August 29, 2008

Happy 94th Birthday Sen. McCain


What?

Oh.

Happy SEVENTY-SECOND birthday Mr. McCain. My mistake.

Be happy. Most people your age don't die for another 10 years or so.
Once you get elected, you can begin the inevitable decline in health, and Bitsy your Vice President can take over and maybe feed you pureed moose.

It's an important day you know. On this day a couple years ago, Hurricane Katrina made landfall on the Gulf Coast and struck New Orleans.

Where was John McCain?

Celebrating his birthday with Bushie at his ranch. Oh they had such fun while people were drowning in their own homes and a major American city was being utterly destroyed.



In your honor, here are 72 virtual birthday candles.

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And this fine family took the time to wish you the best. Lucky thing the fire marshall didn't show up with all those candles.

2 Comments:

At 8/29/2008 8:17 PM, Blogger nicodemus said...

Oh boy here we go again. More name-calling and cheapshots, very UNLIKE the politics of personal destruction that Obama is against.

I would not be surprised if your next blog entry makes fun of Sarah Palin's baby and called him names. That is about the level you're at right now- a very "angry place". Is this the "new kind of politics" that Obama is talking about? I think not!

I mean 85% of the time, you DO make well reasoned arguments and sometimes you even talk substance. But today is an exception. Why don't you just admit that McCain got one-up on you? The Palin announcement took the fire out of your fireworks rally last night. And she is gonna take a lot of votes from you, too. Why don't you just admit that you are mad about McCain and Palin stealing your thunder? And lay off the name-calling. If calling McCain "too old" is as good as you can do, it will be a long 2 months and Obama's message about "new politics" is lost on his followers.
(And in all fairness, I feel the same way about talk radio callers who talk about Pastor Wright and Bill Ayers) I mean let's move on.

 
At 8/29/2008 10:43 PM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

Nico, why don't I admit all the crazy bullshit motives you try to pin on me?

Simple. Because I don't feel that way in the slightest and you're talking out your ass.

How's that?

I'm not angry about Palin. I'm stunned. I'm more indignant that McCain would be so collossally cynical thinking this is going to somehow draw women voters to his side.

And I will guarantee you right here and now that Palin will NOT bring McCain a net increase in votes.

I'm not angry in the slightest, and I'm not the LEAST bit concerned that this is some sort of game changer.

And I couldn't care LESS about the media attention game. Big deal. The Dem convention is over, so what thunder is McCain stealing?? Coverage of Obama and McCain's train trip to Pennsyvania or wherever they're going? HA!

Yeah, that's it.

You know you're talking out your ass.

I'm just pissed as an American that any candidate for president would make such an irresponsible choice. I'm just amazed and disappointed, and yes, it pisses me off that any rational person could pretend this was a wise pick.

It shows that the right can literally invent something from absolutely nothing. They pick some nobody and then set out to pretend that she's some really fine pick.

I'm just fighting for people to keep a grip on reality, and apparently you're falling for the hype too.

 

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