The day after the RNC finished up, both the Obama and McCain campaigns were quick to hit the trail and quick to begin sniping at each other. The newly minted McCain/Palin ticket was on the ground today in Wisconsin where they were greeted with a large crowd. Meanwhile, Obama and Biden were talking economy over in Pennsylvania.
First, the report on McCain/Palin from CBS News:
More extended comments from Palin on CNN:
The Iraq issues is definitely an area where public opinion seems to, at least at the moment, side with McCain’s view on the surge. However, the Obama camp might score points arguing that McCain and Palin aren’t focusing on economic issues as much.
Next, the report on Obama/Biden from CBS News:
Extended comments from Biden via CNN:
A very interesting dynamic here as it’s clear that Obama and Biden think they found an opening on the economy which they claim wasn’t discussed that much during the GOP convention.
So which campaign is making the better point?