• 09-09-2008
    Live Steam
    So is this all they got and how stupid are they?
    Obama keeps hitting Palin on the idea that she was for the bridge to nowhere before she was against it. Well let's review for a second. Obama and Biden both voted for it. McCain did not vote on it at all.

    Now, will Palin and/or McCain confront either of the dems on their votes when the opportunity presents itself? And, how stupid are they to make this a central issue when they can be called out on it in prime time TV during the debates? Also how important is this as an issue? I mean the project didn't go forward and the money was spent on other infrastructure projects. This seems like a real loser for them yet they continue to put it out there front and center.
  • 09-09-2008
    cyclevt
    Your right... sort of
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Live Steam
    Obama keeps hitting Palin on the idea that she was for the bridge to nowhere before she was against it. Well let's review for a second. Obama and Biden both voted for it. McCain did not vote on it at all.

    Now, will Palin and/or McCain confront either of the dems on their votes when the opportunity presents itself? And, how stupid are they to make this a central issue when they can be called out on it in prime time TV during the debates? Also how important is this as an issue? I mean the project didn't go forward and the money was spent on other infrastructure projects. This seems like a real loser for them yet they continue to put it out there front and center.

    Obama and Biden need to expand their scope to include all the other lies Palin has told and they need to be more explicit and shine brighter lights on all the ways McSame is Bush, term 3.

    Some times, smart candidates with actual platforms need to dumb down their message so it's easier to digest.
  • 09-09-2008
    Live Steam
    Please see my newest post on the "lies" issue :)