July 30, 2008

Early today---the McCain campaign made a baseless accusation about Obama's camp. That Barack was playing the race card. No, really. They should know all about race after they released an attack ad with two young, white women in it (Paris Hilton) to contrast Obama and make him look like? You get the picture. John McCain told CNN's John King in a very somber tone, that yes---they played it.

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King:... is it a fair criticism for Rick Davis to say---the Obama campaign is playing the race card?

McCain: It is, I'm sorry to say that it is. It's legitimate and we don't, there's no place in this campaign for that. There's no place for it and we shouldn't be doing it.

King: They say that's not the case.

McCain: OK John, I'll let the American people judge.

McCain injects racism and then says there is no place like home is no place for racism. They know the media will lap it up. They've been working on trying to make Obama look like a racist, french man who is uppity for a while now and they just played their hand. Did you notice how small he looked next to King? And I'm not talking about his size. He seemed to shrink into nothingness as he parroted his campaign's charges. Just wait until the debates. He won't be able to double talk his way out of it. The imagery will be devastating to him.

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