Friday, September 26, 2008

McCain Wins!

The Ministry of Truth is reporting that McTurd has already begun circulating evidence that he has won tonight's debate. Granted, he may not even appear, but Palin will not have to talk herself further into a political grave, so in a way he is right, he has won by her not being seen or heard.

Did anyone see the Couric interview? Clearly enough people have not, because we should be burning tires in the streets for the very possibility that a system would let a creature this daft come as close as she has come to running the country. She makes me long for the good old days of having only partially "challenged" folk like George W. Bush in power, and his reign of destruction isn't even over.

But hey, I don't want to take the spot light away from McBigCheek-- he really earned that victory in the debate that hasn't happened and that he might not attend. He won it fair and square, 10 hours before the moderator asked the first question!

He is such a maverick that he does not even respect the time/space continuum.

This man has no use for the truth, and for good reason. The truth is against him. I don't recall where I heard this (Internets syndrome- help me out if you know), but someone pointed out that McMyFriends has banked his entire run for the White House on the stupidity of the American People...And that's what keeps me up at night.


Comrade Kevin said...

Maverick defeats McCain! Film at 11.

alzaido alzaido said...

McCain is depending in large on the huge segment of the population that gets the bulk of their news from commercials that air while they are watching Springer and sitcoms. Many people do not read at all, no newspapers, no websites, no magazines. Many of those who do not read do not watch BORING NEWS programs either. That is to say, John McCain's lies go unchecked by huge amounts of our general public.

In a Jeff Foxworthy way, You might be a McCain supporter if your IQ is low. Those poor bastards have know idea that he acts opposite his rhetoric.

Randal Graves said...

Respecting the space-time continuum isn't Maverick-y.