Obama and the 3:00 A.M. Phone Call

Hillary Clinton asked who was better qualified to take a 3:00 A.M. phone call if the country was in trouble. We think she, like John McCain, would have suspended her Presidential campaign had she been the Democratic nominee. Barack Obama, meanwhile, showed that performance of his job (U.S. Senator) is subordinate to his Presidential aspirations per this E-mail from his campaign manager, David Plouffe.

    This morning Barack called John McCain to suggest a joint statement of principles that would help Congress resolve the immediate financial crisis.

    Then John McCain went on television and said he was suspending his campaign and that Friday’s presidential debate should be postponed.

    Barack spoke about the crisis and took questions from reporters a few hours ago.

    He also made it clear that — with only 40 days left for the American people to decide who will be responsible for leading our economic future — it is more important than ever that the scheduled debate takes place.This morning Barack called John McCain to suggest a joint statement of principles that would help Congress resolve the immediate financial crisis.

    Then John McCain went on television and said he was suspending his campaign and that Friday’s presidential debate should be postponed.

    Barack spoke about the crisis and took questions from reporters a few hours ago.

    He also made it clear that — with only 40 days left for the American people to decide who will be responsible for leading our economic future — it is more important than ever that the scheduled debate takes place.

We would like to hear the debate because we would love to hear Barry try to get by without a teleprompter to tell him what to say, but we agree with John McCain that the needs of the United States come first, and that the debate should be postponed. There will be plenty of time for McCain to mop up the floor with the empty suit while Sarah Palin makes mincemeat of Joe “No New Coal Plants” Biden before Election Day.

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