Wednesday, September 17, 2008

A McCain Endorsement

Lynn Forester de Rothschild, a high profile supporter of Hillary Clinton and member of the Democratic National Committee's Platform Committee, will endorse Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain today. Rothschild's endorsement of McCain apparently stems from her intense dislike of Barack Obama. “This is a hard decision for me personally because frankly I don't like him. I feel like he is an elitist. I feel like he has not given me reason to trust him.” The proletarian Forester, who is married to international banker Sir Evelyn de Rothschild, is chief executive officer for El Rothschild, a holding company with businesses around the world. She splits time between her homes in London and New York.


Anonymous said...

What do these "majority" folks want from Obama. Is he supposed to be still accepting Food Stamps and paying for his "ivy league" education in order to not be called "elite?" I wondering if she as well as others who have labeled him with this no brainer are doing that NEW MATH??? Maybe, we should be looking into their holdings to see who really qualifies as elite!!!

L. Perkins

Anonymous said...

Stop the presses! Baroness Finds Black Man Elitist

I'm supposed to care that the wife of an international banker who calls herself Lady Lynn de Rothschild is endorsing John McCain because she thinks Barack Obama is arrogant and elitist?


Pardon me while I laugh hysterically for the next 10 minutes.

morpheus said...

I saw that and continue to be saddened by these lost souls who do the wrong things for the wrong reasons. This (obviously) very wealthy woman is voting her heart and not her head. She doesn't "trust" Obama because she thinks he's "arrogant"? Does not policy factor into her decision process, even a little tiny bit? But given the fact that she has homes in NY and London, maybe she just doesn't care much about good government. After all, she can decide to ride out the next Republican fiasco in London.


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