(Phoenix, Arizona) -- Sen John McCain (R-AZ), once a Presidential hopeful, has sought to shore up his flailing presidential campaign by combining his "straight talk" message with boomer music.
The idea began haphasardly last week with a cold-medicine induced explanation of his policy towrd Axis of Evil nation Iran by simply singing a parody of the Beach Boy's hit Barbra Ann. "When I think of Iran, I think of that old Beach Boys tune, Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran." McCain's lagging poll numbers boosted 5 points to 32% on his Iran ditty.
When asked about Korea, McCain was on a roll: "I'm a Soeul Man, dat da dat da dat da da..."
When asked about European unity, "I love Paris in the springtime, I love Paris in the fall..."
McCain was led off the stage at long last by Halliburton/Blackwater security aides as he went into a rousing chorus of "War. Huh. What's it good for, absolutely nothing!"