Yep, that’s Obama, alright. But in his campaign’s swarmy double-speak, he’s flexible.

Obama flip-flops on public funding, shows off his new seal and plays the race card; all in one news cycle. Amazing. Quoting Ed Morrissey from The Anchoress’ post, and then her observation:

Just as with his untrue statements on Republican financing and 527s, Obama seems content to issue lies and smears in order to inflame the electorate. There is more than a little hint of McCarthyism in this tactic. Joe McCarthy waved pieces of paper around and claimed to have lists of Communists in government that he never substantiated. Obama likes to accuse Republicans of racism without any proof, either, while apparently discounting the real race-card playing in his own party.

If he has proof that the Republican Party and/or John McCain plan racist attacks on him, let him show it. If he doesn’t, then Obama is guilty of his own racial pandering and should apologize.

[…] Obama has several times told us that the people he knew yesterday are not the people he knows today. Perhaps the vote he knows today is not the vote he knew yesterday?

What does all of this say about Obama’s character? Nothing terrifically impressive, not yet. Apparently some see “change”, but I see same old, same old.

Michelle Malkin has more on the Obama’s new seal. Along with a creepy reference to Revelation 20.3 in the teaser (you have to go back to her home page to see the teaser for this post).

Macranger (h/t Fausta) notes,

As I noted before the seal shows what appears to be an eagle in retreat with it’s back turned on the Flag. Couple this with Obama’s desire to “Remake” and “Disarm” America and we have all the reason in the world to be alarmed and ask questions.

Scared Monkeys calls it a faux seal for a faux candidate. Bingo!

…Obama is nothing more than a scripted, fauxto-shopped 21st century, internet age candidate. Obama has all the zeal of a Hollywood movie President and maybe that is the reason for the need to show he is Presidential-like … even if he just plays one on TV.

Obama is the gift that keeps on giving to his opponent McCain. In fact, McCain’s spokesman Tucker Bounds responded,

“I think we can all agree that we need presidential candidates that are serious enough not to play make-believe on the campaign trail.”

“It’s laughable, ridiculous, preposterous and revealing all at the same time,” Bounds said.

Perfect adjectives for the candidate of no substance, no really new and workable ideas, no experience, no character, no integrity, no love of country, no humility. In other words, just another Bear of Little Brain, lost outside his Hundred Acre Wood. But with a big budget and the media in his back pocket.

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