Saturday, March 8, 2008

Mad Dog McCain Chews Out NY Times Reporter

Contrary to the adjacent image, I'm not going to rail on "Senator Hothead." It was simply too hilarious an image to pass up. Rather, I'm going to wholeheartedly applaud Senator McCain for calling out a NY Times reporter today for being the insulting, rabble-rousing nimrod she was. Why must we seek out controversy at every turn? This presidential race is exciting enough based solely on the personalities, the policies and the passions of the candidates. Not to mention, they create enough of a stir without a low-brow attempt at building more party animosity by bringing up an alleged private conversation between McCain and 2004 Democratic nominee John Kerry. As McCain so eloquently reminds the reporter, "I don't describe private conversations. Why should I? Then there's no such thing as a private conversation." A MOTO (Master Of The Obvious) statement, no doubt. But, this indicative of a deeper vendetta The Times has against the Senator? As if the terribly supported lobbyist shenanigans weren't enough? Come on, guys. You're not making it any easier on yourselves. Check out the entire exchange below...gotta love the part when the photographer who couldn't care less suddenly takes interest. Still, I say a real story would have been if McCain had tossed the crazy biatch out da plane Indian Jones style, then casually turned to the press corp and coolly stated "No ticket." Now, that's what I would call straight talk!

1 comment:

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