And throw in General Wesley Clark. Whew. Apparently, John McCain used nasty language directed at wife, Cindy, after she attempted to spread his thin hair over a bald spot, saying his hair was getting thin. A deluge followed from McCain and he accused her of wearing a pound of makeup, looking like a trollop and added the 'C' word.
Doesn't sound like the usual John McCain sentences that begin with: "My good, friends..."
As sordid as the Christy Brinkley/Peter Cook divorce proceedings are proceeding, 'C' word language hasn't surfaced. By comparison, they almost appear like the honeymooners. Maybe they should run for the White House instead? The Madonna/Guy Ritchie estrangement has gone to ground after the Brinkley, McCain entanglements. "Who needs that commotion?"
But who still uses the word, 'trollop'? If going in the direction of the 'C' word, why not shoot straight and say, 'whore'? 'Trollop' sounds a little middle-English, almost quaint. The good Senator is mixing his adjectives. Mixing Shia and Sunni, okay, but trollop and cunt? Where was Joe Lieberman to whisper into his ear?
But if the mention of thin hair produced such a deluge, what was his reaction to General Wesley Clark's statement that being shot down over Vietnam and a prisoner of war did not qualify McCain to be Commander in Chief? "Bomb, bomb, bomb,,,"
Before John McCain was shot down over Vietnam, he crashed three other Navy jets: ran out of fuel after an Army-Navy football game; flew his jet too low and hit a power line; let his plane stall and crashed while trying to land on a carrier. Maybe these three additional crashes can add to McCain's Commander In Chief qualifications?
How does a Navy pilot get to take a Navy jet out of the hangar and fly it to an Army-Navy game? They can do that? The tax payer's Navy jets? Of course! He was the son of the Admiral of the Navy. More qualifications for the Presidency.
To win future debates with McCain, all Barack Obama has to say is, "My good friends, I can see my reflection on John McCain's scalp!"
"Bomb, bomb, bomb..."
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