Ready for some Republican values? The short bus Texas GOP is responsible for the latest demonstration of the ravages of Conservatism, a disease largely found in Republican Americans. The ad, narrated by what sounds like a Texas high school cheerleader, goes like this:
“Barack Obama has viscously attacked John McCain and his family fur [sic] being successful and living the American dream. . .”
Let’s see; “viscously” is more than hyperbole; it’s a complete distortion, supposedly justified because an Obama ad dared to criticize a POW— who is so wealthy and out of touch he has no idea how many homes he actually lives in. But McStoopid wasn’t “attacked” for “being successful and living the American dream,” he was exposed for conspicuous consumption and wretched excess; do Republicans even know there’s a difference?
“But ask yourself this: If Obama cares so much about yur [sic] family, why doesn’t he take care of his own family first?”
Hypocrisy has become corporeal with Republicans; it roils out of them like rancid grease oozes out of a rotting boar. The recent disclosures of “only child” Cindy McCain‘s half-sisters, written out of the family will (that’s a Republican value— screw your own children) is a sorry insight into the machinations of wealth as a weapon; not wealth as compassionate caring.
Why would a wealthy father not share his munnies with his own child? Why would Cindy (and John) McCain not “take care of [her] own family first?” Let the record show that Portalski is a Democrat.
The McCain campaign and Cindy McCain have been asked to comment or respond. Neither responded.
• • •“What shall it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his own soul?” —Jesus
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