He also said “politics should be put aside” … as he tried to make points to slam Senator McCain again and again. Hummmmmm …
Like Stephanie Cutter who appeared on Fox News this morning just before him, he adroitly managed to get all of his ten or twelve talking points in essentially within one sentence. It was nothing short of amazing.
As they both pointed out, Senator Obama can multitask. He can handle more than one thing at a time. Apparently, Senator Obama is one of those people who can perform open heart surgery while playing golf.
But he’s in daily contact with Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Secretary Paulson. I’m sure the patient would be reassured when his surgeon calls the hospital everyday to see how the patient is doing rather than coming in to see him.
Do you get my point. It’s called setting priorities and doing your job. It has nothing to do with being able to do more than one thing at a time. Sometimes the patient wants to feel like he has the complete attention of his doctor., that his physician is giving him his full attention and not talking to everyone in the room after he asks the patient how the patient is doing.
Isn’t Senator Obama still Senator Obama?
Meanwhile Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi treat John McCain like he’s the janitor in the men’s room at the Congressional office building rather than one of their colleagues. That’s probably wrong. They probably treat the janitor with more respect.
If there’s one thing I intensely dislike it’s arrogance and snobbery.
It seems that Senator Reid and Representative Pelosi are confusing Senator McCain with Senator Obama They’re apparently used to Senator Obama not having any input or actually doing his job.
It’s also fairly obvious that Senator Obama is extremely experienced in doing nothing substantive while allowing others to do the work and then taking credit for their efforts as Senator Obama has repeatedly shown by his campaign statements and previous actions in the Illinois legislature.