Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Wanna See Disdain in Action?

McCain sounded like he was pointing out a thief in a lineup. Sickening? You betcha. I don't expect the candidates to love each other. I do expect mutual respect and not this crazy old man nastiness.


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

McCain has no class whatsoever and shows it every time he opens his mouth. He just completely turns people off. Maybe it's part of being "mavericky" as Tina Fey (doing Sarah Palin) would say!

Michelle O'Neil said...

He so old, he probably couldn't remember Obama's name.

Stephen Parrish said...

The Picture of Dorian Gray. If McCain wins this election I'll move to Germany.

Wait a minute . . .

Kim Stagliano said...

It was a terrible moment. He looks erratic, "reptilian" to use a term I found on another site, he was pacing and moving. And his jokes were terrible. The country is in dire straits, it's not time for quips. I've come to the conclusion that Obama is like a cross between Fred Astaire and Nat King Cole. I'm going to blog that.

Stephen, you're too funny! WHEN are you coming to NYC??

Josh Day said...

Dorian Gray... after he's taken his good, long look at the old portrait.

Also the Emperor from Star Wars. Was anyone else waiting for him to stop hovering, sit in his chair for a few minutes to get comfortable, then cackle and say, "Young fool. Now you will pay the price for your lack of vision!"

Lightning then shoots from his fingertips.

I couldn't watch the whole thing McCain made me so sick. Only reason I was able to watch as much as I did was my wife saying, "Think of him as hemorrhaging poll numbers."

Cainie Mac and Sarah Palin, what a pair.

Kim Stagliano said...

I feel sorry for McCain right now. Of course, it ain't over. And I'm not ready to say Obama will win. There's no knowing what happens when voters close the curtain. But I feel like a long honorable career is going to fade out with some terrible memories. And that's sad. Palin will be just fine. Her star is just rising. She'll live to see another day.

Kim Stagliano said...

I take that back. I don't feel sorry for him. I feel pity. He's turning to racially motivated fear tactics out of desperation.