I'm not sure why, but for some reason it bothers me a lot more when Obama lies than it does when McCain lies.
It also bothers me more when Obama points fingers. Like during the debate, when he, quite literally, pointed his finger. Brokaw was scolding both candidates on going over their time, and Obama pointed at McCain and said, "I'm just trying to keep up with John."
It really bothers me that Obama is like that. That he feels the need to say "It's not my fault." The fact that so much of his campaign is based on this very premise (It's not my fault we're in Iraq/It's not my fault we've got this economic crisis/It's not my fault gas prices are high, etc.) has me really concerned. Over the last couple weeks I've begun to lean more heavily in Obama's favor. But I'm almost upset at myself for that fact. The whole strategy of trying to point fingers is so immensely frustrating.
This isn't about comparing the two candidates, offsetting Obama's guilt with McCain's. I don't care which of them is worse than the other. I'm just frustrated by the fact that Obama simply doesn't demonstrate any integrity. I can't see the man as a leader. And that's a problem.
Fed up with your indigestion.
Swallow words one by one.