Barak Obama seems to be made of teflon. Nothing seems to really stick. Despite Rev. Wright's rants, God, Guns & Bitterness and all the media coverage he is hanging in there. But wait, there's more!
Yet another Barack Obama adviser is under scrutiny for showing disdain for America's mainstream, this time after the unearthing of video footage in which the candidate's key technology guru gleefully introduced a YouTube piece that mocks Jesus Christ.
Larry Lessig is shown at a 2006 seminar for Google employees introducing a clip that depicts an effeminate Jesus singing Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive." The Jesus figure throws off his robe, revealing a diaper-like covering, and eventually is run over by a bus as he sashays through city streets, reports Erick Erickson of the blogsite RedState.
Obama's military adviser and national campaign co-chairman, Merrill A. McPeak, recently suggested U.S. politicians are afraid of Jewish voters and that American Jews are impeding a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Other advisers who have created problems for the Obama campaign include top foreign-policy adviser Samantha Power, who resigned after calling Hillary Clinton a "monster," and economic adviser Austan Goolsbee, who reportedly confided to Canadian officials that Obama's position on the North American Free Trade Agreement was merely political posturing.
Maybe Obama should adopt "I Will Survive" as his theme song.