Another Loser for Barack


As if claiming that McCain is as big a flip-flopper as he is isn’t a big enough loser for the Obama camp, they’ve found an idea that’s worse.

“I don’t think riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down is a qualification to be president,” (Wes) Clark said, referring to the incident that led to McCain’s being taken prisoner of war in Vietnam.

This is the sort of slam that gets looped on TV through a news cycle – reminding Americans that McCain is a war hero, and also highlighting that Barack’s never done much of anything except seek higher office.

Obama is “running on his strength of character, on the strengths of his communication skills, on the strengths of his judgment,” Clark said.

Excuse me? Are we talking the Jeremiah Wright judgment, the Bill Ayers judgment, or perhaps the Tony Rezko judgment? Are we talking the promise to be part of the public financing system but then changing your mind when it’s convenient sort of character, or the inject race into the campaign kind of character?

Or, are we talking about the strength of Barack’s judgment on the war in Iraq. As Joe Lieberman points out

“…if we had done what Senator Obama asked us to do, for the last couple of years, today Iran and al-Qaeda would be in control of Iraq. It would be a terrible defeat for us and our allies in the Middle East and throughout the world.”

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