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The man can not be trusted to keep his word. He said he would do one thing and now it appears he did not stick to his plan. I'm speaking, of course, about the now infamous Dinner Incident.

On July 2nd Barack Obama clearly stated that he was going to have pork chops for dinner that night. He made a very passionate speech about how much he loves pork chops. The polls showed a definite bump in his favor based on his committment to having pork chops. His campaign manager even went as far as to say that Obama had been craving pork chops for days and couldn't wait until dinner that night.
Well, as we all know now, Barack Obama did not have pork chops that night. Instead he had chicken and now we are uncertain of his ability to keep his word. But, if you look at what he actually said you will clearly see that while his plan was to have pork chops he never said that he would have pork chops no matter what.
He had a plan but as we all know plans change. The press demanded he tell them his plan. He consented and now he is being demonized for changing that plan.
When asked why he did not have pork chops, Barack said that he had ham for lunch and did not want pork for 2 straight meals. Come on, please! Ham tastes completely different than pork chops!
When pressed further, he said that he had forgotten to take the pork chops out of the freezer the night before. Man, this guy is full of excuses!
Either way, it's clear that he can not be trusted. I mean if you say you are going to do something you better damn well do it. Changing your mind on something is for losers.

Originally posted to jpolon on Fri Jul 04, 2008 at 06:13 AM PDT.

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