The Hate And Rage From The McCain Campaign


John McCain’s bid for the Oval Office suffered another stunning blow yesterday when the Arizona senator referred to Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States, as “my opponent.” The campaign-shattering remark came during a vicious, Hitlerian speech before an audience of drooling right-wing drones in one of those states in the middle, possibly rectangular.

“I believe that we should do things one way,” McSame sneered, his shrunken, twisted body and hideous visage producing overwhelming revulsion in all sane people who beheld him. “But my opponent feels we should do things a different way.”

Yes, Treacher’s ahead of the curve. My hat is off to him, because these people continue to get ever harder to satirize.

One thought on “The Hate And Rage From The McCain Campaign”

  1. Meanwhile, the party of goodness and light shows what superior people they are with acts like these:

    “Michelle Malkin: Crush the Obamedia narrative: Look who’s “gripped by insane rage”

    ABC News blog: Vile Anti-Palin Tee-Shirts in City of Brotherly Love

    NRO The Corner, Ah, Home. A McCain Palin “march” through the Upper West Side.

    Of course, none of that can possibly be called hate. After all, the leftists assure us that only those from the Right can be guilty of hate. Yeah, and pull the other finger.

Comments are closed.