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Saturday, October 18, 2008

McCain Reveals His Rotten, Corrupt Inner-Nature

Here he refers to the JFK assassination as an "intervention":

Here he raises his eyebrows when Obama mentions that the killings of labor leaders have not been prosecuted in Columbia:

Here he mocks the idea of women's health relating to pregnancy:

The man is sick-- evil sick.


Blogger nickname said...

I think you overreacted to what McCain said about JFK's assassination. Maybe that explains why you didn't include the words he said immediately after "intervention".

Anyone who has read much our nation's political history knows that the rhetoric of today's politicians is very mild and tame compared to what passed as typical campaign speech 100-200 years ago.

12:06 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

Intervention was ENOUGH of a thing to say!!!!!

How can you minimize his grotesque description of what happened?

OBVIOUSLY, McCain caught himself and used a more politically palatable description. What kind of person calls the JFK assn an "intervention"????

I would say only a monster would.

1:13 PM  
Blogger nickname said...

I don't believe that Senator McCain is a monster and neither of us know what was going on in his mind when he referenced "the tragedy" in Dallas.

My guess is that he didn't want to over-emphasize something that might cause Independents to feel sympathy for Democrats and therefore possibly become even more decided to vote for them.

That's why he quickly added the words "tragedy in Dallas". If he was a monster, as you describe him, he wouldn't have added the words "tragedy in Dallas".

1:40 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

Stop trying to minimize what McCain did.

Anyway, we know who you are and what you're all about.

6:56 PM  
Blogger nickname said...

I don't claim to have the psychic powers you evidently feel you have.

What I know is from reading widely, and that's how I know that your interpretation of McCain's remarks about JFK's assassination (by selectively quoting from what he said) misrepresents his view, though I certainly don't claim to know your motive for doing so. Nor do I care.

7:31 PM  

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