Obama must like Scotch

I wonder if this is a valid criterion with which to judge Obama by?

Ted Kennedy endorsing Obama
WASHINGTON — Senator Edward M. Kennedy will endorse Barack Obama for president tomorrow, breaking his year-long neutrality to send a powerful signal of where the legendary Massachusetts Democrat sees the party going — and who he thinks is best to lead it.
Kennedy confidantes told the Globe today that the Bay State’s senior senator will appear with Obama and Kennedy’s niece, Caroline Kennedy, at a morning rally at American University in Washington tomorrow to announce his support.
That will be a potentially significant boost for Obama as he heads into a series of critical primaries on Super Tuesday, Feb. 5.
Kennedy believes Obama can “transcend race” and bring unity to the country, a Kennedy associate told the Globe. Kennedy was also impressed by Obama’s deep involvement last year in the bipartisan effort to craft legislation on immigration reform, a politically touchy subject the other presidential candidates avoided, the associate said.

One word of advice to Barack Hussein: take someone else’s car when leaving the party.

4 thoughts on “Obama must like Scotch”

  1. Well, if I was on the fence after Caroline endorsed Obama, I just got pushed over now that Ted Kennedy has endorsed him! Go Barry!!

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