One of the key theme’s being played out during this year’s democratic primary is your relatively little experience versus Hillary Clinton’s massive amounts of experience. You claim that experience is unnecessary in order to be an effective president and that voters should vote based on the issues. If this is true, will you please explain to me why your spokesman helped to create and run this ad during the 2004 primary? :
I must admit, I’m a bit confused. On the one hand Robert Gibbs, your current spokesman, seems to be saying that experience is irrelevant. But back in 2004 he said that if I voted for the inexperienced candidate then murderous terrorists, who, and I quote, “…wake up every morning determined to destroy Western Civilization” would blow up me and my family. I’m sure that I’m probably just misinterpreting the message your campaign is sending out. I know that someone who, has vowed to stay above the fray, would never take such a deceptive and misleading stance on such an important issue. So for my own personal edification, will you please point out what military or foreign policy experience you have had? I know that Senator Clinton has spent years, both as a senator and the First Lady, meeting with foreign diplomats , giving speeches in front of the UN and advising both her husband and members of his cabinet on important issues. I can’t imagine that in your half term as a Freshman Senator, you’ve amassed much experience in foreign, or domestic, policy issues. So please feel free to tell me about how many foreign leaders you’ve engaged in high level diplomatic meetings with during your time in the Illinois State Senate.
Thank you for reading. I hope to hear from you soon.
A fellow Democrat
…It’s time Democrats think about Obama’s inexperience…THINK ABOUT IT NOW