They are swiftboating Obama and if he and Biden don't stop using the rope a dope tactic like Mohammed Ali did to wear-out his opponents, they will get KO'd just like Kerry and they will be left in November scratching their heads and saying, are the American people really that blind.
Well the fact is more than half of them never vote at all so at least half of the American people don't even care about our country.
Of the people that vote almost half voted for Bush twice so about three quarters of the American people are completely out of touch with reality and if you put lipstick on a pig they will elect a vice president.
McCain the war hero is acting like coward hiding behind his spin doctors. He continually attacks Obama with half truths, out of context quotes, and outright lies. McCain can't run on his own record, he must run from it.
The phony indignation the Republicans are faking, the newest ads that McCain has put out for the mass media. Chris Matthews had some Republican senators and congressmen on, asking direct questions did they believe that Obama was actually calling Palin a pig with lipstick and every last one started dancing like Sugar Ray Leonard did to Roberto Duran and did not directly answer the question.
Well Mr. McCain himself has used this phrase several times during the campaign as well as many other prominent Republicans have used the same phrase as was shown on Matthews show.
Both sides have declared a truce to commemorate the attacks on September 11, 2001 but McCain keeps up the cheap shots up to the last minute.
He released a TV ad saying Obama Favored "comprehensive sex education"- for Kindergartners which is another line of crap what Obama favors is teaching children about inappropriate touching like the kind that happens when a child is molested by someone he or she trusts like their priest, or minister or congressman.
Now this ad refers to legislation Obama voted for, but did not sponsor in the Illinois Senate that allowed school boards to develop "age-appropriate"- sex education courses at all levels, kindergarten teachers were given the approval to teach about appropriate and inappropriate touching to combat molestation. So what is McCain saying? That he wants to protect the child molester?
Another McCain ad pins the swirl of Internet rumors about McCain's running mate to the Obama campaign. The reference to a mini-army was drawn from a Wall Street Journal column by conservative John Fund. A spokesman for the Democratic National Committee said yesterday that neither it nor the Obama campaign had any researchers or lawyers in Alaska.
Obama did fight back and say "We've got an energy crisis, we have an education system that is not working for too many of our children and making us less competitive. We have an economy that is creating hardship for families all across America. We've got two wars going on, veterans coming home not being cared for, and this is what they want to talk about."
Obama aides say the assaults will not work but I disagree, the untrue fabricated assaults on Kerry in the 2004 election where his downfall. Obama's running mate Senator Joe Biden denounced the negativity pointing out that Bush smeared McCain in his 2000 race for the presidency and said "What really disappoints me is the very tactics used against him, they're trying to use against Barack Obama now," he said. "It's literally saddening. I didn't expect it, I didn't expect it. But I guess I should learn to expect everything."
Senator Obama, you don't even have to lie or tell half truths to hit back. Their record speak for itself. McCain is no Einstein, finishing 5th from the bottom of his class from the U.S. Naval Academy. Out of 899 he finished 894.
He had extramarital affairs, in which he accepted the blame. He associated and was involved in the Keating Five scandal and was rebuked for his role by the Senate Ethics Committee.
McCain long ago made clear that the American economy is not his strong suit. In November 2005, McCain acknowledged: "I'm going to be honest: I know a lot less about economics than I do about military and foreign policy issues. I still need to be educated."
Two years later, McCain admitted making little progress in grasping Economics. As the Boston Globe reported in December 2007, economic policy is "a subject on which McCain has said he feels he is unknowledgeable and that filling the void would be a priority when selecting a vice-presidential nominee." To address this glaring shortfall, Republican presidential nominee claimed he had turned to the equivalent of Economics for Dummies: