Monday, May 26, 2008

I don't even know what this is.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

A Moral Compass, A Spiritual Guide

So what 20th Century Man's excuse for this? Did he just not know what any of the pastor's messages were about? Does he just call people "A truly great leader in America" because his staff of lobbyists tell him to do that? Did he know and just think it didn't matter?

McAmazing McCain Predicts the Future!

"Saddam Hussein [is] developing weapons of mass destruction as quickly as he can," Fox News, November 2001.

"Hussein has the ability to ... [turn] Iraq into a weapons assembly line for Al Qaeda's network." Feb., 2003

"I believe that the success [in Iraq] will be fairly easy," Larry King in September 2002.

"We're not going to get into house-to-house fighting," to Wolf Blitzer in 2002. "We're not going to have a bloodletting."

"There's no doubt in my mind ... we will be welcomed as liberators." March 2003.

"There's not a history of clashes that are violent between Sunnis and Shias," he explained confidently on MSNBC in April 2003, "so I think they can probably get along."


Sunday, May 18, 2008


Former Rep. Thomas G. Loeffler, a Texan who is among the McCain campaign’s most important advisers and fundraisers, has resigned as a national co-chair over lobbying entanglements, a Republican source told Politico on Sunday.

It’s at least the fifth lobbying-related departure from the campaign in a week.

The officials who have left include:

Doug Goodyear, who was McCain’s top liaison to the Republican National Convention;

Doug Davenport, regional campaign manager for mid-Atlantic states;

Eric Burgeson, an energy policy adviser;

Craig Shirley, a prominent Republican consultant who was a member of McCain’s Virginia Leadership Team.

Loeffler’s departure followed a report this weekend by Newsweek’s Michael Isikoff that Loeffler’s “lobbying firm has collected nearly $15 million from Saudi Arabia since 2002..."

Doug Goodyear resigned his post on Saturday after a magazine reported that his firm had lobbied for the military junta that runs Myanmar.

The United States has denounced the Burmese government as one of the world’s most repressive, and Mr. McCain, Republican of Arizona, has long been critical of the government as well. During the campaign, he has called for Myanmar’s leaders to halt human rights abuses.

The appointment of Mr. Goodyear was sensitive for Mr. McCain. It came after the senator had been criticized by some Republican primary opponents for employing several lobbyists and former lobbyists to run his campaign

Friday, May 09, 2008


One can must destroy all!

Thursday, May 08, 2008


Well, I guess that he does seem pretty sane compared to his mom. However, I think McCain's 122 year old grandmother must have felt kind of left out. Then again, her husband fought for the Confederacy, and that might be a liability if she starts yapping.

27 bottles of scotch indeed.