Thursday, September 25, 2008

Woe Is Us

So, John McCain "suspended" his campaign so that he could rush back to DC -- as the white knight, of course -- to help save the country from economic collapse.

Call me cynical, but somehow, I just can't picture a rescue coming from Mr. "I don't know nothing about the economy" McCan't. I tend to subscribe to the view of Shaun Mullen on this one, The Staggering Cynicism Of John McCain.

In so doing, McCain unilaterally called off the first presidential debate, and dissed David Letterman while he managed to squeeze in an interview with Katie Couric.

But, best of all -- he made time (between cramming to understand the issues), to meet with Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, the uber-rich Lady who recently came out -- for McCain because she was mad that Hillary didn't win. See High-larious. So what was so important for these two gold-diggers to talk about that didn't merit a cancellation in light of the financial crisis? Whatever it was, wanna bet they commiserated about the fact that they both lost a lot of money in the recent cratering of the market?

Here's the video clip in case you missed Letterman's revenge on being stood up by McCain:

And don't miss his Top Ten List: "Questions People Are Asking The McCain Campaign." See John McCain Cancels Letterman Appearance, Keith Olbermann Fills.

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