Friday, July 10, 2009

A McCainiac Comes Clean

Well, it appears that Team McCain hung Gov. Palin out to the dogs when she spoke about The One "Pallin' around with terrorists". The big lie is that Gov. Palin "went rogue". Really? Whoever wins the GOP nod in 2012, they better never, ever hire any of these scum who "worked" on the McCain campaign. Disgusting!

HT: Ace

During the Death March of a presidential campaign last year, this blogger was in a spirited debate with Right Wing Sparkle and her support for the eventual Republican presidential standard-bearer, Sen. John "F--- You" McCain.
Now, in this post, Right Wing Sparkle has seen the light and realizes that her support of the Arizona Solon was misguided.
I write this not to gloat. Because Right Wing Sparkle was with Sen. "F--- You" McCain from the beginning. She was not dragged kicking and screaming as your humble blogger.
Now, I will quibble with her believing that no one could beat then Sen. Messiah Barack. I believe that the candidate that wanted to take it right to Sen. Messiah Barack would have a better chance. But, we will agree to disagree.
We do agree that the only smart thing Sen. "F--- You" McCain did was have Gov. Sarah Palin as his vice-presidential candidate. Right Wing Sparkle points out that Sen. "F--- You" McCain did not defend or support her strongly against the onslaught of attacks slammed on Gov. Palin. And Sen. "F--- You" McCain's campaign staff are the biggest bunch of losers ever assembled. It is hard to believe that the McCain team could make former Sen. Bob Dole's campaign team from 1996 look good. But, these losers sure did. And in the process, these losers are so stupid that they have the nerve to blame Gov. Palin for Sen. "F--- You" McCain's loss. HELLO?! How about your candidate?
And the realization for Right Wing Sparkle may be Meghan McCain and her insipid rants against conservatives and conservative ideas and values. The fact is she is never contradicted by her old man. By that, there is a support for Miss McCain's comments by not refuting them. Any of them.
Sen. John "F--- You" McCain could not articulate conservative ideas because he abandoned them around 1990. That is when he was implicated in part of the Keating savings and loan scandal that nearly ended his political career. Until then, he was a solid conservative. But, almost getting caught and maybe getting prosecuted caused a change in the one-time solid conservative. He became a Washington insider. Sen. "F--- You" McCain got a permanent case of Washingtonitis. And that is a huge reason it hampered his campaign for president. Both in 2000 and 2008. He lost touch with the people of Arizona and by extension the United States.
Ronald Reagan did not lose touch with the American people. And, neither has Gov. Sarah Palin. They are but two people who realized that they were not as important as the ideas they represented.
An aside about how stupid the McCain campaign was is how public the team made their move to abandon Michigan. It was Gov. Palin that did not want to give up. She wanted to go back to do some more campaign appearances. Nothing says loser more than public acknowledging your campaign is giving up on a state.
I am glad that Right Wing Sparkle has come to realize the error of her ways. I welcome her revelation and the honesty of it. It shows that we all have the ability to sometimes not see the forest through the trees. And we sometimes get caught up in thinking that something will be different.
Right Wing Sparkle, you have guts to admit you were wrong!


Rightwingsnarkle said...

Ah, yes - 'conservatism' cannot fail. It can only be failed.

Lovely idea. Please ride it all the way down.

Nikki said...

I don't completely agree with I am sure you know. Supporting someone other than McCain was a swell idea before the big dance against Obama, but after, I still don't see why so many abandoned ship and let the unicorns win the WH. I still take issue with several republicans that allowed this puritanical mess to happen. I don't see McCain nearly as destructive as the current lefty numb nuts and that is a far better thing than risking our economic recovery on a worthless spending package and a dictator kiss-ass. McCain NEVER should have gotten the nomination and I agree that he didn't defend Palin nearly enough. But would I trade him for this freshman...HELL YES! :)N

Pasadena Closet Conservative said...

Wow. That's truly big of her.