Originally Posted by slybydesignw210
As I was getting ready for work this morning, I turned on the TV. I didn't check to see what channel it was on, but they where interviewing some guy with glasses of whom works on the McCain campaign.
I was very disturbed with how he answered several important questions.
The guy could not give a clear answer to the Interviewer on issues such as
Why hasn't Palin did a personal interview? His answer is when we "The campaign" feels she's ready. The media isn't giving her a fair chance, yet 5 minutes earlier in the interview he praised that station on a piece they did about her.
How come McCains plan on health care, and social security reflects that of Bush's so in a sense he's not going to change anything.
The guy: Well the plans may be the same, but the approach is different and thats how we plan on getting it done.
Sorry guys, and ladies reading this, I was in a rush to get to work and didn't take much notice to who this guy was but did anybody watch that this morning.
If so, did it not scare the shit out of you that all the questions where ignored and this guy stuck to a weak script, and that the host got mad and told the guy to stop talking when he tried to answer hard core questions with redirect.
I wish I had finish watching but I needed to be out the door. Help me out on this one.
Likely that the campaign staff were making rounds of the Sunday morning political shows.
I watched Mike Wallace on Fox interview both David Axelrod for Obama and Rick Davis for McCain.
The answer to why no interviews for Palin was the same from Davis as you stated. Because of the hostility from the media this past week, they will time her interviews to give her a fair chance. The campaign ascribes that hostility to the media's being pissed that they had no advance opportunity to vet Palin themselves. To me that seems a reasonable assessment because of the MSM's biased efforts to make Obama look good. Consider that BHO has been on the Oprah show twice, but Oprah won't have Palin until after the election--not just limited to the MSM bias, you see.
In the Palin video, shown on Greta's show Saturday night, most of the footage was done since her name was mentioned as a potential candidate early this year. In some of it, she was still carrying her new baby, Trig. Since it also had clips of her convention speech interspersed, the film had obviously just been finished.
BTW: McCain's healthcare plan includes eliminating the employer health care deduction and granting a refundable tax credit to individuals. How is that in anyway similar to the current system which has been in effect since WWII?
They quoted BHO himself defending his executive experience "Wasilla, AK has about 50 employees, we have 2500 in our campaign". How much credit does he get by comparing his campaign to a small town? And he avoided the fact that Palin is a governor of an entire state that is 250 times the size of Delaware and has 24000 state employees.
But it is the silly season