Monday, June 09, 2008

St. McCain's Laundry

I have written about how the GOP and McCain are trying to sway some of the angered Clinton women over to the dark side and they still might have a chance, but I have a feeling that once the voters get to know how McCain dumped his ex-wife, they might start to think again.

"She was the woman McCain dreamed of during his long incarceration and torture in Vietnam’s infamous ‘Hanoi Hilton’ prison and the woman who faithfully stayed at home looking after the children and waiting anxiously for news. But when McCain returned to America in 1973 to a fanfare of publicity and a handshake from Richard Nixon, he discovered his wife had been disfigured in a terrible car crash three years earlier."

Being the man that he is; a man full of ethics and moral fiber, it goes without saying that he would stand by the woman who stood by him and their three kids. You would think he would do the honorable thing, right? Nope, McCain, the "self-centered womaniser who effectively abandoned his crippled wife to ‘play the field’" decided that his life and career would be much better with his "new father-in-law, Jim Hensley, who was a multi-millionaire with impeccable political connections."

If St. McCain is trying to win those women on the fence, he better hope that he maintains his Darling status with the MSM because in the GE it's all fair game and I'm counting the days until this implodes and he has to stumbled through the same sort of "respect my privacy" garbage that Cindy McCain tried with her tax returns.

Here's a tribute to McCain's dirty laundry.