Debate: McCain Fails to Hit Economic Softball
Two weeks ago, John McCain’s campaign went on hiatus, claiming that Senator McCain’s place was back in Washington, D.C. to address the nation’s credit crisis. With little explanation as to what exactly Senator McCain hoped to accomplish, he retreated to Northern Virginia at the height of a presidential campaign.
McCain Campaign Must Press Obama on Foreign Policy Naivete
In August, 2007, while speaking at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars *in Washington, D.C., Senator Barack Obama indicated a willingness to invade Pakistan’s sovereign territory to pursue terrorists, whose location becomes known through “actionable intelligence.” Now, running from such a brazen statement, his campaign would quickly point out that such position was conditional — *only if *the terrorists were present in the mountains | Read More »
Pulling Out of Michigan Is Just McCain’s Latest Great Lake Mistake
The McCain announcement, strange for its content and volume, that it was ending campaign operations in Michigan is just the latest misstep in a presidential campaign searching for a message which resonates with this state’s voters. As disappointing as the announcement was, it could hardly be called surprising. Not surprising because McCain’s campaign has been missing opportunity after opportunity in Michigan from day one. Perhaps, | Read More »