“In my opinion, the choice could not be more clear, between one candidate John McCain who’s had experience, been tested in war and tried in peace. Another candidate who has not,” Lieberman said to applause. “Between one candidate, John McCain who’s always put the country first, worked across party lines to get things done, and one candidate who has not.”
Right. Barack Obama has never signed a statement denouncing these United States. John McCain did. Which reminds me. It’s been 43 days now since I called on Senator McCain to release his military records.
Obama doesn’t work across party lines to get things done. Right Joe! That’s why REPUBLICAN Gordon Smith is touting his work with Obama in his ads.
The bastardization of John McCain is nearly complete. Here is what he said about the Kerry “Swiftboat Ads” in 2004:
Republican Sen. John McCain, a former prisoner of war in Vietnam, called an ad criticizing John Kerry’s military service “dishonest and dishonorable” and urged the White House on Thursday to condemn it as well.
The White House declined.
“It was the same kind of deal that was pulled on me,” McCain said in an interview with The Associated Press, comparing the anti-Kerry ad to tactics in his bitter Republican primary fight with President Bush.
Now he stands beside a surrogate and allows him to call his opponent un-American, having not put country first. The campaign of John McCain has taken the turn to the dishonorable. The Obama camp should say so.
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