GOP Videos Question Obama's Experience
In a preview of what residents of battleground states may soon see on TV and hear on the radio, the Republican Party is targeting Barack Obama in a series of online videos that question his experience, and the unity of the Democratic Party.
"Experience," posted on the Republican National Committee YouTube channel, suggests that Obama is ill-prepared to live in the White House:
Does Barack Obama's thin resume prepare him to hold the most powerful office in the world? Does he have the judgment that experience informs to be Commander in Chief? Barack Obama. Lacking experience. Not ready to be commander in chief.
Separately, "Democrats vs. Obama" uses the words of Sen. Joseph R. Biden, former president Bill Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton and John Edwards to question Obama's experience and to compliment John McCain:
"As Barack Obama wheezes over the finish line to his Party's nomination, he has failed to convince voters that he has the experience and judgment to serve as Commander in Chief," said RNC Chairman Mike Duncan in a statement released tonight. "The Republican Party is united behind John McCain, and we look forward to his debates with Barack Obama on how best to create new jobs at home and win the war against radical Islamic extremism."
-- Ed O'Keefe
By Ed O'Keefe |
June 3, 2008; 11:07 PM ET
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