And nobody in the Democrat party listens, apparently.
George McClellan, I mean, Wes Clark, was the seventh Democrat to question McCain's service and experience yesterday. Today, Obama security advisor Rand Beers became the eighth to do so (HT: Jim Geraghty, National Review).
Barry, I hope your surrogates change their evil ways (see, I can be for hope and change too!).
Either this is another case of the Secular Messiah saying one thing and doing another (Wright, Pfleger, et al) or nobody on his side really wants to listen to him. Even after he declared McCain's service out of bounds, his people were still doing that. Oh, well, I hear the bus revving up-you better get ready to join Grandma, the Reverend, and the Church.
It's funny, almost, and Jim really hit the nail on the head when he called it "Good cop, Bad cop" by Obama. Though you have to wonder-how many more advisors does he have to disavow before people get tired of it? There've already been a number of them-Samantha Power, for one, who quit after calling Hilary Clinton a monster.
Here's my question-how can we expect this guy to make all those dictators he's promised to meet unconditionally with listen to him, when he can't get the people he pays to?