McCain’s Leadership

October 21, 2008 at 7:19 am | Posted in American politics | Leave a comment

So supposedly the McCain campaign is going to consider raising the Wright card in these last two weeks. Their rationale is that John Lewis called McCain a George Wallace. Before this, the supposed rationale that McCain used to raise Ayers was that Obama didn’t want to meet him in 10 townhall meetings over the summer.

So let’s see what kind of leader McCain is. McCain chooses to raise the Ayers connection and doesn’t take responsibility that he made that choice of his own free will. He says, in fact, that he had no choice. He says that he could not choose to take the high road and not bring up Ayers. He says that the inevitable, inexorable progression of Obama declining the townhall offer is that Ayers would be brought up. What kind of leader is he if he cannot make choices of his own free will?

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