Thursday, March 6, 2008

Clinton and Obama continue to campaign for McCain

I don't really understand it. It stands to reason that if you are running against someone for the most important job in the world, you wouldn't repeatedly say how qualified he is for the job.

Or, for that matter, have your surrogates point out what a disaster you'd be.

Maybe its the new math. Whatever it is, I'll take it, especially with the Rasmussen polls tightening up a little.

Geoff at Blogs for John McCain's Victory points out Obama's problems with blue collar middle class Democrats and how that may benefit McCain. My personal feelings there are that these voters just don't feel particularly safe under a President Obama and his romantic view of the world. I think John McCain can capitalize on that. I also think that John McCain being John McCain and not a far rightwing comic book villain politician neutralizes a lot of the "Obamacans."

And finally, sad news here in McCainia. It appears as if the Crazy Train has finally fallen off the tracks for good. Dr. Paul leaves Alan Keyes, who is allegedly running, all by himself in the challenge to...well, nothing. But that's not the point. We're now deprived of people that make videos such as this.

Enough to bring a tear to a glass eye