Monday, August 11, 2008

Fair and Balanced?

Even Fox News is sick of McSame's lies about Obama.

Chris Wallace bangs McSame mouthpiece Rick Davis pretty hard:
WALLACE: Does Senator McCain really believe that, that this country is worse off
than we were four years ago?
DAVIS: Sure. All along the trail, John McCain campaigns around real people. He goes to town halls and he hears what they have to say to him. You don't have to be in very many town halls, Chris, to understand that people are pinched by the increase in gas prices. They're losing jobs because of some downturn in manufacturing. And the economy as a whole has been very hard on the American family. That's what John McCain's referring to. He doesn't have to go very far every day to find those kinds of
WALLACE: Given that, I want you to respond to this clip from an Obama ad. Take a look.
MCCAIN: The president and I agree on most issues. There was a recent study that showed that I voted with the president over 90 percent of the time.
WALLACE: In fact, Mr. Davis, Senator McCain is understating it. Last year, he voted to support Bush legislation 95 percent of the time. Given that, if the country's worse
off, isn't both the president and John McCain — aren't they both responsible?

I haven't seen the actual interview, but Wallace seems not to be content with the manure being spread by the McSame campaign, and paints McSame to be the ultimate insider, voting with Bush 95% of the time.

Damn good read, if you want to laugh a little.

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