Senator John McCain (R-MAVERICK) has a very good chance at winning this presidential election if he does one thing, and one thing alone. And that would be to stop running any kind of political advertisement whatsoever. All they ever do is bite him in the ass.
We saw it with the one that suggested Senator Barack Obama voted for a bill which would have taught kindergartners “comprehensive sex education,” including the controversial reverse cowgirl method. This is most certainly a complicated sexual position one shouldn’t know about until they’re 15 years old, 16 tops. There was also a video on the McCain website that Obama was against the electric car, which also implies that Senator Obama is a card-carrying member of The Stonecutters. This, of course, was a blatant lie. The Stonecutters is a fictional group, and even if it were real, Obama’s white grandmother was not a member and therefore he is ineligible to apply for admission.
So yeah. Pretty bad track record.
The latest one churned out by Camp Maverick after the first Presidential candidate head-to-head debate displays three separate occasions when Obama (D-UNQUALIFIED!) mentioned that McCain was “absolutely right” about certain points, which was a nice tactic to help outline the differences between his ideas and McCain’s. I’m sorry, it was a nice strategy. (I get those two confused.)
All of this is inconclusive evidence that Sen. Obama is not ready to be president, because presidents are supposed to fervently disagree with whatever an opponent says or thinks.
The approved message, in case you haven’t seen it:
Meanwhile, here’s how Sen. McCain feels a good president should debate:
As you can clearly see in the latter video, if Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says that nuclear capabilities is a good thing for Iraq, the
President Secretary of State can simply stall the process by saying “No it isn’t!” until the Iranian president gives up, goes home, and funds a world class national hockey team.
With one debate down, McCain has gone Jules Winnfield on Obama’s ass. “Say ‘absolutely right’ again. SAY ‘ABSOLUTELY RIGHT’ AGAIN!”Powered by Sidelines