Friday, August 29, 2008

McCain has class, Obama has no class

On the night Sen. Barack Obama accepted the Democratic Party nomination, Sen. John McCain released a television ad marking the historic occasion and congratulating his Democratic opponent.

That's class.

On the day John McCain announced that he was picking Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, Obama campaign spokesman Bill Burton issued a statement calling Palin "the former mayor of a town of 9,000 with zero foreign policy experience."

No class.

Burton also referred to Gov. Palin as "an abortion-rights opponent."

I guess that's to draw a contrast from Barack Obama, who supports abortion-on-demand.

And being the mayor of a town of any size is more executive experience than Barack Obama has.

1 comment:

talbert said...

Would that be the same class Mr. McCain demonstrated when he "joked" about killing Iranians with cigarettes or sang about bombing Iran. Or perhaps when he quipped: "Why is Chelsea Clinton so ugly? Because her father is Janet Reno."
So, let me get it straight, one demonstrates "no class" when one states a fact (eg re: Ms. Palin's foreign policy experience), but one is deemed "classy" when one talks about killing people and ridiculing an adolescent. Thank you for pointing out to me the difference between someone with "class" and someone with "no class." I look forward to your future tutorials on infidelity, flip-flopping, and pandering vis-a-vis Mr. McCain.