Originally posted by Dronetek
There is more to information to destroy this latest Obama/media smear job.
In addition, according to Ross, Obama knew a third specific question that Warren would ask — the one about a "president's emergency plan
for adoption." "[Warren] felt that since that was basically asking for a commitment, he felt that it was fair to tell them in advance that he
was going to ask them that," Ross told me. So Warren told Obama, and planned to tell McCain when McCain arrived at Saddleback, but wasn't able to
because of other distractions. So according to what Ross told me, Obama actually knew one more question in advance than did McCain.
So, Obama actually knew more of the questions ahead of time than Mccain did!
Dronetek...the way I see it.
When Obama was asked about the "Orphan" question he responded plainly saying ..paraphrasing "I researched this question before this appearance"
OTHERWISE Yes he knew the question AND he chose to be honest and let the world know he knew the question rather than play it otherwise to his
advantage as if he had the answer off the cuff...
AS OPPOSED TO McCain
Who was given the question about the "3 wisest people" and made a big show of thinking about his answer as if he was searching his thoughts. He had
the question and prepared answer beforehand.
I choose the HONEST man. The one who qualifies his answer with a decision to let the people know that he had the question and researched it rather
than create a false impression.
AND as far as Obama having one more question before hand...Are you taking into account that McCain opted not to sit in the "cone of silence" like he
agreed to and rather sat in the Limo listening to Obama's answers and getting coached by his staff? He had ALL the questions before hand AND Obama's
Like I said, I choose the man who was Honest.
[edit on 18-8-2008 by maybereal11]