Monday, March 9, 2009

Back then we thought it was cool

This article provides a great analogy.

from American Thinker
By Randy Fardal
March 09, 2009

Recent recantations by avid Obama supporters, including financial celebrity Jim Cramer, are reminiscent of the late actor, Yul Brynner. Brynner was an avid smoker who, on learning that he was dying of lung cancer, recorded the following message to be played after his death:

Now that I'm gone, I tell you: Don't smoke, whatever you do, just don't
smoke. If I could take back that smoking we wouldn't be talking about any
cancer. I'm convinced of that.

Listening to Cramer essentially link Obama to America's economic cancer, you might notice some parallels between supporting Obama and smoking cigarettes. To young people, supporting Obama and smoking cigarettes both look cool and both make them feel good.
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