McCain Tells Obama to Dump Wesley Clark

More hope and change…
The candidate with no time in the military but with years of experience in black liberation theology is attacking a former 5 year Prisoner of War for his service to the country.

This Oct 26 1967, file photo provided by the Library of Congress shows Navy fighter pilot John McCain, center, being captured by Vietnamese civilians in Truc Bach Lake near Hanoi Vietnam. The jeering crowd that pulled McCain from Hanoi’s Truc Bach Lake bayoneted McCain in the foot and smashed his shoulder with a rifle butt. That was his first day as a POW in North Vietnam.
(Photo/Library of Congress)

This is outrageous!
After General Wesley Clark attacked Senator McCain, a 5 year POW in North Vietnam, another Obama surrogate, Senator Jim Webb, came out today and told McCain to “calm down” about using his service in the campaign.
This comes from a freshman Democrat who based his entire campaign on his military service.

Here’s a clue for Jim Webb—
McCain didn’t bring it up- Clark did.

After this latest attack on McCain’s service, the 5th attack on McCain’s military record, the McCain Camp finally responded to this shameful democratic tactic.
TPM Central reported:

Now the McCain campaign is responding to Webb, arguing that Webb’s comments prove that Obama “can’t control his surrogate operation.” McCain spokesperson Brian Rogers sends us this:

If you didn’t think this was a coordinated attack on John McCain’s credentials before, it’s clear now that it is. Barack Obama’s surrogates are telling the McCain campaign to “calm down” about attacks on his military record? Seriously? Now somehow Wes Clark’s attacks are John McCain’s fault? It’s absurd. If Barack Obama can’t control his own surrogate operation, how can he be trusted to run the country?

Later today McCain told Obama to dump Wesley Clark .

UPDATE: Excuse me… Clark was the 8th Democrat to attack McCain on his military service.
Thanks Nahanni

UPDATE 2: Wesley Clark is outed as a cheap Democratic Party hack by Power Line.

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