Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Today's Daily Quiz: October 3, 2007

MoveOn was recently condemned by the Senate, including the Democratic majority. Barak Obama was in the Senate that same day and participated in agenda items prior to the vote on the condemnation resolution, and he was there later in the day after the MoveOn vote was over. But Obama did not vote either "yes", "no" or "abstain" on the MoveOn condemnation resolution because during this particular vote he suddenly became invisible: what are Barak Obama's other super-powers?

Today's DQ courtesy of pinko

Previous DQ: It's just about impossible nowadays to distinguish a Democrat from a Republican. What would be a simple way to tell them apart at a glance?
Answer (Thanks to kb and joe): kb said "The Republicans are the ones wearing top hats, spats, and monocles." And joe said "...the same way you can tell worms from snakes. Though still slippery and slimy when wet, Republicans, at least, have a backbone."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

In my daily wonderings,
George Bush vetoed the children’s health care bill. If the veto is not overridden would this mean all Republicans hate children or is this hatred of children limited to just George Bush

8:49 AM  
Blogger Steaming Pile said...

Obama was right. To vote, or even acknowledge the MoveOn condemnation bill at all would have sent the wrong message.

So I'd say he has super logic-laser vision.

10:35 AM  
Anonymous joe said...

Shape-shifting. By refusing in the last Democratic debate to end the Iraqi occupation and withdraw all American forces from Iraq until 2013, Obama has shown he can morph into either Edwards, Hillary and even other Republican-lites.

8:27 AM  

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