Barack Obama is getting feisty, and he’s doing it in battleground states like North Carolina and Virginia.
Hammering away at John McCain with what promises to be a refrain we’ll hear until November, Obama is linking McCain and George Bush with one salvo after another, hoping the latter’s poor approval rating will drag down his party’s presumtive nominee.
Obama is like a well-produced McDonalds advertisement. His rhetoric is so clearly defined that it resonates like a jingle.
Everytime I see McCain, I can just hear Obama saying, “100 years in Iraq, 100 Years in Iraq.”
It’s this type of relentless branding that will help Obama defeat McCain in November.