McCain’s response to Georgia/Russia conflict shows presidential qualities

I’ve been searching for the right words to describe the differences between McCain’s response to the war Russia has waged on Georgia, and Obama’s initial response (which was later revised to sound more like McCain’s), but Investor’s Business Daily pretty much sums up my feelings on the matter.   The differences, as they note, are indeed stark. 

McCain clearly knows what he’s talking about, while Obama’s statements (made while he is vacationing in Hawaii) sound like they’re being read from cue cards.  This is one situation where, unfortunately for him, not even a teleprompter (or hoping that McCain will be asked the tough questions first a la Hillary during the primary debates) will help.

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