Friday, September 26, 2008

McLame busted lying in front of 11 million live viewers

To quote badass Keanu (in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure or the m%$#$%#$%f^^^&%in' MATRIX, take your pick): Whoah.

McLame ducked out at the last minute on David Letterman, claiming (in an apparent quote over the telephone) that he had to immediately rush to DC to "rescue America", then, in what may prove to be a nutsack kick to the McLame campaign, Letterman ran a LIVE FEED of the shifty septuagenarian calmly having makeup troweled onto his milquetoastian mug THREE BLOCKS AWAY AT THE SAME TELEVISION NETWORK DOING AN INTERVIEW WITH ANCHOR KATIE COURIC.

As you can see, Letterman was righteously pissed when he saw the live feed and realized what was up, and he let fly:



From what the Internet rumor mill says, Letterman is not a media figure to be trifled with, and he has a LOOONNNNGGG memory. What's worse for McCain is that others are picking up on - and propagating - the story:



Also here and here.

Could be worse. People could start hearing about his Five THOUSAND DOLLAR makeup job.... OOPSIE!

Quote of the Day:
“You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.
You can wrap an old fish in a piece of paper called change. It's still gonna stink.
We've had enough of the same old thing."
--Senator Barack Obama

7 comments:

Ronaldus Magnus said...
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Ruby (ish) said...

$5,000 can get you a pretty good butt lift in Mexico...

New American Patriot said...

Whoah....

I'm bookin' a FLIGHT....

New American Patriot said...

Ronaldus mcDonaldus:

Sure Letterman's WAAYYY biased. That's why he's had McCain on his show THIRTEEN times. That's also why McCain made his Presidential bid ANNOUNCEMENT on Letterman's show.

I know you republicans are perpetually frightened, feeling threatened by shadow conspiracies and whining about unfair treatment., but in this case you haven't got a leg to stand on. McLame got caught lying - AND leaving Letterman holding the bag, filling up 15 minutes of very expensive prime time programming at the last minute.

Ruby (ish) said...

I can't imagine how McCain can be seen as the winner of this round. You can't mix presidential election process with attempts at presidential policies. And judging by the Senate's opinion of Bush's bailout proposal, McCain made an oopsie.

Correct me if I am wrong, but didn't the reps get re-elected in the first place by putting the fear of islamic terrorism into the minds of gullible Americans (well that, and vote fixing, but anyway...) Isn't this the same tactic being used now, except they are now instilling the fear of economic ruin and making the reps out as the only saviours? I don't know, but speaking as a Canadian (and what the fuck do we know) but surely all those people in Ohio and Idaho who are already dealing with direct financial ruin can see this as blatant manipulation?

New American Patriot said...

Unfortunately, as the foregoing poster will cheerfully attest, a great number of Americans think the Republican "platform", whatever it may consist of, is God's gift to the American people.

Republicans have learned than disinformation, even outright lying, is very useful, as people will believe it, and when the truth comes out, it's usually too late to sway opinions. This is Sarah Palin's strategy to a T; she's basically lying about EVERYTHING....

Ronaldus Magnus said...
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