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In 2008 Obama Said McCain Is "Losing His Bearings"

Given all the ginned up outrage over Karl Rove’s questions about Hillary’s concussion, here is a timely reminder of what Obama said about the elderly John McCain, during the 2008 campaign, a mere six years ago.

Via the archives of the Politico:

Obama: McCain ‘offensive,’ ‘losing his bearings’

By Ben Smith | May 8, 2008

Obama: McCain ‘offensive,’ ‘losing his bearings’

On CNN today, Obama was asked about McCain’s making an issue of a Hamas official’s supportive words for Obama.

Obama responded with the same sort of high-road message that seems to have worked fairly well against the gas tax holiday: The suggestion, he said, was "offensive," and furthermore a mark that McCain is "losing his bearings" as he pursues the presidency.

Note that claiming an elderly man is ‘losing his bearing’ is called a "high road message" by the Politico. And yet they are so outraged at Karl Rove’s fairly sensible questions.

"My policy toward Hamas is no different than his," said Obama, who called McCain’s comment a "smear."

Yes, it was crazy to think Obama ever would be soft on terrorists.

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Wednesday, May 14th, 2014. Comments are currently closed.

3 Responses to “In 2008 Obama Said McCain Is "Losing His Bearings"”

  1. Petronius

    NEWS FLASH!

    Special committee named to investigate Hillary Clinton brain damage allegations.

    Members of the special investigative committee will include Joe Biden, Harry Reid, Alec Baldwin, Rosie O’Donnell, Hank Johnson, Cindy Sheehan, Alan Grayson, Elizabeth Warren, Ward Churchill, Stretch Pelosi, and the Dixie Chicks.

    • captstubby

      Jay Carnie ‏@weknowwhatsbest ·
      Karl Rove asserts that Hillary suffered brain damage during a 2012 fall. Totally absurd. No one can be sure of the exact moment.

  2. Well, now hold on .. “In Your Guts You Know He’s Nuts” is absolutely true of John McCain. As is of Barack Obama ” .. eeny meeny miny moe, catch a ..”


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