Monday, February 18, 2008

Plagiarism accusers should worry about substance

AP reported: Sen. Barack Obama said Monday [Feb 19] that he doesn't think it's a big deal that he borrowed lines from his friend Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, although he probably should have given him credit.

IPBiz notes Abraham Lincoln borrowed from the Bible for the "House Divided" speech.

What's bad is when candidates, like Obama, borrow stupid ideas.


Obama Says Borrowed Lines Not a Big Deal

IPBiz noticed the following comment on blogs.tnr:

If you want to know Obama take an actual look at his record as (yawn) the President of the Harvard Law Review, community organizer and state legislator. Then make your decisions as to whether or not he is qualified or decent or whatever. It is willful blindness to say there is no Obama to know. Pccostello, honestly- did you read "Dreams From My Father", a deep and insightful and lyrical autobiography, as well as an evocative look at race, identity and memory in America? Read it. It wasn't a ghostwriter. It was the man himself.

IPBiz notes the patent stuff looked strongly recycled, from people who don't understand much.


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