Cheney throws McCain under the bus

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  1. vince

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    Dick Cheney must really hate John McCain. :biggrin1:

    "In three days we'll choose a new steward for the presidency and begin a new chapter in our history," the Vice President said Saturday morning. "It's the biggest decision that we make together as Americans. A lot turns on the outcome. I believe the right leader for this moment in history is Senator John McCain."


    "I'm delighted to support John McCain. I'm pleased that he's chosen a running mate with executive talent, toughness and common sense, our next vice president Sarah Palin."
     
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    I'm not sure if this is a *snort of laughter* or a full blown 'te he'.
     
  3. vince

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    It was a full-blown belly laugh here.
     
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    Well, it seems to be the right time to be a gadfly. I can only hope wider publicity for Sarah's phone call hits the papers tomorrow. It didn't seem to be in any of the three I picked up.

    I can see a swamp from here.
     
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    I am sure the Reps knew that Chaney shutting his hole would have been better for McCain? This is awesome.
     
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    My dad mentioned this to me last night and my only surprise was that he hadn't endorsed him before. I just assumed it was natural for Cheney to do so what with them both being Republicans and all.
     
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    Maybe they're clueless as well...
     
  8. vince

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    I think he hates him. Three days before the election? The timing couldn't be better to help the 'undecideds' make up their minds. Obama has already made a commercial out of it.

    Obama ad hits McCain on Cheney support
     
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    Hahaha, thats all McCain needs right now. A vote for one of the worlds's most dangerous government official. Next, Nixon will come back from the dead long enough to endorse McCain.

    As for the prank call; All I can say is "a heartbeat away."
     
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    Cheney's endorsement seems to be about as welcome as a skull-and-crossbones symbol....or maybe a skunk arriving at a picnic...
     
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