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Putting Whiteout on the Teleprompter


Now that McCain has shown his depth with 3-D chess while Obama plays checkers, The One's campaign struggles how to answer back to Gov. Barracuda's factual and targeted points.

She's just a mayor.
She ought to be at home with her kids.
McCain/Palin is Bush/Cheney.
Palin's family is unique.
McCain is desperate, and he'll flush her like McGovern flushed Eagleton.
Sarah's just enjoying her newfound celebrity.
Palin used a Bush speechwriter.
McCain is old.

In all of that nonsense, there isn't one argument about policy or action. Of course, when Obama can't get any foreign policy decisions correct (Iran, Israel, Russia, Iraq) and raising taxes for government programs has no historical success in boosting an economy, he's left with grade-school level taunts.

But keep trying... it's entertaining.


by Brett Rogers, 9/5/2008 4:53:36 PM


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