John McCain has now released a statement regarding Barack Obama's "bitter" comments. Here it is below:
"I think those comments are elitist. I think that anybody who disparages people who are hard-working, honest, dedicated people who have cherished the Second Amendment and the right to hunt and the right to observe that and their values and their culture that they value and that they've grown up with and sometimes in the case of generations, and saying that's because they're unhappy with their economic conditions? I think it's a fundamental contradiction of what I believe America is all about."
Obama not only has to fight Hillary Clinton. He has to fend off McCain too. He's getting tag teamed from both sides. I guess Obama could make the case to super delegates that he has what it takes to win in the general election because he's fighting two candidates now compared to just one in the fall. If he makes it that far. That's still an open question.