McCain's Camp Responds
“Does a guy who made more than $4 million last year, just got back from vacation on a private beach in Hawaii and bought his own million-dollar mansion with the help of a convicted felon really want to get into a debate about houses? Does a guy who worries about the price of arugula and thinks regular people “cling” to guns and religion in the face of economic hardship really want to have a debate about who’s in touch with regular Americans?
“The reality is that Barack Obama’s plans to raise taxes and opposition to producing more energy here at home as gas prices skyrocket show he’s completely out of touch with the concerns of average Americans.” --McCain spokesman Brian Rogers
VOICE: Barack Obama, John McCain. Two candidates, one winner. The Battle of the Headlines is about to begin. First here's the pregame analysis with Ted Stantley and Gary Beckers.
STU: Well, I tell you, yet another day and yet another Battle of the Headlines where Barack Obama will come out on top.
DAN: That's right. He's undefeated. He wins every single time. It's a blowout. So you know.
STU: Every day, different stories telling the same story.
DAN: So let's head on down to the field and see another blowout from...
VOICE: The battle starts now. Here's Glenn Beck with today's headlines.
GLENN: Barack Obama headline number one: Obama in need of a game changer. Wait. What? Headline number two: It's up to Obama to erase the doubt. Hold it just a these are all headlines from America, right? Headline number three: Conventions need a believable script. And headline number four: Where is Obama's passion?
VOICE: It's time for halftime analysis with Ted Stantley and Gary Beckers.
STU: This is unbelievable.
DAN: Oh, my.
STU: Barack Obama has had a negative headline.
DAN: Not only has he had a negative headline, he's had horrible headlines. I can't believe it!
STU: John McCain has a chance here. I don't want to build it up but he actually has a chance here the second half. This is unbelievable!
DAN: If he can just not suck one time, he's got it!
VOICE: The second half starts now. Once again here's Glenn Beck.
GLENN: Headline number one: Republican John McCain leads election poll. Headline number two: Americans trust John McCain more than Obama. And headline number three: In debate preview, encouraging signs for McCain.
VOICE: Once again Barack Obama comes out on top wait a minute. What? McCain won that round? You're [BLEEP] me. Really? Let me read these again. That can't be right.
GLENN: I can't believe it. That's just
STU: We did we omitted the "John McCain forgets how many houses he has" headline.