Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Testing, Testing, ...

Last week:

America will not have a president who needs to be tested. I've been tested, my friends.
-- John McCain

This week: Self-described tested guy is tested by … (effects, please) …


 … a little stormy weather.

As McCain Cancels, Obama Rallies

CHESTER, PA - Dressed in blue jeans and a black jacket, Barack Obama braved the cold rain falling in Pennsylvania, and held his scheduled rally - outdoors. “A little bit of rain never hurt anybody,” he quipped to the 9,000 who showed up in ponchos and futilely holding umbrellas.

Just an hour away in Quakertown, the rival ticket cancelled their own outdoor rally due to inclement weather. Unfazed, Obama incorporated the conditions into his speech.

Obama delivered his “closing argument” speech in full - even though his teleprompter seemed to give out midway due to the rain.

Damned liberal media, spinning it like that. Oh, wait.

Real toughness (click to enlarge):

Obama fans in Chester, PA

Obama in Chester, PA


(vid, pic. sources: 1, 2, 3)

2 comments:

Unknown said...

“A little bit of rain never hurt anybody”? Tell that to William Henry Harrison!

bjkeefe said...

Heh.

Nice of you to link to a self-debunking article:

The presumptive story, which has become common knowledge despite its falsity, is that the inauguration day exposure was the cause of his illness.

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