Bill Kristol To Save John McCain's Campaign
Oooh hot dog, let's check in withNew York Times "lightning rod conservative" columnist Billiam Kristol this Monday. Today's edition is called, "How McCain Wins." By being a Maverick still? Eh, more or less. That and Jeremiah Wright, the famous church demon.
Watch the man's mind dance, just dancing dancing:
But the fact is the only Democrats to win the presidency in the past 40 years — Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton — distanced themselves from liberal orthodoxy. Obama is, by contrast, a garden-variety liberal. He also has radical associates in his past.
The most famous of these is the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, and I wonder if Obama may have inadvertently set the stage for the McCain team to reintroduce him to the American public. On Saturday, Obama criticized McCain for never using in the debate Friday night the words “middle class.” The Obama campaign even released an advertisement trumpeting McCain’s omission.
The McCain campaign might consider responding by calling attention to Chapter 14 of Obama’s eloquent memoir, “Dreams From My Father.” There Obama quotes from the brochure of Reverend Wright’s church — a passage entitled “A Disavowal of the Pursuit of Middleclassness.”
So when Biden goes on about the middle class on Thursday, Palin might ask Biden when Obama flip-flopped on Middleclassness.
Heh heh, "okay." And we probably will see Jeremiah Wright again, and soon! But probably not as Bill.i.am has imagined it, where McCain uses Jeremiah Wright as an excuse for his not caring about the Middle Class.
How McCain Wins [NYT]