January 29, 2007

Can someone who sings this poorly ever be US President?

Writing about web page http://youtube.com/watch?v=bfZ_gXCHaMw

I came across this video on the Youtube front page a little while earlier today and I cringed when she eventually began singing. I can imagine this video popping up in ad campaigns (either Democrat Adversaries or anti-Clinton Republicans) lampooning Clinton. Crikey.

Obama seems to be overcoming the early (and disgusting) smear campaigns (oh he went to a radical madrassa, don't ya know?) with appropriate vim and gusto but Hilary just doesn't have any of his charm or his "I-paid-a-million-dollars-for-these-teeth-and-it-shows" winning smile. I'm not an American and I want to vote for Obama! 


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  1. The US needs Obama to win, he’s popular outside the country which is a lot more than can be said for the other candidates (except Edwards who seems pretty cool). Hilary has made herself very unpopular amongst young people by jumping on too many bandwagons that she obviously hasn’t understood (the whole San Andreas hot coffee fiasco for example).

    People want a new face in the White House, and people have become far too cynical of long-term politicians and the whole Clinton/Bush domination of the top positions. This gives Obama a distinct advantage. I’d like to see an Edwards/Obama partnership, though i’m not sure who would make the better president.

    29 Jan 2007, 15:12

  2. Mathew Mannion

    I think the world as a whole is pretty desperate to get a Democrat into the White House for the greater world good (all we have to do is convince the Americans to make slight sacrifices on the basis that the Democrats won’t be anywhere as greedy with the resources). A year ago, I would have said that Democrat was always going to be Hillary Clinton, but I agree completely with Andy – she’s made herself very unpopular with a lot of people by sheeping along.

    Obama really looks like he knows what he’s doing, he’s charming and he’s won over a lot of people outside the US. Luckily, the traditionally Democrat states are the ones that will look past his colour when they’re voting, but he’ll struggle to win over a lot of the red states where such issues still, disgustingly, are rife.

    29 Jan 2007, 17:15

  3. She sounds like Thatcher. It’s a disguise!!!!!!!

    29 Jan 2007, 18:43

  4. Guess Cherie wasn’t the only tuneless first lady.

    29 Jan 2007, 19:23


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