Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Debate question

John McCain did not bring up, or even hint at, Barack Obama's scary domestic-terrorist pals, nor his sleazy Chicago-politics past, nor his crazy pastor, nor the fact that he is a crypto-Muslim sleeper agent secretly plotting to take over America.

Q. To what extent was this decision by McCain influenced by the certain knowledge that the mention of any of these things would cause Obama to say the words "Keating Five"?

I know the answer may be "not very much," but I doubt it is "not at all."

2 comments:

Saxdrop said...

In foreign policy I think they call this "mutually assured destruction."

Saxdrop said...

okay, well now we know it hasn't stopped McCain/Palin from digging in at 45-degrees about the William Ayers connection