…the penny finally drops!
McCain is a whining little girl! Sorry to insult little girls though!
He tells The View why his campaign is a laboriously negative one. Not just that Karl Rovian tactics are alien to the GOP – but, and wait for it, because Obama wouldn’t play nice! I am actually laughing while I type this. How can a doddering old man dictate how a campaign is run, not his own – but his opponents!
He has gone on to say “I am John McCain and I approve this message” on all the negative attack ad’s because Obama would go to his Town Hall meetings!? Is his frigging serious?
McCain defended the ad’s claims as well as those of a Web ad that said Obama’s “lipstick on a pig” comments were directed at Palin. He added that the tone of the campaign might have been more amicable if Obama had agreed to his proposals for a series of town-hall meetings.
“If we had done what I asked Sen. Obama to do, I don’t think you’d see the same tenor of this campaign,” he said. “Why don’t you ask Obama the next time he’s on this show why won’t he be in town meetings with me?”
This is serious, not made up – not a joke, nada. John McCain allows all this shit because Obama said no thanks!
Pathetic in the extreme!
McCain couldn’t answer Walters on the same show when asked what reform his VP is going to bring to Washington – as we know, once McCain is in the spotlight he fails – miserably! And he kept up his record:
Walters went on to press Palin’s reformist credentials, noting McCain has served in Washington for more than two decades and asking repeatedly, “Who’s she going to reform, you?”
McCain answered by saying Democrats have controlled Congress for two years, but then Walters quickly interrupted: “But tell me who she is going to reform — we aren’t talking about the economy, we’re not talking about housing; she was chosen to reform, who is she going to reform?”
Appearing somewhat frustrated, McCain said, “The Democrat Party, the Republican Party, even an independent. She’ll reform all of Washington.”
Walters, seeming somewhat exasperated, asked, “How? What will she do? What is she going to reform specifically, senator?”
McCain said Palin had a strong record on vetoing earmark spending.
Now don’t giggle at that, it is what he said – and he supposed to have vetted her? Did he not look at her record?
Truly – what is this man really doing?