When it comes to John McCain’s assessment of conditions in Baghdad, the military knows he’s wrong, reporters in Iraq know he’s wrong, and now Iraqis themselves want to tell us that they know he’s wrong, too.

A credibility-killing moment – Crooks And Liars.com via digg

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It was bad enough last week when McCain said parts of Baghdad are safe for Americans to go for a stroll and that General Petraeus travels around the city “almost every day in a non-armed Humvee.” But McCain really seems to have pushed his luck by going to a Baghdad market, surrounding himself with 100 soldiers, three Blackhawk helicopters, and two Apache gunships, and then telling reporters that was able to walk freely in Iraq’s capital.

A credibility-killing moment – Crooks And Liars.com via digg

McCainは早くも脱落か。


Strolling in Bagdad – Comedy Central

対するObamaは絶好調の模様。まだまだ分かんないけどね。それにしても昨日のクローズアップ現代はつまらなかったなぁ。

DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) – Democrat Barack Obama raked in $25 million for his presidential bid in the first three months of 2007, placing him on a par with front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton and dashing her image as the party’s inevitable nominee.

Obama Rivals Clinton in Fundraising – Breitbart.com via digg

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