Tuesday, September 16, 2008

The McCain Mutiny



Watch this interview with a surly, paranoid and dismissive John McCain from MSNBC's Morning Joe this morning.

All he's missing is a set of ball bearings to continuously roll in his hand while he rants about who stole his strawberries.

14 comments:

Mr. Controversy said...

"...greed and corruption, and that's exactly what's plaguing Americans today."

So remind us...which party's in charge of the nation again?

"We need a 9/11 commission..."
...because, let's face it, failing economies are like hijacked airliners....EXACTLY like hijacked airliners. So expect to hear about this panic for the next seven years.

Steve said...

Hah! McCain shouldn't have made that "Obama supporter" remark! Hah!

Actually, like Bush, McCain looks like he'd rather be anywhere else. Fishin', huntin' maybe.

Mack said...

Um...I hate to burst his bubble, but no one is to blame for this crisis except the current administration and their laxed banking regulations. The bankers were doing what bankers do best...screw people for money. Goverment's job should be to protect us from getting screwed.

People say they don't want big government until they need their asses bailed out.

Steve said...

Hear, hear.

We are being held hostage by sooo many people. Banks, telecoms, oil companies ... when they screw up, we get hosed, and the CEOs escape with golden parachutes. Then the government bails them out. They can't lose!

It's a good argument for our going off-grid in terms of energy, commerce, technology ... hm. I sound like a survivalist ...

Master Mahan said...

Any Republican economist will tell you the only way to solve this crisis is with more deregulation and tax cuts. It's like how if you have a cancer patient, you should infect them with AIDS. That way the two diseases will fight to the death.

Denise Marie Anton said...

I've always been convinced that Humphrey Bogart modeled his paranoid body language in The Caine Mutiny on film clips of Richard Nixon.

Anonymous said...

I love the Caine Mutiny reference!

Anonymous said...

& the NY Post and Wall Street Journal endorses him...how interesting,,,

slouchmonkey said...

What was Carly's payout (McCain's spokeswoman)? 21 million. For doing nothing. Making bad decisions?

Chez said...

And that's only if you believe Fiorina.

She supposedly got 42-million.

Anonymous said...

What's going on? The link for this video is missing, and then when i go directly to youtube to look it up, it freezes before any dialogue starts.

Who controls the internet???

Ref said...

Irony is Johnny McBush complaining that it's the fault of regulatory rules that are more than seventy years old and don't work anymore.

Anonymous said...

And I'm willing to bet my golden parachute that the first word out of his mouth as soon as he was off the air was "cunt."

denesteak said...

"that was a cheap shot."????

What the hell has his fucking campaign been doing for the past year???