Wednesday, June 04, 2008

The Complete List of Obama's Significant Accomplishments Ignored by John McCain

This is a complete listing of Barack Obama's significant accomplishments that have been ignored by John McCain.


UPDATE: Scott Johnson at Power Line has written a few well-crafted words that Senator McCain could use in future speeches to reduce the sarcasm to which Obama might otherwise retreat:
Senator Obama, I honor your work in the private sector for a year or two after you graduated from college, and I honor your work for three years as a community organizer in Chicago. I understand that as a community organizer you pressured city authorities to remove asbestos from the Altgeld Gardens apartments in 1986 with at least partial success.

When the on-site manager of the apartments didn't take action, you nudged the residents into confronting city housing officials in two angry public meetings downtown. These generated "a victory of sorts," you said later, as workers soon began sealing the asbestos in the buildings, even if the project gradually ran out of steam and money and even if some tenants still have asbestos in their homes, according to current resident Linda Randle, who worked with you in the '86 anti-asbestos campaign.

When you chose to quit organizing the South Side of Chicago after three years, your good deeds did not stop. You rendered valiant service by attending Harvard Law School and winning your first election as the president of the Harvard Law Review.

Your service to the Harvard Law Review did not bring an end to your remarkable benefactions. You returned to Chicago, where you won election to the Ilinois state legislature before the triumph that brought you to the Senate for the past three-and-a-half years. We all know your accomplishments in the Senate.

And last, but far from least, I honor your authorship of Dreams From My Father, a memoir that has spent many weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. You, sir, have served our country with uncommon distinction.
Works for me.


Anonymous said...

I hope John McCain makes use of this wonderful review of O's accomplishments.

Anonymous said...

This great man deserves a statue in lieu of the Presidency. The pigeons would love him.