"At this point," writes the other McCain (no, not Meghan, the other one), "if it pleases anyone to think of me as a neo-Confederate white supremacist xenophobic bigoted nativist hatemonger, the accusation is too delicious to deny and if anyone wants the full explanation, they can pay me for it. (I write for money.)"
"I almost never watch CNN except when I'm at airports. Then I often can't help it, since CNN has bought the rights to broadcast from boxes at pretty much every gate in America. The worst is LaGuardia, where the CNN sets are turned up to an ear-splitting volume and there is no escape. Quite honestly, I'd rather be waterboarded!"
Even before he joined the Bush Administration, Jay Bybee, a law professor at UNLV, had begun to sketch out how Article I, Section 8, Clause 3 of the Constitution could be construed to justify what some people call 'enhanced interrogation techniques' and other people call 'torture'.
According to the latest Pew poll, "fully 73% of Americans – including as many as 46% of Republicans – hold a favorable view of Obama as a person." Of the remaining 27%, three percent don't know what they think and the other 24%--the teabaggers--hate his guts.
Minuteman Fife Player to Challenge McCain in Arizona Republican Primary in 2010, Says Senator "Has Failed Miserably in His Duty to Protect the People of Arizona from Mexican Music, Especially Cumbias, Polkas, and Corridos"