To the Rescue

September 24, 2008 at 11:04 pm | Posted in '08 Campaign, McCain | 3 Comments
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Thank GOD for John McCain, who heroically announced he is SUSPENDING his campaign so he can rush to Washington and rescue the bailout bill from drowning in partisan politics.  Yes, the bailout bill’s knight in shining armor who admits “he doesn’t know much about the economy,” whose economic advisor refers to financially distressed Americans as a nation of whiners, who holds a lengthy record in eviscerating regulation on Wall Street, and whom Americans trust LESS to handle the economy is DESPERATELY needed on Capitol Hill.  What ever would Congress have done without him?

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  1. Oh my God. Did you do that Pic? Awesome. 🙂

    I don’t guess neither really need to be there since Barry would only vote ‘Present’. 😉

  2. Nice talking point D-Rock. I see you got the McCain memo.

    Seriously, what a joke. Obama hit the nail on the head when he said a president must be able to handle multiple tasks at once. Game. Set. Match.

    This is just a ploy to get the debate moved to next week as a replacement for the Veep debate b/c they will do anything to keep Palin from answering a question. I’ve heard multiple surrougates say this as a possible solution to a delayed debate.

    That Couric interview is horrendous and they know it. McCain – “Politics First, Country Last”

  3. Thanks! I did do this pic…and funny dig at Obama on the debate, D-Rock 😉


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