Sunday, June 29, 2008

Sadly, Alzheimers has begun to take its toll

Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., steps off his campaign bus to board his campaign charter, Friday, June 20,2008, at the airport in Minneapolis. McCain was traveling to Canada to give a speech to the Economic Club of Toronto.

McCain seemed genuinely baffled when asked by this reporter why he was going to Toronto, since Canadians can't vote for the U.S. President.

McCain listened intently as his aide whispered in his ear, then replied, "We all have high hopes that this voting injustice will be rectified before November."

As he boarded the small jet, McCain could be seen in heated discussion with the aide, finally pushing him roughly to the tarmac. He then began kicking at the prone man, but other members of McCain's entourage quickly restrained the senator before any of the kicks found their mark.

We had a nice shot of the senator kicking at the fallen aide, but our camera was taken from us during Relax Max's usual obscene tirade at Secret Service agents. As a result, the above pictures really don't have shit to do with this story, but we needed some filler.
(Left, President Bush hard a work with the cares of the Presidency. Right, Hillary Clinton happily concedes to Obama.)


Angelika said...


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Grumpus. said...

I heard of this incident *looks sideways*

Qelqoth said...

Dubya's popular culinary skills will sure be missed when Obama gets elected.