Geez, Yoyo... that is pathetic..<br><br>What's worse is they pull this crap and think most Americans are still stupid enough to not see through it... <br>haven't they been watching Faux Noise's ratings losses ....<br><br>sorry ... some (30%) are still fooled, but the majority has finally seen the truth and are immune to the right wing "black death".<br><br>McCain is pathetic - so is Graham... to think they risked American lives (security force) for their own photo Ops... now tell us WHO supports the troops? I hope they both get booted next time they run !!<br><br>David (OFI)
I am happy to see McCain's run go up in smoke. It was sad the first time as he fell to Rove's dirty tricks in the Carolinas. Maybe it is just a karmic backlash as he has been kissing the Rovian ass ever since.<br><br>He never broke in the North Vietnam prisons but he runs after the ball when Rove says fetch? Weird dude. Not a good selection to run the country.<br><br>
Abso-fukin-lutely!<br><br>perhaps he was counting on a (Bush's)brain transplant.<br>While it's sad to see him broken on the wheel,<br>but it's better to see him for what he was before it went any further.<br><br>[color:white].</font color=white><br>
_________________________ . "...or am I a butterfly dreaming she's a woman?"
The wheels flew off The Straight Talk Express quite a while ago, but it was his hugging & backslapping for the Bush '04 campaign that wiped clean any admiration he earned four years earlier. McCain's stroll through Baghdad and happyface press conference put him in the same league as Baghdad Bob. <br><br>
McCain and Baghdad Bob. Pretty good comparison.<br><br>McCain's sidekick on the trip, the Senator from Indiana had the most delusional line. I don't think even Bob spoke crazy like this:<br>ôlike a normal outdoor market in Indiana in the summertime."<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
It gets lamer and lamer. Now that he's had a chance to assess his little stroll through the Land of the Fried and the Home of the Desperate, he can change that name from McNuts to McToast. <br><br>[color:blue] "I can understand why [the Army] would provide me with that security, but I can tell you that if it had been two months ago and I'd asked to do it, they would have said, 'Under no circumstances whatsoever.' I view that as a sign of progress," says McCain.</font color=blue><br><br><br>Dumb enough. But then he drops this little gem ~<br><br>[color:blue] "I believe we can succeed and I believe that the consequences of failure are catastrophic," he tells Pelley. "I disagree with what the majority of the American people want.</font color=blue><br><br><br>Wow, what a way to run for President.<br><br>Losers are as losers do<br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:blue]Just push play ~ Theyre gonna bleep it anyway ~ </font color=blue><br><br>
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
What scares me most is that the bushtard may have set a precedent that the next fearless leader may decide s/he can follow, rather than return the office to it's intended stance and demeanor. I certainly see Romney falling into that bucket. Thankfully the only bucket I see McCain falling into is the one under the seat in the outhouse.<br><br>
When will these morons learn to just keep their mouths shut?<br>here we have McCain. then there was Newt a few days ago equating Spanish with ghetto talk. WTF was that dummo statement? <br>Then Gonzales and now he's practicing -having mock hearings in prep for his day in Congress...<br><br>not to mention the daily BS from GW , Cheney, Rice, and the rest of the Bush liar team.<br><br>Krist ! they've all gone loco !!<br>a bunch of retards !! (apologies to those born with mental disoprders)<br>these bozos acquired theirs through indoctrination.<br><br>David (OFI)
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