The McCain camp, always seeking to raise the bar on political discourse, is deriding the Democrats for being out of touch with the common people.
Yes, it's an extremely ironic statement whose irony is yet to be appreciated by about half of this country's voters. It's also nothing new.
What's new is what McSame is using as proof of Obama's aloofitude: the set for his acceptance speech.
I'm not kidding. They think the set that's being erected in Denver's Mile-High Stadium is too high-falutin', and they're refering to it as the Barackopolis. The set, which I could not find a picture of, appently features a number of Greecian-style columns.
While I can't help but agree that nothing's classier than a bunch of columns, I'm wondering if the DemCon set could possibly surpass this in grandiosity:
That's Bush, accepting his party's nomination at the 2004 Republican Convention. Hey, are those columns I see in the back there? Swanky!
Although truly, for uppity architecture, it's hard to beat this one:
Or that one:
Or how about this one:
Or, the ultimate in snootyville construction, the Ineptopolis: