For those still whining about the Rev Hagee’s endorsement of McCain, and desperately trying to conflate that with Black Racist Jesus’s 20-year embrace of his mentor and spiritual guide the Right Odious Rev Wright and the Messiah’s flat but guileful refusal to categorically denounce same:
“It’s nonsense, it’s nonsense, it’s nonsense, it’s nonsense, it’s nonsense. I don’t have anything additional to say. It’s nonsense, it’s nonsense, it’s nonsense, I don’t have anything more to say….it’s nonsense. I reject that categorically.”
It sure is — in every imaginable way. Goalposts will be moved in 5…4…3…2…1…
But before we all get too gushy over Juanny Mav, let’s not break our arms patting him on the back:
April 24 (Bloomberg) — John McCain toured a New Orleans neighborhood still reeling from Hurricane Katrina and issued a new and scathing critique of the “terrible and disgraceful” failure of the Bush administration’s response to the disaster.
McCain, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, said that had he been president he would have immediately visited the area after the storm hit in August 2005. While he’s been critical of the administration’s Katrina response before, the Arizona senator’s remarks today were some of the sharpest he’s used.
“Never again will a disaster of this nature be handled in this terrible and disgraceful manner,” McCain said after a walking tour of the Lower Ninth Ward, a predominantly black neighborhood that was devastated by Katrina. “History will judge this president,” he said. “This was an unacceptable scenario.”
And so the liberal meme of “disgraceful and incompetent” to describe the largest and fastest mobilization of federal disaster relief resources in history is further embedded in the consciousness of the ill-informed and/or dishonest — by a guy who misrepresents himself as “conservative.” Thanks a pantload, John.