1.07.2012

John McCain Might Want To Head On Back To Arizona. His Work Is Done Here.

18 comments:

wordkyle said...

'nuff sed. McCain's as bad as this guy.

Anonymous said...

Good one, Wordkyle.

Anonymous said...

Where's john's "stephonopolis"?

Anonymous said...

Can we get your president head on back to Chicago?

He's given us our hope and change, so yeah, his work is done.

Anonymous said...

Dumb Cracker

Anonymous said...

"Stick to the script Obammy. Never mind, we'll get you a teleprompter so you never make that mistake again."

HarveyLee said...

I remember the days when the presidential campaign had some maturity and dignity. Of course you only got the info they wanted you to have. I think the debates changed that.
At any rate the present process is nauseous at the very best and vomit producing at the worst.

Anonymous said...

Wow...thats funny....thats real funny.

And I'm voting for Romney

Anonymous said...

Is Arizona the 57th state?

Anonymous said...

Wordy, you did prove one thing: R's and D's are pretty much alike.

These days, we can just close our eyes in the voting booth, vote for either one and hope for the best.

Sadly.

wordkyle said...

629 - What I proved is that a verbal gaffe doesn't mean that much in the grand scheme of things. And take a look at the past three years of Obama's reign if you believe it doesn't make a difference who you vote for. His Justice Department sues Arizona for trying to enforce federal law, while dropping an already-won case against Black Panthers in camo posted outside a polling place with billy clubs. The Obama administration defied a judge's order to lift the ban on oil drilling in the Gulf; gave waivers to Obamacare to Harry Reid's entire state, deluxe hotels and restaurants in Nancy Pelosi's district, and over half a million union members; it sold weapons to Mexican gangsters that were used to kill at least one American citizen (and which Obama's AG lied about;) gave half a billion dollars to a company partially owned by an Obama fundraiser knowing it was about to go bankrupt; urged a general to lie to Congress about a company owned by another Obama fundraiser --

Well, you get the idea. There's a difference.

Anonymous said...

To all the clueless weenies that closed their eyes and pulled the D lever. Hoping for the best didn't work did it?

Anonymous said...

If you actually believe any of these crooked bastards are in it for us, you are a fool. They just want to line the pockets of themselves and their rich buddies. RON PAUL 2012!

Anonymous said...

Is Gitmo closed yet? Are the sea levels lowered yet? Does the world love us yet? Is everyone employeed yet? Do we have a budget surplus yet?

Anonymous said...

Ok, Word, now give us the lowdown on the Republican Party.

A difference?

Ever wonder why old man Bush was so enamored of Bill Clinton?

wordkyle said...

Well, 849, the difference is that under a Republican administration
- The armed Black Panthers were still charged with voter intimidation; (Note: one defendant's sentence forbade him to brandish a weapon near a polling place for three years -- just in time for the 2012 election.)
- Solyndra was denied a loan because of its horrid financial situation; (Note: The Obama administration went to great lengths to make sure his fundraisers got paid back before taxpayers.)
- Chrysler and GM still belonged to people who had invested money in it;
- A large number of doctors were not considering quitting medicine as a result of Democrat-imposed government mandates and legislation;
- Labor unions were not able to use the government's National Labor Relations Board to shake down private companies.

So yeah, there's a difference.

Anonymous said...

Ok, we are impressed with your research Wordkyle.

It isn't realistic to expect the Republican Party to do everything "just right".

So let's have some criticisms too.

A list, please.

wordkyle said...

1058 - My research skills are nothing special. The information is out there, although the media have not reported it as extensively as, say, Rick Perry's college grades.

As for my listing Republican faults, you have wall-to-wall media coverage of any perceived flaw, real or imagined. My efforts would be redundant. The biggest danger would be that a Republican President might govern like Obama. But obviously a might is better than an already did.