Sunday, November 18, 2007

McCain unable

"How do we beat the bitch?"

This question was asked ("spontaneously") by a McCain supporter at a recent campaign event. After a couple of moments of nonplussed fumfering and bad jokes meant to decrease the sudden pressure that had descended upon him, Senator McCain finally prefaced his response with "that's a good question!" The lapdog media and his fellow Republican'ts glossed over the incident with questions like "who hasn't thought that?"

Me, for one.

Where would John McCain draw the line?

"How do we beat the spick?"

"How do we beat the faggot?"

"How do we beat the nigger?"

"How do we beat the cunt?"

John McCain, despite his service to our country, is a coward and has finally demonstrated in no uncertain terms that he is not a gentleman. I used to think highly of him. Instead of asserting the tremendous integrity he is purported to possess and rebuking the person who asked this incredibly rude question, he consciously chose to use the incident to try to ingratiate himself to the audience even to the extent of referring to the "Democrat" party, a bit of juvenile playground name-twisting that for some reason makes right-wing blowhards giggle like six year-old girls.

I'm saddened to see what a pathetic, small, self-serving cad he has proven to be.


Blogger Alexc3 said...

Calm down. He may have just been unsure how to respond. Politicians are put under a lot of pressure.

9:28 PM  
Blogger Milo Johnson said...

Sorry, that doesn't cut it. If he had been asked how "your bitch of a wife" was, he would have known what the proper response was with no hesitation. Just because it was somebody else's wife doesn't make it any different a situation, referring to any woman that way is wrong, period, and we all know it. Besides which, if that is all the pressure it takes to fluster him, I'm pretty sure he's already disqualified himself as presidential fodder.

10:06 PM  
Blogger Milo Johnson said...

By the way, I'm going to be nice about this since, judging by your web presence you are a well-intentioned person, but that "calm down" thing is extremely condescending. I am calm. I am always calm. Some of my friends call me Spock because I am so imperturable, so please don't make unwarranted assumptions about me.

10:14 PM  

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