King told the Spencer (Iowa) Daily Reporter:
"I will tell you that, if he is elected president, then the radical Islamists, the al-Qaida, the radical Islamists and their supporters, will be dancing in the streets in greater numbers than they did on September 11 because they will declare victory in this War on Terror."
An Obama mouthpiece took offense:
"These comments have no place in our politics, and we hope Senator McCain will repudiate them like he has previous offensive comments from his supporters," Obama spokesman Tommy Vietor said in a statement.
Here's the thing.
King was right.
If Senator Barack Hussein Obama (D-IL) wins the election, al-Qaeda will be dancing in the streets.
Just like they'd be if Senator Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton (D-IL-AR-DC-NY) is elected.
Both Clinton and Obama say they'd pull U.S. troops out of Iraq. I will say that I think Obama means it, while I think Clinton is just saying she would in order to get elected.
My candidate, Senator John Sidney McCain, III (R-AZ), won't cut and run. He'll make sure the job is done before our service members all come home.
The election of Senator McCain would cause fear and trembling in our enemies.
The election of Obama or Clinton would just make things worse.
Clinton, because, though I personally think she'll leave the troops there, al-Qaeda thinks she'll cut and run, and they'll be emboldened.
Obama, because he would cut and run. He has no backbone. He has no foreign policy experience. And he has no place in the Oval Office.