June 12, 2008

Gee, wonder who he has in mind?

The latest McCain ad has him trying to suggest he hates war (though obviously his biggest fantasy of his entire life is to be a "war time pres'nit" like Bush.)

Here's something I can't believe none of the pundits have picked up on. In the ad, the first words out of McCain's mouth are,
Only a fool or a fraud talks tough or romantically about war."
The moment I heard that, I thought, wow, that's really a personal shot.

At whom, you ask?

Well, consider the guy that said, "Bring 'em on!" just before a surge in attacks and U.S. troop deaths.

And who can forget the imortal words spoken by Fearless Fosdick to the troops in Afghanistan?
It must be exciting for you ... in some ways romantic, in some ways, you know, confronting danger. You're really making history, and thanks.

Think McCain had anyone in particular in mind as being "a fool or a fraud"??

And how did all the cable gasbags, who normally pour over these things trying to glean hidden meaning, particularly if it's a shot at someone else, miss this?


At 6/13/2008 10:53 PM, Anonymous suesheap;puhleeze said...

The ad could be entitled "McCain's Revenge". Why the blather-mouths haven't found it to be yap worthy (surely they know exactly who he's referring to)is curious indeed. But the pattern goes on....


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