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This is a toon I did at the Sioux Falls Cartoonists picnic last summer, It is GW and McCain talking about the internets. (H/T – Jackilope)
John, McLame, still a dink
Today, in his “Twitterview” with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) shied away from condemning Ingraham’s gratuitous attacks on his daughter. Stephanopoulos asked McCain, “What do you think of Meghan’s feud with Coulter and Ingraham?” McCain first said, “I’m proud of my daughter and she has a right to her opinions.” When asked if he agrees with his daughter, McCain did not say, simply stating, “like any family we agree on some things and disagree on others.”
Joe Werlerjoerjlejrsdssjdfjedsrtfhjjkeker was on CNN this morning promoting his new ‘book’ (click on the ‘Joe the Plumber’ video) he tried his best to throw McCain under the bus, and belittle John Roberts journalistic skills (I think if Joe would have been in the studio, John would of cold cocked him). And then he rolled out the ‘liberal left’ media mantra. Further proof how desperate the McCain/Palin campaign was.
STEPHANOPOULOS: You said, after the election, that Governor Palin has a bright future in your party. Does that mean that, if she does chooses to run for president, she can count on your support?
MCCAIN: Oh, no. Listen, I have the greatest appreciation for Governor Palin and her family, and it was a great joy to know them. [..]But I can’t say something like that.
Tonya went to bed last night with a tumbler of cold tequila and a head full of comfy knowledge. She knew that the Lord Jesus would answer her prayer to never let no colored Muslim communist terrorist be no durn president. She was certain she would wake up to find that sassy Sarah Palin and her running mate, a wonderfully mavericky war hero, had been elected instead. In her Christian heart, Tonya was confident that Americans were every bit as racist as Republicans hoped they’d turn out to be, as the much discussed, posted about and wished for “Bradley Effect” would work its reactionary magic at the polls.