Monday, August 18, 2008

The Fix Is In

Nevermind that McCain may have overheard Obama's answers. He didn't need to hear the answers, since he already had the questions. So did Obama. If you listen carefully, you'll hear irrefutable evidence that both candidates had advance knowledge of the questions.

Here are two specific examples:

Obama, when asked about the many millions of orphans available for adoption, said (I'm paraphrasing) "I have to admit I cheated on that question. I did some research."

McCain interjected the following (paraphrased) comment: "Are we going to get back to the appointment of Supreme Court Justices, or should we just move on?".

This was before he was asked the question.

You can't "get back" to a question you haven't yet been asked.