Remember This? "We can disagree without being disagreeable."

Those are Barack Obama’s words in is concession speech in New Hampshire. Merriam-Webster defines disagreeable as:

Main Entry: dis·agree·able
1 : causing discomfort : unpleasant, offensive (a disagreeable odor)
2 : marked by ill temper : peevish (a disagreeable person)

Obama’s words seemed pretty clear, or at least they did until Camp Obama unveiled their latest desperate attempt to deal with the Palin phenomenon. Just within the last 48 hours we’ve been treated to…

Joe Biden – “There’s no way you can dress up that record, even with a lot of lipstick,”

Obama made it even more personal later in the day, “You can put lipstick on a pig,” he said. “It’s still a pig.”

That follows a day after Obama’s “Mother, governor, moose shooter.” jab.

That new style “disagree without being disagreeable” politics looks remarkably like the old-style politics Obama ran so hard against in the primaries. Abandoning the tactics that got you where you are (they’re even considering sending an SOS to liberal 527 groups after telling them previously to ‘pound sand’) ought to work out real well for a candidate with as impressive a resume of political accomplishments as that Senator Obama posesses…

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