McCain has suspended his campaign to do his job as a Senator of the United States of America to take leadership at the time of worst Financial Crisis ever hit the Wall Street in the last 10 years.
Obama chided McCain that he can do both things at these troubled times: (i) Foreign Policy Debate for the next presidency, and (ii) addressing the wall street crisis. For Barack Obama, that’s leadership.
Obama spinners said that because McCain is losing election based on the polls, he caved in to the debate whose topic is McCain’s strongest suite.
The above may have some bearings, except when Barack Obama made his statement.
With respect to the debates, it’s my belief that this is exactly the time when the American people need to hear from the person who, in approximately 40 days, will be responsible for dealing with this mess.
And I think that it is — it is going to be part of the president’s job to deal with more than one thing at once. (Source)
Obama is seriously wanting to proceed with the debate because, according to him, Americans want to hear from the man who will be responsible for this mess starting 40 days from now.
So’ where’s the gaffe?
But if Obama wins the election during the election day, he needs to wait until January 20, 2008 to take over from President Bush. That is 117 days from now.
*If it’s not a gaffe, then what is it? *Some people will take this differently.
- That Obama only wants the power and glory.
- That he can’t wait to be in the White House.
- That he can’t wait to be called the President of the United States of America.
- That he uses the American people to hide his real motives.
That’s the real Obama plan. That’s the Democrats’ main plan. That’s what Obama and the Democrats think as the solution to the current Wall Street crisis.
Deep in his heart, does Obama really love the American people? Does Obama really care for the welfare of the American people? No. He loves himself more than anyone. His statement shows a STRONG EGO.
That’s the reason why some of us are wondering.
Is Barack Obama a megalomaniac?
Maybe not… only if Obama admits again that he has just made another gaffe, more distasteful than the previous “My Muslim Faith” gaffe.
PS: We don’t want to believe that he is a megalomaniac. We are just asking him to concede that he made a nasty gaffe.