Barack Obama to invent TIME TRAVEL!
It's the only way.
By Moe Lane Posted in 2008 | Barack Obama | Hanford | John McCain | Obamafiles | The Best Democratic Primary EVER — Comments (12) / Email this page » / Leave a comment »
No, let's walk through this. First, background:
Asked whether Washington state residents would stand for more nuclear power development after dealing with some monumental problems, including the polluted Hanford site in Eastern Washington, McCain said he would speed cleanup efforts and push for technological advances in disposing of nuclear waste.
McCain said the U.S. should emulate Europe in advancing its methods of cleaning up the radioactive byproducts of nuclear power.
...but, anyway, Obama's going to get up to speed on this right away. Excellent: then all he has to do is invent a time machine, and go back to 2005, where he can make sure that when he voted/votes/will vote (sorry, but this language isn't designed to handle time travel) on the Hanford clean-up it'll now/then be based on the full understanding of the issue that he promised that woman. See THIRDWAVEDAVE, Hot Air, and of course Barack Obama's own Senate site for further details on this vote.
Barry, we've discussed this before, but I apparently need to remind you again that running for President isn't your job. Being the junior Senator from Illinois is your job. Please start doing it. And yes, I know, I know: Senator McCain skipped that vote entirely. Which means that the guy who didn't vote on a routine bill still took the time to research the details involving it better than the guy who did. And he had the mother-wit to bone up on things before going into what's effectively hostile territory.
You really have no idea how to handle situations where you're not in complete control, do you?
PS: Look, just fire a staffer or something, like you always do when unkind people note that perception trumps reality when it comes to you. At the very least, it'll make you feel better.