On Iraq, I hope McCain says that Obama has spent no time on the ground there, so he obviously has no first-hand knowledge of what's going on there. When the surge began to work well, Obama didn't retract his earlier comments. Instead, he took the anti-surge material down from his web site. I'm not making that up.