Saturday, June 14, 2008


GLOBE & MAIL Colin Powell, the former Republican secretary of state, says he is not ruling out a vote for Barack Obama, the presumed Democratic nominee for president. While Mr. Powell served in the administrations of two Republican presidents, he suggested his support for presumed Republican nominee John McCain is not a forgone conclusion. He noted that although both he and Mr. Obama are black, he would not cast a vote for the Illinois senator on the basis of race. "I will vote for the individual I think that brings the best set of tools to the problems of 21st-century America and the 21st-century world regardless of party, regardless of anything else other than the most qualified candidate," Mr. Powell said at a news conference before delivering a speech to about 800 people attending a leadership forum at the Vancouver Convention Centre.


At June 14, 2008 1:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Neat. Powell could follow his performance at the UN of lying the U.S. into the Iraq war, by helping Obama lie us into Iran and Pakistan.

At June 14, 2008 9:54 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

War criminal to endorse motivational speaker for prez. This is a great time to be alive.


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