Friday, September 26, 2008

"I have a Bridge to Nowhere to sell you...."

They (as in "the flacks for McInsane") must think we're stoopid.

After McInsane put on his cape and underpants on the outside, and headed off to Washington to sit "the Shiites and the Sunnis down and say, 'Stop the bullshit,'" torpedo the draft agreement, saying he was going to "suspend" his campaigning and any debates until an agreement was reached, McInsane has now "declared victory" and is going to resume his campaigning and going off to the debate. So his lackey Lindsey Graham has to come up with some 'splainin' for this dramatic turn of events:

How does McCain justify showing up at tonight's debate even if a bailout plan hasn't passed? Move the bar a bit.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) now says: "What's more important than anything that when we go to Mississippi tonight, both candidates can say that the Congress is working ..."

Congress was working on the issue. For a week before McInsane decided to pull his theatrics (and in the process gum up and delay the actual work).

Jon Stewart announced immediately aftwerwards that he was laying off all his writers for the next forty days, explaining that the glut of 'comedy gold' and other risible trash floating around the cesspool of the McInsane campaign had made it unprofitable to pay writers to produce any excess material that the market couldn't handle.


It would be irresponsible for me not to point out that McInsane's campaign "suspension" was nothing of the sort (not to mention McInsane's interviews and photo-ops during this faux "suspension"); just more lies for the rubes out there.

Leadership you can trust.


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