So what does he do now? Does he retract his statements and apologize as McCain has respectfully done? Does he take the high road and get back to the issues that matter? Nope. Instead, he's starting to go after Hillary's top-tier supporters in an indirect smear effort to call in to question Hillary's credibility. He's now going after Madeleine Albright.
From the Baltimoresun.com:
"If [Hillary] wants to tout her experience of having visited countries, that's fine," Obama said. But, he added, "I don't think that Madeleine Albright would think Hillary Clinton was the face of foreign policy during the Clinton Administration.
You might want to know exactly what you're talking about Mr. Obama before you start running your mouth about what other people should think. Shortly after, Madeleine Albright released a statement:
The former first lady "had represented American interests and values during her visits to more than 80 countries" and would "be ready from the very first day to lead our nation in a dangerous and complicated world, which is why I am supporting her candidacy."
Now, many of you reading this may not see this as Obama attacking Madeleine Albright, because it's done in a concealed manner. But what he has tried to do is force words into her mouth before she even has a chance to speak, in an effort to make her appear to be the antagonist if she happens to disagree. Also, it has been well known that Madeleine Albright is a fierce supporter of Hillary Clinton, so why Obama thought Albright wouldn't value Hillary's honorable service and experience as the first lady for 8 years is beyond us here at Vote for Hillary Online. Either this is out of ignorance, or there is a greater scheme behind all of this that will most definitely become more apparent in the days to come.