Wednesday, August 27, 2008
McCain Campaign Hits New Low
(After McCain Complained That Obama's More Popular And Compared Him To Paris Hilton)
PS - Note to Senator Obama: Idea for INVESCO? Great! Execution? Not so much. Classical design isn't hard, but people notice when you get the basics wrong. Next time call the Institute for Classical Architecture & Classical America and we'll set you up with someone better than Britney's set designer.
Below are contrasting photos of the backdrop at Invesco and a similar element at the Hearst Greek Theater at the University of California at Berkeley.
More photos after the jump. Huffington Post blogger Bob Cesca has photos of McCain with columns.
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Boy, do you guys have thin skin or what. Wait till the really negative ads begin.
I'm referring the the ones by the Obamarama campaign, that is.
Posted by: Kinch at Aug 29, 2008 12:02:50 AM
My comment was tongue in cheek. We've gone from the Straight Talk Express to the Say Anything, As Long As Its Negative BS.
Posted by: john massengale at Aug 30, 2008 9:14:16 PM
Yea this has gotten silly. Apparently the McCain camp has little to offer but cheap attacks.
Posted by: Dave Reid at Sep 2, 2008 10:23:53 AM
It was not the classical columns they were mocking, it was that they were fake Styrofome Hollywood columns that vanished after the concert ... er excuse me ... convention.
That and all the "Road to Change" Signs would have to make this one of the least sustainable tickets in history.
Posted by: Thom Shepard at Sep 4, 2008 1:52:39 PM
Read the McCain campaign's comments and show me where there's any support for what you say. Palin made a comment about styrofoam, but McCain and his handlers made it clear that they were talking about any use of columns.
Posted by: john massengale at Sep 12, 2008 10:14:33 AM