McCain Sucks, Palin Sucks = No Bush left behind

Blab hags talking trash for McCain

Posted on: October 9, 2008

John McCain used to stand for something. He was a man’s man, a maverick, he was well-liked in the press, he was above board. He said he didn’t believe in negative campaigns.

What in the hell happened to him? Was it all a myth or did John McCain melt down under pressure to the lowest common denominator, now having Sarah and Cindy deliver snarky gut punches to Obama?

In “How McCain Lost His Brand – From maverick to crank in an instant” John Heilemann explores how McCain was, up until recently, a media darling with a gold-plated brand. But not anymore, thanks to Steve Schmidt, McCain’s chief strategist who ran the dirty Bush war room under Karl Rove in 2004.

Schmidt has the McCain campaign split apart in pieces, trying everything to see if something will stick. This week they sent out Sarah the barracuda to try to get people to believe that our U.S. Senator Obama is a friend to terrorists.

They’ve also got Cindy on the road saying the most preposterous things like when she was in a Tennessee children’s hospital, she told reporters that Obama has “waged the dirtiest campaign in American history.” Maybe she’s still got that drug problem, I don’t know, but the remark is so funny, I forgot to laugh.

It is inconceivable the old McCain would have allowed a small-town political bitch and his own wife do negative campaigning for him. All I can think of is that McCain was implanted with a pod in his sleep, in which a neutered version of himself has now developed. But then again, maybe it happened while he was fully awake, while drinking all of Schmidt’s Rovian kool-aid.


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