Free Advice, Worth Every Penny

Don’t ever demand someone stop attacking you. Doesn’t work. Don’t do it. Sounds weak. Sounds pathetic. And a lot else.

Look at John McCain attacking my patriotism. It’s sad what he’s become. He’ll do anything to get elected. Attack my patriotism. Change all his positions. Get in bed with the same people he used to say were the worst thing in politics. He’ll do anything to get elected …


Look at John McCain. He knows people are fed up with the politics he and George Bush support. So instead of saying what he’s for all he can think of to do is silly stuff like attacking my patriotism.

I’m not a message person so I’m sure a real one could come up with much better. But the point is. Don’t demand or beg or please or even ask. It’s silly and weak and achieves nothing. McCain’s weakness is that he’s abandoned everything he always said he believed in, just to be president. Against Bush/Rove attacks? Now they run his campaign? Reform? Now he’s for all of President Bush’s economic policies. It’s the mix of flip-flops and moral failures that made his one time admirer diagnose him with a “severe character defect.” A lot of people can see McCain’s moral and character problem. But it needs bringing to the surface. Obama should come at it soft and his surrogates hard. It has the deep virtue of being true. Whatever else, STOP BEGGING.

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