Saturday, October 11, 2008

When Desperation Reeks

The McCain/Palin campaign has slithered into the depths of hell.

Not only has this latest display exposed them as the frauds that they are; no real ideas, lying about "honorable" campaigning and their inability to focus on a unified message that relates to something that the American people care about. This latest episode in the erratic McCain campaign has also shown that John McCain is completely unable to even control his own crowds.

If he cannot get a handle on the few hundred radicals in his crowds, how on earth can he be expected to be able to handle being Commander in Chief?

As President, McCain will be expected to handle all kinds of frightening and overwhelming tasks. He will have to control the unruly and provide leadership in really trying times. His latest town halls have proven that he is not a leader, not in any way, shape or form. He has appeared impotent and weak...not at all the reassuring leader that we need at this time.

McCain and Palin are playing with fire. They can't control it and they do not have any ideas of how to deal with what they have created.

McCain now looks even more feeble and weak than he did before. Their "tactic" has backfired and they have proven that they have no strategy. Their Desperation Reeks and the smell is overpowering even them.

1 comment:

idiosynchronic said...

In my own way, my newer post touches on this. The hate genie may or may not be the responsibility of the GOP, but there's no way they're going to get it back in the bottle. The next 4 years will be a smear-fest that will make the rumor-mongering during Bill Clinton's terms look quaint. Even if Barack Obama wants to dismantle the security state that currently exists, he'll be unable to. Too many people will want to kill him.