O Force One stinks too.
Looks like some of the people who have been following their Messiah around on their Pilgramage of Change are getting sick and tired of Chosen One’s lack of organization and the fact that O Force One smells particularly bad, and is reported by a CBS Reporter, Dean Reynolds.
(NASHVILLE, TENN.) – After most of the previous 12 months covering Barack Obama’s campaign for the presidency, it was interesting, instructive and, well, relaxing to follow John McCain for the last few days. The differences between the two are striking.
Obama is the big time orator, McCain is the guy who struggles with a teleprompter or even note cards strategically placed nearby. Obama’s crowds are larger, more enthusiastic. McCain’s events are smaller, but to my eye, better choreographed. And now with the addition of Sarah Palin to some of his events, McCain can boast of crowds that match Obama’s in energy.
The McCain campaign plane is better than Obama’s, which is cramped, uncomfortable and smells terrible most of the time. Somehow the McCain folks manage to keep their charter clean, even where the press is seated.
Maybe none of this means much. Maybe a front-running campaign like Obama’s that is focused solely on victory doesn’t have the time to do the mundane things like print up schedules or attend to the needs of reporters.
But in politics, everything that goes around comes around.
I would like to Thank Mr. Reynolds, for his fair and balanced journalism … a rare find these days especially over at CBS (Central Barack Stations). Imagine what the White House is going to be like with that lack of organization and the lack of respect for the People House.