MCCAIN SUCKZ: God I LOVE this woman!

15 09 2008

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7 08 2008

The blogs are swooning over this…she ain’t that funny…

Via Towleroad

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8 07 2008

Oh McCain baby, how can you be frightened of an old woman? But you’re such a niiiiii-ce guy no?

This woman is a legend. She held up a McCain = Bush sign and was told to leave the outside of the town hall were McCain was talking. She looks barely a day over 100. Come on you Republicans. You bitch and whine, thinking your all so tough and shit cause you can say nigger and Jew in the same paragraph. But I’ll be damned when the tables are turned in the utmost civil manner-you cry like a petulant bunch of babies you really are

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MEDIA BITES: Why the HELL is the media leaving John McCain ALONE?!!

9 06 2008

Not only should the possibility of an Iraq voting 90 year old Bush puppet put ANY self respecting right-winger off; it seems to be his saving grace! Why is NO ONE looking at McCain!

Well, I am. Sorta. When I can be arsed to post.

“But there is another Mrs McCain who casts a ghostly shadow over the Senator’s presidential campaign. She is seldom seen and rarely written about, despite being mother to McCain’s three eldest children.

And yet, had events turned out differently, it would be she, rather than Cindy, who would be vying to be First Lady. She is McCain’s first wife, Carol, who was a famous beauty and a successful swimwear model when they married in 1965.”
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MEDIA BITES: McCain has had to reject a second pastor endorsement! DOH!!

23 05 2008

Will they play this out like they did Obama’s pastor problem?

Do you think so? Do you?


Yeah Right.
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What? So the Republicans don’t even trust or like McCain?

29 04 2008

Well this says it all.

    McCain BBC news

“Many Republicans have now concluded that it is only McCain’s willingness to challenge recent Republican orthodoxy that has left him in a position to credibly contend for the White House, given public dissatisfaction with today’s Republican leadership.

“If he hadn’t disagreed with us, he wouldn’t have a chance of being president,” said Representative Zach Wamp of Tennessee.”
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