Thursday, October 23, 2008


From MSNBC tonight:
McCain and Palin did differ on exactly what they meant when they criticized “elite” segments of American society, which they have mocked in an attempt to connect with what Palin called “hard-working, middle-class Americans.”

Palin said “elite” was a state of mind — “just people who think that they’re better than anyone else.” It cannot be identified by geography, income or level of education, she said.

McCain disagreed.

“I know where a lot of ’em live,” he said, laughing. The out-of-touch elites are “in our nation’s capital and New York City.”

You know what, jerk? You're disinvited from next year's 9/11 ceremony.

I don't want to hear one more word about how much you care about terrorism. Because you clearly hate the people that have been directly affected by it.

What kind of presidential candidate outright insults entire areas of the country? Especially when he's trying to ride something that happened to those same areas into the White House? What a complete asshole. George Bush is a moron, but this guy... this guy is a shriveled, bitter, old, worn-out douchebag.

And some people wonder why New York always votes Democratic.

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