Ha. Ha. Ha.

I read this and laughed until I stopped.

In remarks prepared for delivery in New Orleans, McCain agreed with Obama that the presidential race would focus on change. "But the choice is between the right change and the wrong change, between going forward and going backward," he added.

How on earth is the separated at birth brother of Bush have the temerity to claim he stands for change?

Change? This reminds me of the question Jay Leno asked of Bob Dole;

Q:Boxers or Briefs?

A: Depends®!

What a guy. He stands in New Orleans, A decaying monument to his party's indifference to human suffering and talks about the right kind of change!

It's the Karl Rove playbook. Put the guy in New Orleans and Assume that American people are so stupid that Republicans can blame democrats for the failure of the Bush administration in New Orleans.

Woweee... now that's bright. I am going to be verily entertained watching Republican hacks pull the same propaganda stunts the have pulled for the last eight years, expecting them to work.

Let's see what dirt these low down scum will pull.

This is a lineage of political tricksters who learned their game from Lee Atwater, who by the way, profoundly regretted the Willie Horton ad on his death bed. Profoundly.

 You guys need to go to church and pray hard.



penguinswon penguinswon
4 Responses Jun 3, 2008

RIGHT ON Loyd, I must agree!!!

I've already decided to write in "None of the Above" when voting for the president. None are acceptable to speak for the American people.

YOu have a point there! In our town, during elections, it's often quoted: Better to elect the enemy you Know; than the enemy you Don't! ;)

With everything that the current administration has done to us over the last eight years, I defy any candidate to get us through this without making us terrified <br />
The Republicans broke it. I think we should elect McCain and make those <br />
arrogant people fix it. And while they're at it, they should try Bush, Cheney and Rove as war criminals.