Oct 07 2008

John McCain needs friends!

Published by at 10:40 pm under Jerks,Why?!?

Why is John McCain calling me his friend? I’m not your friend. You never once sent me a birthday card or even called. YOU COULD HAVE CALLED, my friend!

More importantly, who is the attractive young lady in this photo?  I hope she’s not like 15 years old. If you know her feel free to send me her email address. Thanks my friend!

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6 comments to “John McCain needs friends!”

  1. Bennon 08 Oct 2008 at 5:24 am

    Even though I’m more for the whole “anarchy” scene, I am definitely going to vote this time around. I couldn’t when Bush was first elected, sadly, but I REFUSE to allow another douchebag in office. I do not like McCain. I don’t like how he completely avoids questions (like in last nights Debate when he was asked about Secretary of Treasury and didn’t ever give a real name.) He’s just another “Bush” with waay creepy teeth. Have you ever looked at his teeth? That’s all I see when I look at a picture, or see him on T.V.

  2. Creature of Habiton 08 Oct 2008 at 7:30 am

    McCain-bot and Cindy-bot fled the scene as soon as it was over (did you notice that Cindy wouldn’t touch anyone?). That’s no way to treat friends. They literally peeled out of there on 2 wheels! Isn’t this McCain-bot’s favorite forum, because he likes to “meet the people”. Liar.

    Barack and Michelle made sure they talked to everyone.

  3. You Just Made My List!on 08 Oct 2008 at 9:46 am

    C-Span let the cameras roll after the debate and the Obamas stayed and talked to the audience members for a 1/2 an hour but the McCains were out of the studio in less than 5 minutes. McCain even refused to shake Obama’s hand at the end of the debate. McCain is turning into an adult baby which is just what we need after 8 years of a cranky toddler “running” the country.

    Obama fucking nailed it as usual.

  4. T-Ravon 08 Oct 2008 at 12:16 pm

    Obama definitely nailed it,McCain got his ass handed to him last night.I am so sick of McCain saying “my friends”.You can pretty much turn that into a drinking game for the next debate every time he says the words “My friends”.Much like you can make a Sarah Palin bingo card with all the goofy words and phrases and gestures she uses.I should’ve thought of that I last week when their debate was happening,but you can still use it for any rally she’s speaking at.

  5. MalaSuerteon 09 Oct 2008 at 5:23 am

    The big news media people are asserting that they did shake hands, off-camera, while Tom Brokaw was trying to read his teleprompter. So to Brokaw– fuck, man!! You’ve been on TV since the dinosaur’s fart, you can’t make up a closer? You HAVE to read the shit some overworked intern threw up on a screen???

    McCain… ugh. Broke my heart, man… I’ve said it before, he was a much better candidate in 2000, and was (in 2000) the first major Republican candidate I’d seriously considered voting for. Now he just pisses me off…
    But watching the debate, and seeing him zombie-walk around the stage kinda made me feel bad for him. He kinda looked like my Grandpa.
    I should note my Grandpa is an old bitter Spaniard with severe arthritis who is convinced there is a Mexican plot to take over the world. I’d never vote the man into a position of power.

  6. You Just Made My List!on 09 Oct 2008 at 9:04 am

    Mala, I agree with you about McCain. I used to respect him and there was a time when he could have earned my vote but the way he and Palin are running this campaign just makes me sick. Dirty, dishonest politics as usual – so much for “country first.”