It Takes a Public Affairs Professor...
"For Wilson School professor Stanley Katz, donating $250 to Obama's presidential primary campaign was a matter of 'putting my money where my hopes are. He's the only candidate who makes me feel like I did in the 1960s,' he added."
Apparently the efforts of the junior Senator from New York to get a $1,000,000 earmark of taxpayer funds for a Woodstock concert museum are not enough to merit the support of this Princeton professor. For this Public Affairs professor it is perhaps more important that Obama makes him feel juvenile, spaced out, self-indulgent, and desirous of other peoples' private property.
In contrast, the senior Senator from Arizona has very different memories of the 1960s than the Princeton Public Affairs professor. You can see Senator McCain's comments on the proposal for federal funding of the Woodstock concert museum and the 1960s here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIxLWbHf8NY&feature=user