How McCain is out-strategizing Obama

Michael Barone describes how John McCain has gotten a strategically superior position to the Obama campaign, and the cluelessness of Obama about this situation. He uses the concept of the OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act.) Loop, drawing on the work of Charlie Martin published here at AT two weeks ago.

A man of integrity, Barone acknowledges this previous work, something many other mainstream journalists have failed to do when using ideas first published at this site. We already knew Barone was brilliant and insightful, but those qualities are not always as closely associated with grace and honor, as they are with Michael Barone.

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman
Michael Barone describes how John McCain has gotten a strategically superior position to the Obama campaign, and the cluelessness of Obama about this situation. He uses the concept of the OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act.) Loop, drawing on the work of Charlie Martin published here at AT two weeks ago.

A man of integrity, Barone acknowledges this previous work, something many other mainstream journalists have failed to do when using ideas first published at this site. We already knew Barone was brilliant and insightful, but those qualities are not always as closely associated with grace and honor, as they are with Michael Barone.

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman