Sunday, April 01, 2007

John "Just Say Anything" McCain Watch...

Senator McCain takes a Sunday stroll to prove a point. As you can see, he had a little help.

In the past year or two, I've gone from looking forward to voting for him in 2008, to worrying about his judgment, to believing he's legitimately delusional. The prospect of him sitting in the Oval Office keeps getting scarier.

What an amazing downward spiral -- a real shame.

14 Comments:

Blogger kaimu said...

ALOHA !!

WHAT A FOOL !!!


Just vote them all out ... Vote their wives and kids out also!

4/02/2007 3:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My husband and I gave McCain a sizeable donation when he ran in 2000. Now, we're just stunned by the guy. What's happened to him?

First toadying to the crazy Right and not even being very good at it. And now, his nonsense about Iraq. He seems lost, disorganized in his thinking, and sometimes just downright befuddled, like an aged uncle with signs of oncoming senility.

He looks too old and too tired to be a viable candidate. It will be interesting to see how long he lasts.

4/02/2007 9:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hate to say this but this guy has a few screws loose. I also think that he will even go more downhill.

I do not think much of a man that butters up to a president after swift boating him during the 2000 primary.

Has this guy no integrity? We do not need another "Bush" in the WH who does not seem to understand reality and has not integrity.
At the moment after watching the antics of the GOP Congress and Bush, it might be long time before I will vote for a Republican again. It seems that the GOP do not understand or really believe in our Constitution.

4/02/2007 10:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know which tinfoil theory is sadder -- the one that Rove's got some kind of virulent blackmail material he's using to keep McCain in line; or the one that McCain, at the age of 70 and after a *very* physically stressful career, is starting to develop Alzheimer's disease. My own best guess would be a milder synthesis: McCain knows he's old & frail enough that 2008 is his last realistic shot at the presidency, and the Rovian Ratf**kers running the GOP primaries are using his desperation as a club to make him parrot the toxic mixture of lies and inanities that the primary-loading Base 29% finds comforting. The poor bustard is making himself unelectable in the national contest, for fear of not being able to get past the preliminaries. I'm afraid we're going to see some of the most dispiriting performances since Stockton ran for vice-president under Ross Perot, at the expense of a genuinely patriotic American, and all for the benefit of one of the biggest gangs of crooks, thugs, religious bigots, and general blights on humanity since the Tammany Hall days. -- Anne Laurie

4/02/2007 11:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

two words

Chuck Hagel

4/02/2007 11:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd go with early senility.

4/02/2007 1:52 PM  
Anonymous Davebo said...

"two words

Chuck Hagel"

Talk is cheap. Chuck Hagel's talk is even cheaper.

If you want to be comforted by his loud cries that every senator should be forced to tell the voters where he stands on Iraq that's fine.

Just remember that when he yet again votes against cloture on a bill requiring just that.

4/02/2007 2:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

On Hagel - which bill specifically are you talking about?

As for 2008 i'm voting for whomever has the best chance of getting the US out of Iraq without too much disgrace, and who also will not start or join in any wars except a defensive one.

I can think of no candidate, of either party (aside from Ron Paul, the dream candidate) who appears to have the history and balls to follow through aside from Hagel.

You got a better choice, toss him/her out for consideration. If not, go back to fretting about cloture.

4/02/2007 4:18 PM  
Anonymous Gus said...

It reminds me of a really stupid Kevin Bacon movie called The Big Picture or something like that. The Kevin Bacon character is an up and coming filmmaker who insists he'll show integrity and make his films his way. By the time the studio execs get through with his film it's a teen sex comedy called Beach Balls or something like that. That's McCain. Whatever it takes to get the deal done.

4/02/2007 6:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

always feel bad saying nasty things about anyone who has actually been in war like mr. mccain has...dont like or trust any of the candidates on offer...

4/02/2007 9:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The joke now is that McCain will be hiding his own Easter eggs this year at the White House festivities.

4/03/2007 7:16 AM  
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