Sunday, November 18, 2012

He's such a bitter old man

It's almost sad. In the last few days, John McCain has destroyed what small credibility he had left with his demented ranting and proved himself to be little more than an aging, hapless sad sack. Of course our sadistic media invited him to the Sunday bobblehead gossipfest. (Exclusive! Must credit Meet the Press!) Wherein, McCain spit out this bitter nonsense:
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) suggested on Sunday that President Obama should send former President Bill Clinton to lead cease fire talks between Israelis and Palestinians.

"We need a person of enormous prestige and influence to have these parties sit down together as an honest broker," McCain said on CBS's “Face the Nation”.
Because the sitting President of the United States has no prestige. Which is why that sour old Senator sold his soul to try to attain the office.

No surprise McCain is trying to latch on to the Gaza crisis though. The now fallen Saint Petraeus betrayed him the hearings, testifying to the glaring lack of "there" in Benghazi. This left Mr. "WannaBePresident" McCain with nothing much to say immediately afterward.

He had to wait until his keepers told him how to react. The next day, McCain confirmed he would continue his inane vendetta against Susan Rice:
Asked Saturday at a press conference at the Halifax International Security Forum if anything he was told by Petraeus would change his assessment of what Rice knew and the statements she made, McCain said, "No, because I knew it was a terrorist attack from the beginning. People don't go to spontaneous demonstrations with mortars and RPGs."
Yep. Mr. "shoulda been president dammit" McCain knows all the things. Who could forget this priceless moment in October of 2008 at the presidential debates.

Astounding that even Republicans didn't want to elect this guy.

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Blogger merlallen said...

I saw a clip of him where he completely forgot what he was going to say. I guess because Miss Graham hadn't told him yet.

3:19:00 PM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

Where's Lil' Luke Russert when you need him?

11:00:00 AM  

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