McCain is such a funny guy

by twit and by lestro

He must be joking

On almost every issue, the two presidential candidates have staked out opposing positions. Their contrasting views on wealth surfaced during their back-to-back appearances in Southern California on Saturday night when each was asked to define “rich.”

Obama didn’t hesitate. “I would argue that if you are making more than $250,000, then you are in the top 3, 4 percent of this country,” he said. “You are doing well.”

McCain took a far more discursive approach to answering the question but ultimately settled on a dramatically higher figure: “I think if you’re just talking about income, how about $5 million?

The Arizona Republican quickly added that he was “sure that comment will be distorted,” and his campaign said Sunday that he was joking.

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McCain 2008: “He’ll make Cheney look like Ghandi”

by twit

Thank you, Sensico.  This video is a powerful statement about John McCain and his vision for America:

McCain vs. Compound Questions

by twit

McCain gets confused by a doozy of a question that asks him to explain why he accuses Obama of playing “the race card” and oh, by the way, Senator McCain, what have you done during your decades of leadership to improve the lives of African-Americans?

via Wonkette

McCain vs. The Truth

by twit

Why look, a new McCain commercial:

Using the line that was debunked two days ago:

“This is the moment . . . that the world is waiting for,” adding: “I have become a symbol of the possibility of America returning to our best traditions.”

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