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Not Prince Hamlet

"Full of high sentence, but a bit obtuse."

Both Sides of Their Face

Sunday, August 24, 2008

The McCain campaign released two ads in the hours following Obama's announcement of Joe Biden as the vice-presidential nominee, criticizing Obama both for choosing someone who had criticized him in the past and for not choosing someone who had criticized him in the past.

Hmm . . .

First, the ad criticizing Biden for his critique of Obama (and praise of McCain) in 2007:

And now for the ad criticizing Obama for not choosing Hilary Clinton, for the obvious reason that she had criticized him in the past:

Is this the best that McCain and company can do, this inane Biden vs. Obama debate footage and these cut-and-paste Clinton criticisms? And to make the same claim both ways?

Pretty sloppy.


posted by Not Prince Hamlet, 10:16 PM


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