Premature elocution

Moe found at Drudge that the Obama campaign released their debate talking points a tad early. Here they are, in their full glory:

* This is John McCain’s last chance to turn this race around and somehow convince the American people that his erratic response to this economic crisis doesn’t disqualify him from being President.

* Just this weekend the weekend, John McCain vowed to “whip Obama’s you-know-what” at the debate, and he’s indicated that he’ll be bringing up Bill Ayers to try to distract voters.

* So we know that Senator McCain will come ready to attack Barack Obama and bring his dishonorable campaign tactics to the debate stage.

Obama continues to lead on the economic crisis with a rescue plan for Main Street.

* Over the course of the campaign, Barack Obama has laid out a set of policies that will grow our middle class and strengthen our economy.

* But he knows we face an immediate economic emergency that requires urgent action – on top of the plans he’s already laid out – to help workers and families and communities struggling right now.

* That’s why Barack Obama is introducing a comprehensive four-part Rescue Plan for the Middle Class – to immediately to stabilize our financial system, provide relief to families and communities, and help struggling homeowners.

* This is a plan that can and should be implemented immediately.

* Obama has shown steady leadership during this crisis and offered concrete solutions to move the country forward – and his Rescue Plan for the Middle Class builds on the plans to strengthen the economy and rebuild the middle class that he’s laid out over the course of this campaign.

* Already in this campaign, he’s unveiled plans to give 95 percent of workers and their families a tax cut, eliminate income taxes for seniors making under $50,000, bring down the cost of health care for families and businesses; and create millions of new jobs by investing in the renewable energy sources.

* John McCain has been erratic and unsteady since this crisis began – staggering from position to position and trying to change the subject away from the economy by launching false character attacks.

In short, the O campaign’s talking point is that McCain’s “erratic and unsteady”, i.e., nuts.

Any of you doing drinking games during the debate perhaps should consider doing the drinking after the debates as the Dem hacks on CNN, MSNBC et al, parrot the “talking points” over and over. Double shots for every time someone says “erratic“.

You still have a couple of hours to stock up on booze.

UPDATE
Well, it didn’t take long for the NYT to regurgitate

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8 Responses to “Premature elocution”

  1. Anthony (Los Angeles) Says:

    Make mine a Ketel One martini, very dry.

    If I’m going to have to drown my sorrows, it might as well be with the good stuff. :)

  2. Fausta Says:

    I’ll have one too, with one large green olived stuffed with onion!

  3. Shane Says:

    Do the drinking after the debate? Good advice Fausta. I don’t think I have enough booze for both the debate and the spin afterward!

  4. Fausta Says:

    See you in tonight’s livechat, Shane!

  5. Pat Patterson Says:

    Airrattic, aratick, errahtic, erotic, ayertick…err, what was that word again?

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