OK, maybe that’s not so amazing but in Obama’s new (I guess it’s no longer new) ad the criticism is for…
Wait for it
I think that’s ageism, isn’t it?
Is this part of the new agressive, dealing-with-the-issues Obama?
So we have this new ad, based on the new strategy showing McCain in the 80′s wearing (GASP!) 80′s style.
Golly. Is this what Obama campaign manager David Plouffe is refering to when he said,
“We will respond with speed and ferocity to John McCain’s attacks and we will take the fight to him, but we will do it on the big issues that matter to the American people.”
He doesn’t do e-mail. I’m sure America is worried about that.
What can we expect next in hard hitting ads from the Obama camp?
Does he listen to 60′s music? He parts his hair? These are the issues America wants to know about, I’m sure.
Or, why not, he can’t lift his arms above his shoulders? Oh, wait, that’s why he doesn’t do e-mail.
McCain’s severe war injuries prevent him from combing his hair, typing on a keyboard, or tying his shoes [Ed.-found toward the end of the article].
No wonder we find,
A Democratic fundraiser for Congressional candidates said some planned to distance themselves from Mr Obama and not attack Mr McCain.
And with this latest ad, it’s no wonder.
This among other troubles recently,
Democrat Barack Obama’s campaign has pulled ads running in Georgia and shifted some of its paid campaign staff from Georgia to North Carolina while contending that it’s not surrendering the state to Republican John McCain.
And (BTW, note that headline. No bias there.)
Eighty percent say McCain, with nearly three decades in Congress, has the right experience to be president. Just 46 percent say Obama, now in his fourth year in the Senate, is experienced enough.
Fully 47 percent say Obama lacks the proper experience — an even worse reading than the 36 percent who had the same criticism about McCain running mate Sarah Palin, serving her second year as Alaska governor after being a small-town mayor.
Increasing desperation ahead.
(Cross posted at Fairly Conservative).