FLAT ROCK --The Obama Campaign is going on the offense, saying John McCain is running one of the most dishonest Campaigns ever seen. Joe Biden said in St Clair Shores yesterday that, McCain, who he considers a friend, had gone too far. There has been growing pressure in the Democratic party for Obama to strike back after McCain got a post convention bounce in the polls. Some leading Republicans faulted both presidential campaigns
yesterday for the increasingly negative tone of their advertising.
Michigan will see all of the ads because of our Battleground status.
In case you weren't watching last night, a political party repeatedly degraded the role of community organizers at their convention.
Former mayor Giuliani (laughing): "Maybe this is the first problem on [Obama's] resume... he worked as a community organizer!"
VP nominee Sarah Palin: "I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a âcommunity organizer,â except that you have actual responsibilities.â
I'm a capitalist, but the situation with the oil companies in this country has nothing to do with capitalism. I think the first candidate who promises to regulate the oil companies will gain 20% in the polls.
There's a chance that a hurricane might graze an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico and prices take off days in advance. Then, the storm does relatively little damage... but the price doesn't drop for days.