Skip to comments.Caption Barack & The Crow Tribe
Posted on 05/20/2008 9:35:33 AM PDT by Lucky9teen
US Democratic presidential candidate and US Senator Barack Obama, (D-IL), talks to Carl Venne, chairman of the Crow tribe, at a campaign rally in Crow Agency, Montana May 19, 2008. Venne presented gifts to Obama for his children and wife.
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING IDENTITY OF SENATOR OBAMA'S CROW "PARENTS" US Democratic presidential candidate and US Senator Barack Obama, (D-IL), arrives with Hartford and Mary Blackeagle, his new Crow "parents" who adopted him as a member of the Crow nation, for a campaign rally in Crow Agency, Montana May 19, 2008. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES) US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008
A young supporter of Barack Obama attends an electoral rally in Portland, Oregon. Obama is looking to clinch a symbolic majority of elected delegates in his quest for the White House, but Hillary Clinton insists their race for the party's nomination is far from over.
Myrtle Strong Enemy, 101, waits for Democratic presidential candidate and US Senator Barack Obama, (D-IL), to speak in Crow Agency, Montana May 19, 2008. Strong Enemy is the oldest woman in the Crow Nation.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) sits with his daughters Malia (R) and Sasha (C foreground), his niece Leslie Robinson (C) and his wife Michelle (L) as they eat ice cream at Lew's Drive-In restaurant in Milwaukie, Oregon, May 18, 2008.
Barack, look out! Huckabee's right behind you!
Time has not been kind to Sheryl Crow.
"Hey Mary Black Eagle, let's go over here so I can introduce you to my squaw Michelle Black Beotch."
"Hey Chief, when I'm President I'll give you guys the State of Wyoming if you'll get one of those wild horses to stomp my old lady."
From mow on your Crow name will be "Barak Strong Oder"
Obama: "So, erm uh, are you in the Red Hot Chili Peppers? Can you play my MTV coronation ball?"
Comment. Obama sure has eaten a lot of ice cream on this campaign. Is he trying to make this like Ronald Reagan’s “jellybeans”?
So far as the Junior High kid whose parents allowed him to paint himself like that... Does anyone else find this just a bit creepy?
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