Obama Claims Mccain is “Loosing his bearings” regarding Hamas Support for Obama

Leaders of Hamas have stated that they prefer or support Barack Obama for President of the United States. That’s a fact … for what ever reasons. I suppose you would have to ask the leaders of Hamas why they prefer Obama. Maybe someone should ask them.

John McCain pointed out that Hamas has stated it supports Barack Obama to be the next preference.

Barack Obama stated he believes that John McCain is “loosing his bearings” because of McCain pointing out that fact. why is a factual statement to be considered “loosing his bearings”?

Since when is the truth “dirty politics”?

Obama wants to point out McCain’s age every chance he can … for what ever reason. Mc Cain’s age is a legitimate fact. Making assumptions about McCain’s ability to function as president is just that … making assumptions just as assuming Obama would make a better president because of his younger age is … again, another assumption.

Obama supporters point out the multitude of issues Obama has taken a stand on as well as bills he has introduced or co- sponsered … while ignoring the 130 or so bills he has failed to vote yea or nay on.

Based on his performance, one might assume that Obama is “still looking for his bearings”. Maybe Obama is simply a little envious since he can’t loose what he hasn’t found and wants to imply a more level playing field by his comment, trying to bring people’s perception of John McCain down to his, Obama’s, level.


3 Responses

  1. For Gunner Sykes:

    Thanks for the topic for my post:

    Is Obama a Victim of “Guilt by Association” or “Connecting the Dots”? .

    Your comment was inspiring! Earl

  2. Neocons never miss a chance to do a little warmongering and smear an opponent using guilt by association. They lost their bearings years ago.

  3. Main Entry: bear·ing
    Function: noun
    Date: 13th century
    1: the manner in which one bears or comports oneself
    2 a: the act, power, or time of bringing forth offspring or fruit b: a product of bearing : crop
    3 a: an object, surface, or point that supports b: a machine part in which another part (as a journal or pin) turns or slides
    4: a figure borne on a heraldic field
    5: pressure, thrust
    6 a: the situation or horizontal direction of one point with respect to another or to the compass b: a determination of position cplural : comprehension of one’s position, environment, or situation d: relation, connection; also : purport
    7: the part of a structural member that rests on its supports
    synonyms bearing, deportment, demeanor, mien, manner, carriage mean the outward manifestation of personality or attitude. bearing is the most general of these words but now usually implies characteristic posture . deportment suggests actions or behavior as formed by breeding or training . demeanor suggests one’s attitude toward others as expressed in outward behavior . mien is a literary term referring both to bearing and demeanor . manner implies characteristic or customary way of moving and gesturing and addressing others . carriage applies chiefly to habitual posture in standing or walking .

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