John McCain – A Noun, A Verb, and POW!

August 25, 2008 at 9:36 am | Posted in American politics | 6 Comments

Poor hothead is flustered at being attacked. How dare anyone question him when he was a POW for his country!

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  1. I think this “McCain gets a pass on certain actions because he was a POW” line of reasoning ought to be turned around on him if at all possible.

    Otherwise, where do we draw the line?

    “McCain gets a pass on launching a pre-emptive nuclear strike against Iran because he was a POW.”

    If you ask me, this whole history of his being a POW (so, therefore, he’s a true patriot, whatever that is) is starting to make him look like badly damaged goods.

  2. I agree Mark. It cheapens his experience in Vietnam.

  3. I heard John McCain collaborated with his prison guards in order to gain special treatment and favors.

  4. Noun, verb, POW!

    He’s clearly rattled by house-gate

  5. Noun, verb, POW!

    He really will use this at every opportunity. Wow…

  6. Noun, verb, POW!

    pick any subject, economy, taxes, foreign policy.


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