Barack Obama derides America's seniors

Vasko Kohlmayer
By releasing an ad mocking John McCain's lack of IT skills, Barack Obama has offended millions of America's senior citizens who have never quite made the leap to the computer age. Many of them will not appreciate this kind of sophomoric derision from a young elitist, whom many seniors consider nothing more than an arrogant upstart.

After offending women and all decent Americas with his comment linking lipstick (Sarah Palin's iconic identifier) to a pig, Obama now apparently seeks to alienate this country's senior citizens. This is just another episode showing how insensitive, rude, tone-deaf, and just plain nasty Barack Obama is.

Barack Obama is seriously mistaken if he thinks that voters give greater importance to a candidate's ability to send an e-mail than to wartime heroism and a lifetime of service. Seniors vote at the highest rate of any age group. The Obama campaign has just insulted millions of them.
By releasing an ad mocking John McCain's lack of IT skills, Barack Obama has offended millions of America's senior citizens who have never quite made the leap to the computer age. Many of them will not appreciate this kind of sophomoric derision from a young elitist, whom many seniors consider nothing more than an arrogant upstart.

After offending women and all decent Americas with his comment linking lipstick (Sarah Palin's iconic identifier) to a pig, Obama now apparently seeks to alienate this country's senior citizens. This is just another episode showing how insensitive, rude, tone-deaf, and just plain nasty Barack Obama is.

Barack Obama is seriously mistaken if he thinks that voters give greater importance to a candidate's ability to send an e-mail than to wartime heroism and a lifetime of service. Seniors vote at the highest rate of any age group. The Obama campaign has just insulted millions of them.