Monday, July 28, 2008

Acting White: All's Fair In Cheap-Shots And Politics

It's McCain's turn to catch that which passes for satire these days. But I am getting the hang of this, I think. Somewhere, there are Americans concerned about his age, his wife's past drug use, his respect for the constitution, and relationship with the Bushes. Of course there are some who will notice that certain of Vanity Fair's jabs hit 'center mass' for the McCains, but proximity to fact is not important. I told the Obama's to buck up, and I will say the same to the McCains. Besides, John's got bigger worries, like getting people to pay attention to him, other than about his health. Politics ain't for weaklings, regardless of race, age, sex, et al.

James C. Collier

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7 comments:

freemanpress said...

This is just them trying to make it right but they failed again. This is true satire with him being old and the like but what they did to Obama wasn't even in the same world.

So to hell with the New Yorker.

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Heavy D! said...

@ freemanpress,

This is from Vanity Fair, not the New Yorker. This is Vanity Fair spoofing the New Yorker.

Having said that, the least they could have done was put McCain's first wife somewhere in the photo, but Cindy McCain holding the bottles of pills was a nice touch.

Ochyming said...

What is that on the fire?

I think that is WORST than the Flag burning.

But what would you CHOOSE, a "terrorist/radical" Flag burner or liberty LOSS SCARE continuity?

Wow!

Tom James said...

Why does everyone leave out the Brazilian model girlfriend he visited on the taxpayer dime using military transports?

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