So apparently Wes Clark, probably vying for a VP or Sec of Defense spot or something, mentioned that amongst all the talk of Obama not having the experience or qualifications for President, neither does McCain really. He made a point of praising McCain's service first, but the media seems to be ignoring that. Here's Clark "Swiftboating" McCain: The press of course went nuts (really nuts), not that they actually quoted him correctly or really looked at what he said, or brought up McCain's actual shortcomings, or the obvious irony when they then criticized Clark's service, or that McCain actually hired an actual Swiftboater who they didn't seem to have a problem with when Kerry was being criticized, but that's the liberal media for you. Obama backed off the comments, helped by Clark saying he was speaking as himself not as a surrogate for Obama's campaign, but also defended him, saying it wasn't a Swiftboat. The McCain Campaign, meanwhile, accused the Obama camp of coordinating with Webb to attack McCain when Webb said "calm down" (seriously, that's all he said). I'm wondering, with all of the real issues going on right now that really affect us, why the news is still focuses on crap like this no one really cares about except when they're preaching to the converted. But again, McCain actually hired an actual Swiftboater, and there was almost nothing out there about it.