Campaign in crapper, McCain resorts to civility

Interestingly, supporters of the Republican presidential nominee were having none of it, and booed John McCain at a campaign stop when he referred to Barack Obama as “decent.”

We say suck it up, whiny right-wingers. Now you know how we’ve been rolling for the past eight years.

Of course it’s hard to say whether McCain’s new-found respectfulness marks a change of heart or simply a change of strategy.

The good news is that one way or the other, it’s likely not enough to save McCain’s McCrappy McCampaign.

Go Obama!!


19 Responses

  1. “We will pursue nations that provide aid or safe haven to terrorism. Every nation, in every region, now has a decision to make. Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists. From this day forward, any nation that continues to harbor or support terrorism will be regarded by the United States as a hostile regime.”

    -George W. Bush, September 20, 2001 address to the United States Congress.

    I think that all political observers that accused Sarah Palin of not knowing about the Bush Doctrine need to reassess their beliefs. She may not have been able to communicate the principles intelligibly, but she has shown beyond a shadow of a doubt, that she has internalized an understanding of the tactics that the approach involves. The McCain/Palin ticket are simply applying the Bush Doctrine to its political opponent. The accusations that Palin and McCain are making by insinuation have very real consequences, and they need to be held accountable for them.


  2. Too little, too late McSame!

  3. Now if the anti-Palinists would do the same…

  4. I think many people oppose her candidacy for good reasons. Sometimes it comes across as rude, but there’s really no polite way to say someone’s stupid, and Palin really seems stupid.

  5. The only “change” we’re gonna get is the change from capitalism to socialism. It ain’t gonna work. Wake the hell up. NO BOMMA.

  6. More socialist than the bank and market manipulations taking place under the current regime? This sounds like a 1950s flashback. Bolsheviks behind every bush–or is that Bush?

  7. The current regime is Pelosi and Reid.

  8. I say give the Republicans four more years. They’ve made such a stunning success of things so far.

  9. By the way, for all you literalists out there, that was sarcasm. Bush has given us 8 years of failed foreign policy, failed economic policy, failed energy policy, etc., and he has undermined our leadership position in the world on every imaginable front. Fortunately, unless someone produces video of Obama in a room with hookers, blow, wads of cash, congressional pages and underage Muslims, he’s got this thing sewn up. Bu-bye, Bushies.

  10. Scared for America? What Bush has done to this country is terrifying. Scarier yet is the thought of giving his cronies four more years to f**k things up even worse. We heart Obama too.

  11. Notice all the pro-Obama folks are not smart enough to post as anything but anon’s.

  12. McCain just wants to go down with a little dignity left. He is a decent fellow. Palin was a bold move that just won’t work out.

  13. Check me out, Red. Don’t know how many IQ points you think it requires to use a screen name, but a dumb-fuck Obama supporter like me managed to figure it out….

  14. Very well put Pro-Obama; you are indeed a dumb fuck.

  15. what is a dumb fuck? i may be dumb while fucking, but does that make me a dumb fuck? all the head has gone from my head to my dick, what would you excect? shes not asking me to recite shakespeare, shes asking for some good sex!!!

  16. correction……all the BLOOD has gone from my head to my dick…

  17. I totally agree with 9:54. McCain isn’t a bad guy. You spend that much time in office, some small amount of stink is going to rub off on you, but I think he’s better than most. Were it not for his militarism, his absurdly bad choice of a running mate (how did he manage to find someone worse than Biden?), and his inability to articulate anything resembling a solution to the economic meltdown, I really wouldn’t mind having him as president. He certainly is an improvement over Bush. But all things considered, I’m going Obama.

  18. What’s with all this serious talk? And how, pray tell, can fucking be dumb? In our experience, it’s always at least a little bit awesome.

  19. Even partisan politics aren’t enough to piss me off on a day as beautiful as this one. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m going outside to enjoy the sun.

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