Gee, John McCain sure is bringing up Barney Frank’s name a lot in his speeches lately…

I can’t imagine for the life of me why he’s doing that.


Posted by Kevin K. on 10/31/08 at 09:30 AM • Permalink

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I thought this snippet was interesting:

Voters are not overly alarmed by the Mormon church’s aggressive financing of the initiative. While 40 percent said they think the church is exerting too much influence, 33 percent do not.

I dunno, 40% of people objecting to theocratic meddling seems kinda significant to me. I guess it’s too much to expect that a group comprised of individuals with an average of 58 great-grandmothers would exhibit a little more tolerance for non-traditional marital arrangements, huh?

The Yes on 8 ads have been some of the most vile political ads I have ever seen here in California, they’re really disgusting.

I can only imagine.  You should have heard the boos after McCain mentioned Frank’s name this morning. He’s definitely throwing out his name to get the homophobes riled up.

At this point, McCain might have to just start screaming, “Nigger! Faggot! Ay-rab!” at the rallies to scare up the votes he needs. A good-sized chunk of the base couldn’t pour water out of a boot if the directions were on the heel. They probably think Barney Frank is a purple dinosaur. S-P-E-L-L it out for the folks, McCain.

That’s Palin’s job Betty C.

Nice to see McPOW working to create a cooperative atmosphere with Congress. I give it two weeks of Vice President Palindrone squawking about unAmericanism, also, before Democratic Congresscritters form a committee to find new and creative ways to give him the finger.

You should have heard the boos after McCain mentioned Frank’s name this morning.

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