"See my website" is so, so stupid
"See my website" is just not an adequate answer, to anything, and it wouldn't be even if the site were guaranteed to be in synch with the mailers, the speeches, the interviews, and the Internet trolling, which of course it isn't.
We're electing a person that we're connecting with, for good or ill. And the way we connect is through the spoken, (quasi-)spontaneous word.
Through talking points. Like "Morning again in American." Or "It's the economy, stupid." Or "Read my lips, no new taxes."
We're not electing a web site.
The best the web site can do is give some vague indication of where the candidate stands on policy, and whether they've got the smarts to hire good techies. And for policy, I'd argue that the track record, the contributor list, and above all the hires provide far better indications of where the candidates are going.
So could Obama's supporters, and Obama's ______ ers, please stop with the "See my website" talking point? It's just silly.
It's like an empty suit saying "But wait! The suit sitting in the Barcalounger back at my house isn't empty!" So why isn't that suit talking to me, then?