Coming Home…. to Roost



Don’t be shocked if you see the McCain campaign pull the controversial Rev. Jeremiah Wright out of mothballs in new attacks against one-time parishioner, Barack Obama.

Shocked? I’ve been eagerly awaiting the moment for months!

McCain advisers say that they see “attack by association” as fair game now, arguing that Obama’s campaign has been using that technique to go after McCain. In particular, the Obama campaign has hammered McCain on the stump and in TV ads on the number of one-time lobbyists working for his campaign. (The McCain campaign is also angry about a Spanish-language TV ad that ties McCain to Rush Limbaugh on immigration, without ever saying that McCain took on Limbaugh and others to fight for comprehensive immigration reform.)

Why would any justification be required? Never more than now, with a candidate uniquely unqualified for the office, is it necessary to judge a potential president by the company he’s chosen to keep!

“They played it one way, we played it another way,” said one of McCain’s top advisers, Mark Salter. “Now we’re both going to play it the same way.”

I’d expect the 527’s to be taking care of the Obamafia lineup, but if McCain has to do it for himself, let’s get to it guys.

McCain began that effort this week by linking Obama to Democrats Jim Johnson and Franklin Raines, former executives at Fannie Mae. Johnson was named to head Obama’s vice presidential search before he stepped down amid controversy. Raines is a supporter of Obama (though evidently not an “adviser” as McCain charged at first).

Those guys are chump change. Brings us the big guns – Wright, Pfleger, Farakhan, Ayers, Dohrn, Rezko, etc.

One Response to “Coming Home…. to Roost”

  1. 1 Anonymous

    The Rev alone should bring down Obama, but those crazies to the extreme left are too stupid to realize what’s going on.

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