While attacking on age and war injuries

Barack Obama’s campaign demonstrated what shameless hypocrites
they are. This morning, they went up with
an ad
calling John McCain dishonorable and sleazy.

Yet on Friday, they released an ad that accused him of not using
a computer (a strange accusation). When it turned out that his
well-known mobility problem is part of the reason, what do they do?
Change the subject by quoting him out of context. Watch the painful

They don’t even have an answer. They
don’t even try. They just pivot and keep on lying.

This is after the wheels started to come off yesterday with

Claire McCaskill, one of Obama’s national Co-Chairs arguing that
people shouldn’t vote for McCain because he is old and has had

These people are trying to talk about running a dishonorable and
sleazy campaign? These guys could write the book on it.

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