Talk:McCain, Obama win Wisconsin primary
wow - that's a blatantly pro McCain attempt at news. This is "wiki news" not "wiki opinion". Those quotes don't even pertain to the event - they are just furthuring the candidate's negative campaign agenda. If you are going to feature a quote that bashes the other party then the least you could do is use a quote that might represent a counter opinion. I've followed these three remaining candidates like a hawk for the last few months and I promise you the "empty rhetoric" phrase is an attempt to ensnare the majority of voters who don't take time to listen to debates, read candidate's websites and research candidate's past accomplishments. Senator Obama has carefully outlined his plans in writing and when questioned during interviews and debates. It is not realistic to expect such detail in the soundbites of TV news which most Americans rely on. The only time most people see any of these candidates is when they are speaking for five or ten seconds at a rally -- and a rally is not a feasible context for going into detail on anything. You are empowering a desperate strategy to throw mud on Senator Obama's ability to actually utilize the English language - a recent rarity in U.S. politics. You, the "writer" of this article are furthuring an unfair, dishonest technique.