Friday, March 28, 2008

Size matters:

Over at TAPPED, they've got McCain's first national television ad. It's pointed out that the ad "in a single minute manages to refer to the U.S. as a 'she' that must be protected", presumably by a manly-man. And what a man! Take a look at this frame where McCain flaunts his tie. Huge and hanging.
There's an old joke along those lines (heard on Letterman a decade ago). Goes like this:
PERSON A: I saw you out last night and you were disgusting. That big pink thing hanging out below your belt.

PERSON B: Hey, stop complaining, that was my tie!
Also, that frame has the words "McCain: Ready On Day One", which is also Clinton's slogan. What's so special about Day One, and what are either candidate planning to do in the first 24 hours?


What's so special about Day One ... ?

This from a proponent of the party of "first hundred days" Nancy Pelosi!

Certainly McCain can't do worse or less in his first 24 hours than Pelosi did in her much vaunted first hundred days.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3/29/2008 10:47 AM  

What's so special about Day One

Obviously, it's a reference to 9/11. I vividly remember Bush, et. al. testifying through Rice that things were just too much up in the air, trying to take over in a new administration.

The implication, obviously, is that we can't afford someone who has to take time to learn on the job because the last time this happened - i.e. Bush - we lost the world trade center.

By Blogger Hellblazer, at 3/31/2008 6:49 AM  

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