McCain complained that the Democratic nominee had added a work requirement to his proposal to grant a 10 percent universal mortgage credit. A top Obama aide said the campaign made the change two weeks ago to avoid charges the proposal provided "welfare" to the unemployed.
"Thirteen days to go in this election and he changed his tax plan because the American people had learned the truth about it and they didn't like it," he told several thousand at an evening rally here. "My friends, that's just another example that he'll say anything to get elected."
Yes, John, he'll say anything to say elected. And you, man of consistency that you are, will let others say anything to get you elected. Not that you are shy with the flip-flops yourself. I'm laughing so hard that it hurts.