Obama takes the bait

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    I have to admit, I hate being right so often :frown:

    Seriously though, it's truly amazing how McCain's people have made an extremely calculated political and partisan move seem non-political and bi-partisan. Like I said in the other thread - I love me some Rovian-Palinian police state tactics :D

    More: BREAKING NEWS: Obama Accepts Bush Invitation To Meet In Washington - News Story - WNBC | New York
     
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    The bait may be shoved up McMumbles butt.
     
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    Lol. Obama's toast.
     
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    After all of Ubama's bravado about multitasking, and continuing to campaign, and prepping for the debate, he ends up... GOING BACK TO WASHINGTON.

    This is what McCain did to Obama politically today:

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    Of course, Bush was in on the plan too :razz:
     
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    Look, going back to Washington wasnt the issue with me, the issue was trying to cancel the debate.
     
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    I have no doubt the debate will go on as scheduled.
     
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    Obama has made some serious mistakes during this campaign. His statistical lead will probably be gone by next week.
     
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    +1 me too ...
     
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    The issue is maneuvering Obama, and McCain and Palin have outmaneuvered him from the get go.

    They took all the fire from the DNC convention and his acceptance speech, and now they're freaking him out for the debate, and moving him all over the place.

    This is better than SHark Week on Discovery!
     
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    The lead which is probably a deficit to begin with, since many observers have pointed out that the MSM's polling techniques significantly overstate support for Obama :eusa_clap:
     

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