The "S" word...

(Tim) Senator Clinton's been hoping and searching for a smoking gun that will force Senator Obama's withdrawal from the presidential race. After this debacle, she may have her heart's desire. Check out this video of Senator Obama's offense and apology. It's all over now.

Hi Peggy. This is Barack Obama. I'm calling to apologize on two fronts. One was you didn't get your question answered and I apologize. I thought that we had set up interviews with all the local stations. I guess we got it with your station but you weren't the reporter that got the interview. And so, I broke my word. I apologize for that and I will make up for it.

Second apology is for using the word 'sweetie.' That's a bad habit of mine. I do it sometimes with all kinds of people. I mean no disrespect and so I am duly chastened on that front. Feel free to call me back. I expect that my press team will be happy to try to make it up to you whenever we are in Detroit next.

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Hey, that's a real apology from a politician! As much as I detest Obama's politics, I've got to give him a hand for that much.

Or is a real apology in politics the campaign-killer our gracious host was talking about?

Sigh.

He's done. How could he be so careless and foolish? I feel betrayed. This is not change that I can believe in. Hope.

Speaking of smoking, I'm kind of surprised that nobody's made an issue of Obama's slavery to Old Man Nicotine. That could cost him the entire health-crazed Boomer vote right there. But it's been all but ignored in the media.

My guess is that Sweetiegate will be the same sort of non-event. After all, it's not like he's Bob Packwood or some other offensive Republican figure.

I did a triple-take on a politician saying "I broke my word. I apologize for that and I will make up for it."

Well, there goes any chance Doug U. may have ever had of being successful in politics

8D

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