Obama sets sights on McCain

 “No more Scooter Libby justice, no more ‘Brownie’ incompetence, no more Karl Rove politics…”

In his victory speech at the Jefferson-Jackson dinner in Virginia, following a sweep of Democratic caucuses and a primary held Saturday, Barack Obama addressed those who have called his ‘hope’ themes naive and, while drawing out some of the differences between he and Hillary Clinton, went after the presumptive nominee for the Republicans, John McCain.  This is something he needs to do more (or at least it needs to be reported more widely) as McCain, all-but-endorsed by George W. Bush, muses about a hundred year war in Iraq.

Virginia: Jefferson-Jackson Dinner – Barack Obama speaks after Feb. 9 wins

 Skip past the first 2 minutes of thank yous 🙂


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