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Old 10-22-2008, 01:18 PM   #1
 
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Default McCain must like c**t (adult language)

First, he was accused of calling his wife a c**t in front of other people.

Now, McCain slips in his speech earlier today.

http://wonkette.com/403702/john-mcca...word-in-public

Now, I believe everyone is entitled to a little slip of the lip. But.....I must admit, I've NEVER heard anyone say c**t instead of cut. I wonder how often he uses that word?
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Old 10-22-2008, 01:26 PM   #2
 
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heh heh heh...nice slip. I don't think he meant to say that, but it's funny, nonetheless.
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Old 10-22-2008, 01:31 PM   #3
 
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OMG that is mortifying especially in a sentence with Bush. Blech
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Oh yeah... That's the John Sydney McCain we all know and love to hate! That's what I'm talking about... Quick recovery though. Did anyone else see Cindy perk up when she heard her pet name?
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I hate that word even more than Bit(h.

Re: McCain- He seems to trip over his words a lot. I wonder if he's always been like?
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LOL Very funny, especially referring to the Bush years!



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Oh yeah... That's the John Sydney McCain we all know and love to hate! That's what I'm talking about... Quick recovery though. Did anyone else see Cindy perk up when she heard her pet name?
Oh that's wrong But I noticed her shift when she heard it!
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Old 10-22-2008, 07:29 PM   #7
 
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Oh for God's sake. Good thing that the Messiah has never made a slip of any sort.

Oh wait...didn't he lie when he said he had no association with Ayers?
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Oh for God's sake. Good thing that the Messiah has never made a slip of any sort.

Oh wait...didn't he lie when he said he had no association with Ayers?

I hate it when people harp on this whole messiah thing. It's so lame. Yeah, we like him. He's not god or anything.

And no one is saying Obama's never made a slip of the tongue, we're simply appreciating the humor in this one.

And when did Obama say he had no connection to Ayers? His connection to Ayers is about as strong as my connection to my high school track coach. And I didn't run track.

Get off it.
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Old 10-22-2008, 08:56 PM   #9
 
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hmm...i got this email a little while back but i didnt believe it

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The Bully in Fiji

My Holiday with McCain By ANASUYA DUBEY

It was just before John McCain's last run at the presidential nomination in 2000 that my husband and I vacationed in Turtle Island in Fiji with John
McCain, Cindy, and their children, including Bridget (their adopted Bangladeshi child).

It was not our intention, but it was our misfortune to be in close quarters with John McCain for almost a week since Turtle Island has a small number of
bungalows and their focus on communal meals force all vacationers who are there at the same time to get to know each other intimately.

He arrived at our first group meal and started reading quotes from a pile of William Faulkner books with a forest of Post-Its sticking out of them. As an
English Literature major myself, my first thought was "if he likes this so much, why hasn't he memorized any of this yet?" I soon realized that McCain
actually thought we had come on vacation to be a volunteer audience for his "readings" which then became a regular part of each meal. Out of politeness,
none of the vacationers initially protested at this intrusion into their blis sful holiday, but people's buttons definitely got pushed as the readings continued day
after day.

Unfortunately this was not his only contribution to our mealtime entertainment. He waxed on during one meal about how Indo-Chinese women had the best
figures and that our American corn-fed women just couldn't meet up to this standard. He also made it a point that all of us should stop Cindy from having
dessert as her weight was too high and made a few comments to Amy, the 25 year old wife of the honeymooning couple from Nebraska that she should eat
less as she needed to lose weight.

McCain's appreciation of the beauty of Asian women was so great that David the American economist had to move his Thai wife to the other side of the table
from McCain as McCain kept aggressively flirting with and touching her.

Needless to say I was irritated at his large ego, and his rude behavior towards his wife and other women, but decided he must have some redeeming qualities
as he had adopted a handicapped child from Bangladesh. I asked him about this one day and his response was shocking -"Oh, that was Cindy's idea - I didn't
have anything to do with it. She just went and adopted this thing without even asking me. You can't imagine how people stare when I wheel this ugly, black
thing around in a shopping cart in Arizona. No, it wasn't my idea at all."

I actively avoided McCain after that, but unfortunately one day he engaged me in a political discussion which soon got us on the topic of the active US bombing
of Iraq at that time. I was shocked when he said "if I was incharge, I would nuke Iraq to teach them a lesson". Given McCain's personal experience with the
horrors of war I had expected a more balanced point of view. I commented on the tragic consequences of the nuclear attacks on Japan during WWII - but no,
he was not to be dissuaded. He went on to say that if it was up to him he would have dropped many more nuclear bombs on Japan. I rapidly extricated myself
from this conversation as I could tell that his experience being tortured as a POW didn't seem to have mellowed out his perspective but rather had made him
more aggressive, and vengeful towards the world.

My final encounter with McCain was on the morning that he was leaving Turtle Island. Amy and I were happily eating pancakes when McCain arrived and told
Amy that she shouldn't be having pancakes because she needed to lose weight. Amy burst into tears at this abusive comment. I felt fiercely protective of Amy
and immediately turned to McCain and told him to leave her alone. He became very angry and abusive towards me, and said "don't you know who I am" and I
looked him in the face and said "yes, you are the biggest ******* I have ever met" and headed back to my cabin. I am happy to say that later that day when I
arrived at lunch I was given a standing ovation by all the20guests for having stood up to McCain's bullying.

Although I have shared my McCain story informally with friends, this is the first time I am making this public. I almost did so in 2000, when McCain first
announced his bid for the Republican nomination but it soon became apparent that George Bush was the shoo-in candidate and so I did not act then.
However, now that there is a very real possibility that McCain could be elected as our next president, I feel it is my duty as an American citizen to share
this story. I can't imagine a more scary outcome for America than that this abusive, aggressive man should lead our nation. I have observed him in intimate
surroundings as he really is, not how the media portrays him to be. If his attitudes toward women, and his treatment of his own family are even a small indicator
of his real personality, then I shudder to think what will happen to America were he to be elected as our President.

Anasuya Dubey is a clinical psychologist in California.
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Oh for God's sake. Good thing that the Messiah has never made a slip of any sort.

Oh wait...didn't he lie when he said he had no association with Ayers?

I hate it when people harp on this whole messiah thing. It's so lame. Yeah, we like him. He's not god or anything.

And no one is saying Obama's never made a slip of the tongue, we're simply appreciating the humor in this one.

And when did Obama say he had no connection to Ayers? His connection to Ayers is about as strong as my connection to my high school track coach. And I didn't run track.

Get off it.
Republicans have this whole victim mentality.

And that email sounds like a scam. The situation's a little too perfect--a vacation spa where they were required to eat together with McCain? It sounds like the author thought long and hard about how to create a situation where the storyteller is talking with/eating with McCain multiple times. I mean, he probably is an ass, but a more realistic story would be, "I sat by him a restaurant once and he called his wife fat."
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