Barack defended himself by saying that the McCain accusation shows that he is "losing his bearings." However, the McStain camp is claim his statement of "losing his bearings" was a veiled criticism on McBush's age. Wow, that's reading a lot into three little words don't ya think? Why is he so defensive? To me it's saying McCain is out of touch and is focusing his attention on silly, ridiculous things. It's not a knock on his age, Obama is saying he's a person who is off-track, losing his moral compass. It's a statement meaning that McCain is lost in the weeds of stupidity.
McCain recently called Obama, "naive" so I guess we Obama supporters are supposed to fly off the handle and say that was an insult on Barack's younger status. John McBush has to say stuff like this because he has nothing else to offer but more war and the same Bush economy. He use to be against the tax cuts for the rich but now he's for it. Sounds just like Bush to me!!
I think they are throwing this crap out there as cover to break their "desire" for a civil campaign by saying this "incident" shows that Obama fired first so that now it's all fair game. I'm telling you though, if they try and bring up the Rev. Wright story yet again, I think most Americans are going to make it clear that they're tired of talking about that issue . I think we've all gotten tired of that bullshit. So much for that "straight talk" that McCain claims to be about. This twist of words is about as straight as Elton John.
Meanwhile, Obama picked up five new super delegates today which puts him only 4 away from over-taking Clinton.
Joke of the day: "Hillary Clinton barely won my home state of Indiana and she lost in the state of North Carolina but hears the good news, she has a substantial lead in the state of denial." -David Letterman.
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