The newest line of attack:
A leading surrogate for John McCain called Barack Obama “frighteningly inexperienced” Tuesday, the latest effort from the Arizona senator’s presidential campaign to step up its criticism of the Democratic presidential candidate while he travels abroad.
Speaking on a conference call with reporters, Rep. Heather Wilson, R-New Mexico, sharply criticized Obama and his presidential campaign for suggesting the Iraqi government had endorsed his timetable for withdrawal from the war-torn country.
Aside from the fact that she is just wrong or lying about the iraqi government, let us take a look at the kind of experience Heather Wilson brings to the table:
Rep. Heather Wilson has long been among the most vulnerable Republicans in Congress, eking out wins in a Democratic-leaning New Mexico district because of her independent reputation and persistent campaigning.
She now faces a new challenge to her future as well as her reputation: involvement in a growing political tempest over the firings of eight U.S. attorneys by the Justice Department.
Wilson acknowledged Monday night that last October she contacted then-New Mexico U.S. Attorney David Iglesias to inquire about the pace of a corruption probe against the state treasurer, a Democrat. But she firmly denied calling to pressure Iglesias to speed the indictment process.
The real Republican experience- being crooked from top to bottom, from the former Keating Five candidate to the surrogates who speak for him.