The scandal surrounding John McCain's alleged affair with a lobbyist may have died down for the time being, but Washington is still buzzing after President Bush endorsed John McCain for the presidency of the United States.
At the event, McCain is quoted as saying that he has "affection" towards America's commander and chief, and sources close to McCain that he is having an affair with the president, which we all know is an impeachable offense. Media analysis say that it is "just like John McCain to start a gay affair with the president just to win the liberal vote."
This strategy may backfire on McCain, as Republicans already consider McCain to be too liberal and Democrats wouldn't be caught dead with their pants down around President Bush. Well, maybe Joe Lieberman.
President Bush even admitted that he and Laura have "spent time in McCain's house." Republicans aren't at all cosy with this notion, to say the least. Talk radio blow-hard Rush Limbaugh said that putting up with McCain's campaign is worse than what Senator McCain endured in Vietnam torture chambers, and then danced around as if he were trying to avoid pointy spears. Though is remarks were distasteful, Limbaugh is quotes as saying, "what more do you expect from a cigar smoking hypocrite?"
Update: McCain says that his campaign song Johnny Be Good "attracted President Bush to his dreamy eyes," sources inside the McCain campaign tell us. Have they ever steered us wrong?