Monday, July 20, 2015

2008: Obama Campaign & Supporters Like Weasley Clark Attack McCain's Military Service

"I don't think riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down is a qualification to be President."

Those were the words of "Waco" Weasley Clark, a supporter of Richard Milhous Hussein-Obama in 2008, in discussing the candidacy of then GOP candidate John McLame to the liberals false Messiah and great hoax, Obama (2.25 in video below, via The IUSB Vision Webblog).

IUSB Vision also noted the following about comments that Obama informal advisor Rand Beers said about McCain (ABC News).
While Barack Obama was urging supporters not to devalue the military service of rival John McCain, an informal Obama adviser ( Rand Beers) argued Monday that the former POW’s isolation during the Vietnam War has hobbled the Arizona senator’s capacity as a war-time leader.
The Beers remarks, which were made at the liberal Center for American Progress Action Fund in Washington, D.C., drew a swift rebuke from a McCain spokesman who portrayed them as an example of Obama saying one thing and his supporters doing another.
“Mr. Beers’ remarks are part of a pattern of Obama supporters attacking John McCain’s military service, and a reminder of why it’s what Sen. Obama, his supporters and his campaign actually do that matters most,” McCain spokesman Brian Rogers tells ABC News.
Remember also, how the Obama campaign, in an ad approved by the Dicktator, attacked McCain for not using a computer or sending e-mail?

It's not because McCain isn't hip with the times that he doesn't use a computer (Newsbusters).
McCain gets emotional at the mention of military families needing food stamps or veterans lacking health care. The outrage comes from inside: McCain’s severe war injuries prevent him from combing his hair, typing on a keyboard, or tying his shoes. Friends marvel at McCain’s encyclopedic knowledge of sports. He’s an avid fan - Ted Williams is his hero - but he can’t raise his arm above his shoulder to throw a baseball.
But that didn't keep Obama from making the ad.

This is not a defense of Donald Trump, but an illustration of the hypocrisy of the media, who didn't seem to interested in attacks on McLame's military service and time as a POW in 2008.

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