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I thought the Citizens would appreciate this campaign poster!
That's great, where did you find that?McCain 08: "The important thing to remember was that I had an onion tied to my belt."
"which was the fashion at the time..."
Shouldn't that be Mr. Burns and Mrs. Lovejoy?
Won't somebody pleeeeeeeease think of the children?Awesome, US West. Though does anyone else think McCain reminds them of Cotton Hill? -Seventh Sister
Maude Flanders is perfect because of the accent. I think she's better than Helen Lovejoy.
Oh yes Seventh Sister! John McCain is totally Cotton Hill! "I killed fitty men!" "I got no shins!" Every time something goes wrong for McCain he starts talking about how his POW years. Just like Cotton Hill would do.
I can't stand it when John McCain talks (unchallenged) about how he knows how to win a war and manage international crises. He was just a low-level POW in North Vietnam. He was not in command of that war, or any other war, and we lost there anyway. He was a senator and observer, not an executive, in the subsequent international crises he takes credit for in telling us that he "knows how" to win a war and so forth. What does he know?Obama, at least, knows that he he's not won a war before, and will likely seek proper advice instead of going off half-cocked as McCain always does.
Hey, glad you all liked it. I got it in an e-mail from a friend!He has exploite dis POW status to the point that he has so cheapened it!Last night, the last question, which no one answered was great. "What don't you know and how will you learn it?". That would have been a great time for Obama to say "I don't know how screw up an economy, fabiricate evidence for wawr, or how to steal people's civil liberities, and I don't plan to learn how to."
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