Tuesday, November 4, 2008

McCain's Greatest Hits

Posted by Greg Hambrick on Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 3:54 PM

John McCain's Greatest Hits:

Here's Lindsey Graham in April '07:

“At the end of the day, I do believe that the Republican Party is going to choose the most conservative candidate they can find, who’s electable in November 2008, who can be commander-in-chief, who can lead our party back to where we need to be when it comes to spending. At the end of the day, John is the most reliably conservative candidate available who can win a general election who has the credibility and credentials to be commander-in-chief. The poll that matters is when you begin to vote in January next year. I wouldn’t trade places with anybody in the field.”

Favorite Headline — November '07: McCain Brings the B*tch Bus Back to Charleston

McCain Rally Playlist

“Heads Carolina, Tails Cailfornia”

“You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet”

“Standing On Top Of The World”

“Sweet Emotion”

“Tell Her About It” (I don’t get this one)

“Let’s Get It Started”

“Feel the Vibration”

“Johnny Be Good”

Googling McCain's VP Picks

On Monday, Sen. John McCain joked that he was using Google to vet his potential running mates, so we thought we’d give it a shot and see what he’s been finding out about these fellas:

Fla. Gov. Charlie Crist: Report: Crist Circulating ‘Make Out Tape’ To Squash Gay Rumors

S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford: Is McCain Angry at Gov. Mark Sanford?

Former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney: Romney Makes Obama-Osama Gaffe

Minn. Gov. Tim Pawlenty: Tim Pawlenty Does Not Have Sex With His Wife

Former Ark. Gov. Mike Huckabee: Huckabee helps choking NC candidate with Hemlich

Seven Things We Have Seven Of

But who’s counting:

1. AAA Batteries

2. Rolls of Toilet Paper

3. Used Gift Bags

4. Left-over Tater Tots

5. Calla Lillies

6. Pictures of Our Mother (note: still not enough)

7. Concert T-Shirts We’d Never Wear Again (That includes you, Ricky Martin)

McCain Wins Debate 12 Hours Before Debate Starts

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