Tuesday, April 14, 2009

McCain disses Palin on Leno


Really, what gives? Would it have hurt McCain to have included Sarah Palin's name in the list of non-Rush-Limbaugh-GOP talent? The category was Republican governors, too. So there can be no mistaking who he chose to omit. "I've left out someone's name, and I'm going to hear about it..." Gee, ya think?

The whole "I don't want the president to fail" thing would have been the headline were it not for the incredibly odd diss on the woman he once touted as knowing "more about energy than probably anyone else in the United States of America." I guess the Arizona Senator has changed his mind.


Anonymous said...

I wasn't a McCain fan going in to the elction and felt from the begining that Palin was the only thing about his campaign worth getting excited about. Since then, he's only confimed my what we all already knew- he's a RINO (Republican in Name Only)

Nice post

El General said...


kmorrison said...

Even post-election I'm still a McCain supporter and this dust up seems to be much ado about nothing. Maybe he forgot, or maybe didn't feel like asking a barrage of Palin questions that would likely follow. What ever the reason is it really that big a deal?

Tom said...

Kmorrison, McCain cited Romney two times and never mentions his V.P. pick Sarah Palin.

McCain is the one who knee-capped Romney in West Virgina and pulled some shenanigans in Florida against Romney.

And I sincerely mean no disrespect to you when I say McCain is a schmuck and a political hack.

The powers that be, want Romney...

P.J. and El General hear, hear.

Anonymous said...

McCain,just likes his daughter are keeping it classy...not.