"Obama in Ohio: "I Fear No Man When I've Got Truth On My Side"" from Political Punch reports that Barack Obama has continued his Messiah tour in Berea, Ohio - where an alleged reporter from the crowd tricked Obama and the crowd into saying the Pledge of Allegiance - which apparently the Obama campaign didn't think was important to have on the schedule.
Obama then went on to claim, as a non-serving self-server, that truth is on his side who wouldn't put his life or campaign on the line as he is too self-important:
"Our politics has gotten so – ah – nasty – that’s the word I was looking for," said Obama. "But not just nasty, also cynical and manipulative, right? Where we say things that we don’t mean.
"So John McCain says ‘Barack would rather lose the war to win an election’ – he just said something like that," Obama continued. "You know, despite the fact that if we had followed my recommendation not to go into the war in Iraq we would have about an extra trillion dollars to rebuild our economy, we would have been on the path of energy independence, we would have finished the job in Afghanistan and gone after al Qaeda.
"So I’m happy to have a battle of words because I’ve got facts on my side," he concluded. "I’ve got truth on my side! I fear no man when I’ve got truth on my side!"