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Newt Gingrich vs. Obama aide MSNBC reporter

Newt Gingrich vs. Obama aide MSNBC reporter

Newt Gingrich vs. Obama aide MSNBC reporter

Total pwnage here:

And meanwhile, the nameless reporter and Keith Olbermann can do nothing except sneer condescendingly and say… nothing. Because everything Newt said was absolutely correct. If Obama wants to play the “experience” card, then Bring. It. On. McCain’s already there, and the only person who will end up looking inexperienced is Obama. I mean, let’s compare: Palin has executive experience not only as a mayor, but as governor of the largest state in the Union. She’s overseen 24,000 state employees, 14 statewide cabinet agencies and a $10 billion budget. Barack Obama has been a “community organizer” and a junior Senator, with zero executive experience. And Obama is running for President.

My advice to the Obama campaign would be to not start the experience battle. You will lose.

Hat Tip: Hot Air

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  • DavidL says:

    It seems to me that the only card the BO campaign can play without being trumped if the McSame card. The economy grew at three point three percent last quarter. How far can BO go with but a single issue?

  • Bob says:

    Dayum! The brother almost turned white. So, what openings were The Tool (Olberman) referring to?

  • Geo says:

    If the above argument is taken at face value, then it suggests it should be McCain as VP and Palin for president. John has never been a (small town) mayor or governor either, and never made an executive decision in his 26 year career in Washington.

    I don’t think people really believe that Sarah is better qualified than John McCain. She has energy and great delivery and has energized the ticket, but being “qualified for president” should require more than 18 months as governor. Regardless of party affiliation.

    So if McCain has no executive experience, why vote for him? Your response should be a list of items like: he has a vision for the country, detailed solutions to the economic problems we face, the foreign policy challenges, the energy crisis, health care, etc. , and demonstrable management and leadership skills.

    Whatever your list, take those reasons and then ask examine how Obama matches up. Don’t let media manipulation distract you from the decision.

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