At it again:
Obama was asked if he, too, isn’t engaging in negative campaigning, and how is his negative talk different from McCain’s negative talk.
“This is the classic dilemma of politics,” Obama replied. “We get four or five shots in a row (assertions by McCain), that I would rather lose a war so that I can win a campaign, that I am not willing to visit the troops, that I somehow am full of myself, that I’m an empty-headed celebrity, whatever repeated attacks have been launched this week, so when I say, boy those are kind of silly arguments, the press says, isn’t that being negative. Well no, I’m describing what their strategy has been for the last week… I’m just stating the facts….
“Ultimately, what I think we’ve got to do is keep driving home the essential message of this campaign, that we’ve got to change business as usual… What we’ve seen this week ahs been politics as usual… This is the same thing that was done four years or eight years ago… You guys are all familiar with this. You’ve seen this before. We’ve seen this movie before.”