Pam Spaulding

Confused, discombobulated McCain in PA

Filed By Pam Spaulding | October 22, 2008 7:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Politics
Tags: 2008 Election, election 2008, John McCain, McCain/Palin, Pennsylvania, racist McCain supporters, rednecks are racist

The man is out of it. Look at this rally in Pennsylvania where he appears to agree with the charge that the western part of the state is openly bigoted. The rest of his statement is just as incoherent.


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"You know, I think you may have noticed that Senator Obama's supporters have been saying some pretty nasty things about Western Pennsylvania lately," McCain told the audience in the town of Moon Township. "And you know, I couldn't agree with them more."


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He's either completely lost his mind or he can't stand up to the rigors of his campaign. It might be both, but I have to wonder about how well he'll cope as President if he can't even handle his own campaign.

I saw this on MSNBC and I couldn't help myself, I actually snorted with laughter. Senility and faux intelligence...table for two please.

I realize that it's not popular to bring up senility since it's perceived to be ageism, but when he says things like this or calls the audience "my fellow prisoners" instead of "my friends" or he "forgets" that Spain is our ally, when is it appropriate to bring up that he's clearly losing it?

My dad's from western PA and much of his family still lives out there. I visited a lot when I was a kid, and, yes, there are lots of racists there.

My mother told me about when she first met my dad's family, after being in the US for several months, and she had to ask my dad why everyone had such a problem with people who enjoy eating watermelon.

It’s not so much he that he agrees with Murtha, it’s that he can’t even put together a coherent sentence. It’s kind of sad because you can see that he’s not quick on his feet anymore and that his mind is not working as well as it used to. http://straighttalkonmccain.blogspot.com/

Well, I have never been totally PC, I am just too irritating and outspoken in too many ways to ever be truly PC, so I do not hesitate at saying McCain is too old, especially considering who would take the helm when, not if, he croaked or became incapacitated while president.

It is not agism however, to look at his past health history and realize that, the man has been living on borrowed time for the last few years. He has had cancer how many times?

Sarah Palin is not and never will be ready to be president, which is what is going to happen if McMain gets elected. We have already put up with a congenital idiot as president for the past 8 years, and look where it has gotten us.

Just say no to theocrats!