Obama hyperbole alert: Nobody’s better on Israel than me!

posted at 9:04 am on April 16, 2008 by Ed Morrissey

The Obamerbole Meter gets pegged again in this Pittsburgh Gazette profile on Barack Obama and his attempt to minimize the damage from calling middle American voters bigots who cling to guns and religion rather than federal control of their lives. During a question-and-answer session with the paper’s editors, Obama got challenged on his support for Israel. He not only insisted that he supports Israel, he claimed that he is Israel’s greatest supporter (emphasis mine):

“Let’s be clear, there has been a really systematic effort to suggest that I’m not sufficiently pro-Israel,” he said. “The fact that my middle name is Hussein, I’m sure, does not help in that regard … Again some of this dates back to the ’60s between the African-American and the Jewish community as a consequence of [Louis] Farrakhan. There was flap about some of Jesse Jackson’s statements during his presidential race, so I inherit all this baggage.”

While repeating an earlier statement that he disagreed with former President Jimmy Carter’s decision to meet with representatives of the Palestinian group Hamas during his current trip to the Middle East, Mr. Obama said, “The fact is, though, that no one’s been a more stalwart ally of Israel…. My support of Israel is as strong as Sen. Clinton or [Sen. John] McCain. Groups like AIPAC [the American Israel Political Action Committee] would confirm that.”

No one? Not George Bush or Joe Lieberman? Perhaps Barack Obama can offer a look at the many votes he has cast on behalf of Israel or the speeches he gave in support of their right to exist and to defend themselves against terrorists determined to annihilate them. No?

The reference to AIPAC is especially laughable. AIPAC doesn’t have a ratings system for presidential candidates, but perhaps its new competitor will. So-called “doves” want to launch a new lobbying group in Washington to pressure Israel into making even more concessions for a peace settlement as a means to counteract the efforts of AIPAC. Guess who has an instrumental role in setting up this opposition to AIPAC? Robert Malley, the only American official to blame Israel for Yasser Arafat’s refusal to accept a peace settlement in the last gasps of the Clinton administration.

What else does Malley do? He works in the Obama campaign, and he’s not the only one working on the anti-AIPAC project:

The J-Street board of advisers includes a number of lay and professional leaders of Americans for Peace Now (APN), including CEO Debra DeLee, as well as Marcia Freedman, founder and former president of Brit Tzedek v’Shalom.

Several activists with ties to Democratic presidential contender Sen. Barack Obama are on the panel, as well. They include Robert Malley, whose involvement in Obama’s broad foreign policy advisory team has generated criticism from Republicans and some pro-Israel groups, and Alan Solomont, a top Obama fundraiser and major player in Democratic politics.

Once again, the Obamerbole Meter suggests that Obama wants to cover up something by claiming to be the “best ever” at whatever point is in contention. Just as when Obama claimed that “nobody has spoken out more fiercely on the issue of anti- Semitism than I have” in response to his church’s connections with Louis Farrakhan and similar claims on gay rights, it strongly suggests a compensatory reaction that demands an end to inquiry. I’m the greatest, Obama says — how dare you question my authenticity!

Well, that authenticity continues to erode through Obama’s threadbare hyperbole. He’s not only not Israel’s staunchest defender, he’s not even in that league. His desperate attempt to get a lifesaver from AIPAC while his supporters work to undermine the organization may be the nadir of this particular strategy.


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That is because B.O. is The Chosen One, who promises to bring Hope For The Future.
But I highly doubt he will see Israel dancing in the street at the mere mention of his name anytime soon.

pilamaye on April 16, 2008 at 9:08 AM

The audacity of pure bullsh*t.

yo on April 16, 2008 at 9:09 AM

OK, Kinda scary echoes of Revelations here.

funky chicken on April 16, 2008 at 9:11 AM

Ive asked this question before. Why in the world would any Jew vote for Obama? Yet, he seems to have a strong Jewish following, esecially in California. Did I just answer my own question?

Syd B. on April 16, 2008 at 9:14 AM

“The fact is, though, that no one’s been a more stalwart ally of Israel …”

Oh, is that a ‘fact’? Is it also something that ‘everybody knows is true’? Riiiiight.

The reincarnation of Solon.

Tony737 on April 16, 2008 at 9:16 AM

Well of course no one is better then him because of his Obama Jedi Mind Trick He has used this trick well with both the Media and his followers.

JeffinSac on April 16, 2008 at 9:18 AM

Really, all that’s missing here is an Obama quote that, “Some of my best friends are Jewish,” and the parody aspect would be complete.

jon1979 on April 16, 2008 at 9:19 AM

The Audacity of Bullsh*t.

BTW, doesn’t his pastor of 20+ years blame our support of Israel for 9/11?

amerpundit on April 16, 2008 at 9:20 AM

Great post, Ed.

Jaibones on April 16, 2008 at 9:21 AM

“The fact is, though, that no one’s been a better advocate for the Professional Bowler’s Association….”

-Barack Obama

James on April 16, 2008 at 9:22 AM

This guy is Jim Jones reincarnated with a Marxist twist and no amount of facts, reason or truth can sway his following of leftist zombies.

rplat on April 16, 2008 at 9:23 AM

Louis Farrakhan? Oh, you mean the Nation of Islam leader you chose to march with in 1995?

amerpundit on April 16, 2008 at 9:23 AM

This shit would work on earnest little white chippies who want some radical chic sprinkled on them…

But the rest of us have a bulls meter and Barry’s nonsense pegs it.

What I do regret is that in one quick statement that wasn’t phrased properly I detracted from what I think has to be a genuine effort on the part of Democrats to speak to constituencies we haven’t always reached out to

I think that wasn’t a quick statement by any means. It was a long drawn out thought, phrased meticulously as it was a speech he was giving.

There is something weird about his wording here, a distancing, an inauthenticity…like he’s not to blame, but other Dems have to pull the weight of BS-ing people, because he doesn’t want or have to…

This guy must walk around all day pointing a gun at his foot.

benrand on April 16, 2008 at 9:26 AM

Has anyone notified the Al Nutso Martyrs Brigade over at the Daily Kos about Obama’s support for Israel?

NoDonkey on April 16, 2008 at 9:26 AM

Gore’s got the science! He’s got the shekels!

mymanpotsandpans on April 16, 2008 at 9:29 AM

Again some of this dates back to the ’60s between the African-American and the Jewish community as a consequence of [Louis] Farrakhan. There was flap about some of Jesse Jackson’s statements during his presidential race, so I inherit all this baggage.”

So in other words, if you don’t think he’s supportive enough of Israel, you’re really just can’t tell ‘them’ apart, maybe because, you know, ‘they all look alike to me’…so in other words, it’s just typical white people crossing the street again.

Keep talkin’, Barry. Keep talkin’. It’s what you’re supposed to be good at.

Typhoon on April 16, 2008 at 9:33 AM

Barry has a template…

“Sen. Obama, some have criticized your position on xxxxxx, that you didn’t like xxxxxxx all that much.”

“No one was a bigger supporter of xxxxxxxx than me.”

“Sen. Obama, some have criticized your position on The Muppet Show, that you didn’t like it all that much.”

“No one was a bigger supporter of the Muppet Show than me.”

benrand on April 16, 2008 at 9:41 AM

“No one was a bigger supporter of the Muppet Show than me.”

benrand on April 16, 2008 at 9:41 AM

Now that one I can believe…have you seen the way their mouths are hinges that make the entire top of their heads flop back and forth when they talk?

Not to even mention the puppeteer’s hand shoved up their asses….

James on April 16, 2008 at 9:44 AM

obama to black separatist:

“No one was a bigger supporter of Rev. White and Trinity United Church than me”

jp on April 16, 2008 at 9:48 AM

Racists! How dare you question The Obamassiah! You must a be embittered by the rising price of arugula, and clinging to your guns and religion and xenophobia. Why, The Obamassiah may even visit Israel, on His way back from meeting with the Iranian Mullahs.

rbj on April 16, 2008 at 9:49 AM

I doubt Israel is excited by the possibility of Barack’s presidency, especially since Hamas endorses him.

Pent. on April 16, 2008 at 9:54 AM

“The fact that my middle name is Hussein, I’m sure, does not help in that regard … Again some of this dates back to the ’60s between the African-American and the Jewish community as a consequence of [Louis] Farrakhan. There was flap about some of Jesse Jackson’s statements during his presidential race, so I inherit all this baggage.”

Again, he’s calling all white people racist!

He’s inheriting baggage? When you associate with race-baiters who consistently make anti-semetic comments, it does trickle over to you, Barry. Remember, a good judge of someone’s character is the people with which they associate.

Dr.Cwac.Cwac on April 16, 2008 at 9:56 AM

Again some of this dates back to the ’60s between the African-American and the Jewish community as a consequence of [Louis] Farrakhan. There was flap about some of Jesse Jackson’s statements during his presidential race, so I inherit all this baggage.

Excuse me? Is he just accusing us of lumping him in with all other previous black candidates for president?

Because that’s, hm, let me think… oh, yeah. Racism.

I do believe Obama has just called anyone who questions his opinions on Israel and Jews—racists.

Meryl Yourish on April 16, 2008 at 10:05 AM

Barak “Nobody’s better than me” Obama

forest on April 16, 2008 at 10:12 AM

Barack Hussein Olbermann? Huh?
I guess he’s clinging…to the hope that no one will check on this before he can change the subject to how bad Hillary is on _________.

Doug on April 16, 2008 at 10:20 AM

Where’s John Lovitz from Saturday Night Live when we need him.

“Yea…I’m a big suppoter of Israel…As a matter of fact, I’m the BIGGEST supporter of Israel along with my wife, Morgan Fairchild.”

He is just stepping into it deeper and deeper though and he only has himself to blame.

1) “…As a consequence of [Louis] Farrakhan”
This is THE same Barack Obama who didn’t really say boo when his church gave him an award for all of his community support, right?

2) “…so I inherit all this baggage”
You ONLY inherit all of this baggage IF, and it’s a big IF, you think that people look at you not just as a candidate but as a BLACK candidate. (i.e. Us dumb white folk).

The more that I re-read his statements above, the more I’m in complete and utter disbelief that he would say something like this.

Oh wait, I have to turn on the news to read about these comments

HarryStar on April 16, 2008 at 10:24 AM

The two top pictures you have of Obama (this one, and the one about Obama and the flag pin) both have the same white kid sitting behind him, but at two separate events.

JiangxiDad on April 16, 2008 at 10:28 AM

Mr. Obama said,

Just words folks, just words. The more he talks, the more it sounds like a politicians BS. But yes, as others have noted, his zealous followers will keep on following him, like the pied piper.

4shoes on April 16, 2008 at 10:31 AM

Obama has not specifically addressed the statement by Reverend Wright when Wright said: “Israel, that dirty word”.
No specific condemnation by Mr. Obama.
As to what he calls the “flap” over Jesse Jackson, that was not a mere “flap”. It was Jackson calling Israel illegitimate and Jackson endorsing Arafat and hugging him. It was Jackson’s statement in 1979 on PBS where Jackson blamed all Jews because one Jew (a promoter named Bob Arum) promoted a boxing match in South Africa. Can you imagine anyone but Jesse Jackson getting away with stating that all Jews are responsible for what one Jew did? And this “flap” over Jesse Jackson included a little item in which Jackson claimed that Jewish “merchants” ripped him off when he aattempted to buy clothes in Chicago. And it involved JJackson saying that Jews tried to prevent his son from gaining acceptance to top universities. It was far more than a “flap” although Dan Rather sided with Jackson.

Larraby on April 16, 2008 at 10:32 AM

“Let’s be clear, there has been a really systematic effort to suggest that I’m not sufficiently pro-Israel,” he said. “The fact that my middle name is Hussein, I’m sure, does not help in that regard … Again some of this dates back to the ’60s between the African-American and the Jewish community as a consequence of [Louis] Farrakhan. There was flap about some of Jesse Jackson’s statements during his presidential race, so I inherit all this baggage.”

WAAAAAH! I’m a victim and to question my authenticity as a defender of Israel by linking me to other leftist black activists is racist. How could anyone believe they have anything in common with moi?

Buy Danish on April 16, 2008 at 10:32 AM

Goebbels and Lenin are toasting a new acolyte, probably with brimstone, and planning for a new inmate to chat up when the time comes.

Harry Schell on April 16, 2008 at 10:37 AM

Um, folks, you might want to actualy go look at his postions and statements on this one…

Is the a HUGE supporter? no…

Has he made speeches, even in his Senate run supporting Israel? Yes.

He even supported their action last year when they invaded Leb to try to get their soldiers back.

Not an Obama guy, just trying to be fair here… don’t let your biases lead down the path of false false accusation, as it dilutes the effect then you justly attack his other positions.

Romeo13 on April 16, 2008 at 10:44 AM

Barack O’Clinton? The kitchen sink plus a scoop shovel version err strategy.

Speakup on April 16, 2008 at 10:56 AM

As Mark Kirkorian pointed out yesterday, the name is interesting, as there is no “J Street” in Washington, DC. No such thing as “dovish” “support” of Israel in my estimation, either.

its vintage duh on April 16, 2008 at 11:03 AM

Nobody’s better on Israel than me!

Absolutely true! It was printed in the church bulletin, right between “Jewish Consipracy To Keep The Black Man Down” and “Why You Can’t Trust Whitey”

moxie_neanderthal on April 16, 2008 at 11:04 AM

This guy is just unbelievable. I don’t understand how it is possible that he is beating McCain in the national polls right now.

WisCon on April 16, 2008 at 11:07 AM

On other issues during his conversation with the Post-Gazette editors… Mr. Obama said, “The fact is, though, that no one’s been a more stalwart ally of Israel…. My support of Israel is as strong as Sen. Clinton or [Sen. John] McCain.”

Even assuming that the editors all secretly want to have Obama’s babies, isn’t there a patently obvious question here? “So, Mr. Obama, please give some example of the many wonderful things you’ve actually DONE to support Israel…”

But I suppose one can’t ever question the Word of one’s Messiah.

I see this as a positive trend: liberal reporters have finally given up even PRETENDING to be objective. That is a recent development, and it’s another sign of their impending collapse.

logis on April 16, 2008 at 11:09 AM

Your three Americans dissenters on the breakdown in 2000 are Deborah Sontag, Robert Malley, and Clayton Swisher.

I don’t know where Sontag is now, but Malley is a senior foreign policy adviser to Obama and Swisher is on the Arab Petro Wealth payroll as an analyst for Al Jazeera. Swisher also appears to draw personal income as a liaison between American, Israeli, and Arabian industries.

Of the three, Swisher is the worst. His book “The Truth About Camp David” is apparently THE worst book written about the events for the English speaking market.

gabriel sutherland on April 16, 2008 at 11:13 AM

“There was flap about some of Jesse Jackson’s statements during his presidential race, so I inherit all this baggage.”

It is reasonable to wonder why he has chosen to associate with the people he has. To suggest otherwise is simply delusional.

Any baggage he may have collected in this arena is a direct result of his relationships with unseemly characters. His continued insistence to the contrary and use of projection suggests some sort of character defect.

moxie_neanderthal on April 16, 2008 at 11:17 AM

When does he start wearing a yarmulkah?… maybe with an American flag design?

Baruch Hussein Obama?

profitsbeard on April 16, 2008 at 11:22 AM

The two top pictures you have of Obama (this one, and the one about Obama and the flag pin) both have the same white kid sitting behind him, but at two separate events.

JiangxiDad on April 16, 2008 at 10:28 AM

Wait for it….

Nah, they just all look alike, is all.

Wind Rider on April 16, 2008 at 11:27 AM

Right on, brother Hussein!

TexasJew on April 16, 2008 at 11:28 AM

Is the a HUGE supporter? no…

Has he made speeches, even in his Senate run supporting Israel? Yes.

He even supported their action last year when they invaded Leb to try to get their soldiers back.

You might want to get your dates right. Israel invaded Lebanon in 2006. It’s 2008. Those soldiers are still in Lebanon and they’re dead.

Supporting Israel talk needs more than just random talk about it. Has he ever condemned the massacre of those students at the Yeshiva this year? Has he ever discussed how he would achieve peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians? How about the Farfour the terror mouse TV shows? How about the dancing in the streets after the deaths of the Israelis anywhere or, oh, yeah, the 9/11 thing? He wants to talk the right talk, he needs to do it in more than just lovely generalities.

mjk on April 16, 2008 at 11:42 AM

mjk on April 16, 2008 at 11:42 AM

Geez…

Sorry if I don’t meet your high standards of time line content. I was writing off the top of my head… and my how time flys as you get older.

As to your other assertion, just how many politicians HAVE done those things? HAVE made speeches about them?

Some? yes… Most? not explicitly as you are condemning him for not doing. Has Bush talked about Farfour? Heck, has ANYONE?

Key to my origional point is that on the issue of Israel, he is WAY farther right than a lot of the Left, and to overcritisize him on this, dilutes the ability to critisize him on issues where he is REALLY wrong.

Romeo13 on April 16, 2008 at 12:02 PM

God xxxx America, I’m the biggest Patriot evah, I got the Flag pin to prove it to all the doubting typical white folks!
The BOMessiah

el Vaquero on April 16, 2008 at 12:03 PM

The fact is, though, that no one’s been a more stalwart ally of Israel…. My support of Israel is as strong as Sen. Clinton or [Sen. John] McCain.

So which one is it BO? You are either the greatest, best, mostest or you are “as strong as” McCain and Clinton.

Someone get this man a teleprompter…he is not making sense again

HawaiiLwyr on April 16, 2008 at 12:03 PM

No one? Not George Bush or Joe Lieberman?

A lot of leftists figure that because most Israelis want negotiated peace, you can’t be a true friend of Israel without constantly reaching out to Palestinian leaders. Those people would view Obama as a bigger supporter than Bush.

[I]sn’t there a patently obvious question here? “So, Mr. Obama, please give some example of the many wonderful things you’ve actually DONE to support Israel…”

There’s the rub. Even if you believe his suck-ups to the Palestinian community are somehow good for Israel, it’s hard to claim no others are more stalwart allies when others are actually, you know, doing more.

calbear on April 16, 2008 at 12:11 PM

Sorry if I don’t meet your high standards of time line content. I was writing off the top of my head… and my how time flys as you get older.

As to your other assertion, just how many politicians HAVE done those things? HAVE made speeches about them?

Some? yes… Most? not explicitly as you are condemning him for not doing. Has Bush talked about Farfour? Heck, has ANYONE?

Key to my origional point is that on the issue of Israel, he is WAY farther right than a lot of the Left, and to overcritisize him on this, dilutes the ability to critisize him on issues where he is REALLY wrong.

Sorry, but when you’ve been to Israel three months after the whole Lebanon thing, you tend to get pretty picky over when people get dates wrong. Nothing like seeing big burnt spots all over Galilee to make you a little tough on dates.

I’m sorry. I find all the candidates to be unacceptably non specific about everything with the Middle East. Obama is the worst. He wants to be the leader of the
free world. He wants the Israelis to trust him when he talks about negotiating with Iran with no pre-conditions and maybe talking to all the leaders of brutal regimes over there. He wants the Israelis to trust that all his big talk about hope and change is magically going to get Hamas and Hezballah to give up their weapons and sing “Give Peace a Chance.”

He is dangerously naive about the whole situation. Like Bill Clinton, Obama thinks that if people like him, suddenly the world will become a sweet, gentle place.

I listen more to what he isn’t saying about Israel than what he claims to be saying. The negotiating with a country who speaks of wiping Israel off the map thing is what made me dismiss him as an idiot.

mjk on April 16, 2008 at 12:17 PM

I’m waiting for OhBummer! to sandwich these latest talking points between Carly Simon’s “Nobody Does It Better” and the MC of Caberet‘s rendition of “If You Could See Her As I Do”.

BTW The Post-Gazette is Dem-friendly in its editorial stance and trends Leftist. No hard follow-up questions for the Messiah there. The reporters were probably fighting to touch the hem of OhBummer’s garment.

onlineanalyst on April 16, 2008 at 12:25 PM

Sorry, but when you’ve been to Israel three months after the whole Lebanon thing,

mjk on April 16, 2008 at 12:17 PM

LOL, no prob… my “Lebanon thing” was in October of 83… explosion woke me up…. literaly….

I actualy went out and looked (interesting you can’t get into Obama’s website without giving him your info…) and I can’t find his positions on what borders for the two state solution he wants… which is a huge sticking point.

I really don’t think we know what Obama truly believes in anything. We hear a lot of rhetoric without any specific proposals… we see a lot of appearances on Softball shows, but no real hard hitting interviews asking for specifics… so I understand your frustration… but its on ALL the issues… not just this one…

Romeo13 on April 16, 2008 at 12:26 PM

Correction: “If You Could See Her Through My Eyes”

onlineanalyst on April 16, 2008 at 12:26 PM

I really don’t think we know what Obama truly believes in anything. We hear a lot of rhetoric without any specific proposals… we see a lot of appearances on Softball shows, but no real hard hitting interviews asking for specifics… so I understand your frustration… but its on ALL the issues… not just this one…

PRECISELY!!! He just annoys me ever so much. Like Obama needs to put up or shut up. I hate rhetoric so so much and rhetoric backed up by the occasional slip of the tongue about bitterness of flyover country, unilateral action into Pakistan, unconditional negotiating with Iran just sends my blood pressure through the roof. Clearly the slips of the tongue by Obama is what we need to listen to, not his “hope and change” crap.

mjk on April 16, 2008 at 12:31 PM

Yep. Just that that ‘friend’ of mine who sold me that pick-up. Best damn rust experiment on the planet.

Limerick on April 16, 2008 at 12:44 PM

Well if he pulls the welfare to them and the Arab nations then nobody would be better on Israel but I don’t think that is the case.

LevStrauss on April 16, 2008 at 1:19 PM

Just using the term “sufficiently pro-Israel” puts Obama in the Pat Buchanan world. He has already said that one does not need to be support the Likud Party to be pro-Israel.

Look, I am a Jew and there a lots of Jews that, just like the Christians at Obama’s church and the folks at the United Counsel of Churches, put secular progressive politics here in the US above all else. The real issue is Obama ready and willing to take aggressive, pre-emptive military actions against the Islamist any where in the world, including but not exclusively Israel. He has already answered the question, de facto, and the answer is a big NO. He would allow Iran or another extremist Islamist group to use some kind of WMD against Israel, against the US, against the UK, and his policy is that we will only respond (and who knows what that means) after the WMD has killed thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands of innocent people. How anyone, Jew or Gentile, could want this man to be the President of the US is just beyond my comprehension. The guy is a loser, pure and simple.

georgealbert on April 16, 2008 at 1:23 PM

“No one is better on energy than me”
“No one is better on terrorism than me”
“No one is better on the economy than me”
“No one is better on trade than me”
“No one is better on healthcare than me”
“No one is better for the envirnoment than me”
“No one is better on judging people than me”
“No one is better on helping you than me”
“No one is better looking than me”
“No one is better in bed than me”
“No one is better than me”

“It’s all politics”

- – Barack Berry Obama

Entelechy on April 16, 2008 at 2:18 PM

Yet who does Barack Hussein Obama surround himself with?

His “fathers”?

“Reverend” Al Sharpton
“Reverend” James Meeks
“Reverend” jeremiah Wright
“Minister” Louis Farrakhan
“Pastor” Michael Pfleger
“Reverend” James Bevel
“Reverend” Eric Lee
“Pastor” Mack King

Syrian Tony Rezko & Saddam Hussein’s gun-running bagman Nadhmi Auchi?
…anti-Semites, terrorists and terror apologists, like

Samantha Power
Edward Said
Rashid Khalidi
George Soros
General Tony McPeak
Robert Malley
Susan Rice
Anthony Lake
William C. Ayers
Bernadine Dohrn
Raila Odinga
Zbigniew Brzezinski

yeah… he’s really “pro-Israel” like Walt-Mearsheimer is “pro-Israel”…

DANEgerus on April 16, 2008 at 2:31 PM

Ive asked this question before. Why in the world would any Jew vote for Obama? Yet, he seems to have a strong Jewish following, esecially in California. Did I just answer my own question?

Syd B. on April 16, 2008 at 9:14 AM

Why would any Jew vote for any Democrat? There are Republicans unfriendly to Jews and Israel, but not near as many as Democrats, and they aren’t embraced the way the Democrats are either. And yet, as a general rule, Jews vote Democrat.

It’s a bigger mystery than why blacks continue to do so in lockstep.

misterpeasea on April 16, 2008 at 2:55 PM

I would love to see, if I ever watched it, an SNL skit of Barry and his family.

Family at Ice cream Shop
Michelle: What would you like kids?
Barry: I’d like to see a world free from the racial strife cause by your average white…
Michelle: I was talking to the children.
Barry: Rural PA?
Michelle: No Barry, our daughters.
Barry: Sorry honey.
Daughter: I’d love Strawberry.
Barry: No one is more in love with Strawberries or any other type of diverse member of the Berry Family than I am. My record proves it.

OBQuiet on April 16, 2008 at 8:00 PM