This is a copy and paste from someone that posted above. HINT (its a cat)
It is proof that even they cannot stand on firm ground nor stand up for what they once thought was right...enjoy
Obama has lost this Democrat's vote
Myself, my husband, and over a dozen family members and friends, have all come to the conclusion that we can no longer vote for Obama if he gets the nomination, and fully half of them used to be Obama supporters. We will be crossing over and voting for John McCain.
Obama has proven his judgment to be extremely faulty and can no longer be trusted as far as we are concerned.
1) He should have given the same wonderful speech about race to Rev. Wright 20 years ago that he just gave to us a week ago.
2) He sat in that pew, with his two small children no less, listening to poisonous race baiting and anti-American sentiment without once objecting or getting up and leaving that church. Inexcusable.
3) It's become clear now why Michelle Obama is finally proud of her country, and it's a disgusting reason that also makes clear how she really feels about her country.
4) He also has shown very bad judgment in his association with Tony Rezko. A complete crook who served on his Senate Campaign Finance Committee, but he doesn't know him well and had no idea that the guy was a crook. Right. Anyone who knows anything about Chicago politics finds this beyond laughable.
5) He has set himself up as a hands clean candidate who is so above it all, when the truth is he's just a politician who lies just like any other, but has the advantage of being able to give a great speech. Sorry, that doesn't make him Presidential material, and it makes him extremely deceptive for pretending he's some sort of saint.
6) His own lies, like when he lied about not sending a campaign surrogate to talk to the Canadian Embassy, get ignored by the media while Hillary Clinton's lies get blown up to the size of King Kong. So many of us are done with the media kissing this guy's behind and are stacking up our own knowledge about his activities without their help.
7) No, none of us want to remain in Iraq forever. But a great many of us will vote for McCain because we no longer trust Obama's judgment at all. We feel we can wait four years for a better Democratic candidate.