|[Music, gunfire] Male Announcer: In the
midst of war, Senator Obama voted to cut off funding for our troops.
What did Biden say?
Biden (clip from Iowa State Fair 8/15/07): "They said they voted against the money to make a political point."
Announcer: He added...
Biden (clip from "Meet the Press 9/9/07): "This is cutting off support that will save the lives of thousands of American troops."
Announcer: Barack Obama.
Playing politics. Risking lives.
Not ready to lead.
McCain: I'm John McCain and I approve this message.
| Notes: The Obama campaign
“Despite what his increasingly desperate and dishonorable campaign says, John McCain opposed funding for our troops that would have brought them home, while Barack Obama voted against a blank check for George Bush. So if John McCain wants to talk about funding, he should explain why he voted against life-saving equipment for our troops in battle, voted repeatedly against funding for veterans health care, and wants to keep spending $10 billion a month in Iraq while the Iraqis have a surplus and our economy is in crisis,” said Obama-Biden spokesman Hari Sevugan.