A tale of two offices

Thomas Lifson
Bookworm examines a press account of the personal offices created by Barack Obama and John McCain, and sees telling evidence of their respective characters.

One is a mensch, the other a product.  Obama's office is immaculate and beautiful.  It is also devoid of substance, showy, self-involved and cold....

If Obama’s office speaks the truth about the man, he is truly the post-modern candidate: all style and almost no substance. McCain is everyman — smart, loyal, deeply connected to people, and honorable.

Bookworm examines a press account of the personal offices created by Barack Obama and John McCain, and sees telling evidence of their respective characters.

One is a mensch, the other a product.  Obama's office is immaculate and beautiful.  It is also devoid of substance, showy, self-involved and cold....

If Obama’s office speaks the truth about the man, he is truly the post-modern candidate: all style and almost no substance. McCain is everyman — smart, loyal, deeply connected to people, and honorable.