Wednesday, 8 October 2008

'That One'

How rude and darn right arrogant. (on the other hand...'that one' is 'the one' to vote for) Now I know why they are laughing. Because when McCain asks everyone who they voted for, they will all point at Barack and say 'That One'. Ha!

8 comments:

Charlie @ So Lovely said...

Don't you think McCain is regretting he made that comment? And Obama just sat there, cool, calm and collected!

Erin said...

i like to think of myself as a mostly-nice person, however I have no problem saying that John McCain is a douche.

Dianne said...

I heart McCain!!!! I do feel that Obama will probably win this election, darnit! McCain has so much to offer the USA and always has.

Linda Sue said...

Clearly D recieved her free lobotomy courtesy of the banners of heaven- going like hot cakes! Palin got TWO or THREE at least, even though half of one was sufficient! Lucky girl will never be plagued with a deep, accurate thought for the rest of her life. McCain is just evil...and old...and rude...and dangerous.

Dianne said...

Linda Sue...you do not deserve a comment reply. The great thing about America is we can disagree.

Anonymous said...

That was so obnoxious, referring Obama as "that one" how stupid and disrespectful can one be, but then again thats exactly what's been going on for the past 8 years, stupidity in all it's glory !!!

Linda Sue said...

OHH! So THAT'S the GREAT thing about America! Geez- glad you enlightened me- I was stumped! Darnit!

halcyon said...

I will agree that John McCain deserved to win the 2000 Republican Primary. GWBUSH did not. I know. He was my governor. If McCain had've won that and been elected over Al Gore, I think he might have made a good president. But he is not that John McCain any more. Karl Rove (IMO the most evil man alive) has seen that John McCain toes the party line. In ANY event, I respect John McCain even though I don not agree with his politics, and I am sorry he allowed the hateful things that have been said. However, John McCain has had 26 years to make his mark on Washington. It is time for a new direction.