CFMA - Counrty First My Ass!

Posted: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 | Posted by Chico Brisbane | Labels: , , ,

It is amazing just how little has been made of Sen. McCain going on CBS news with his running mate so that he could try to explain what Palin meant while answering a voters question regarding Pakistan. Can you just imagine the field-day that Fox
News would be having if Sen. Obama had to go on CBS with Sen. Biden to spin a gaff in the parties favor when it is already quite clear what Governor Palin said and what she meant when she said it. Not only is Sen. McCain out of touch with the average American voter, he is out of touch with his own running mate. McCain has no standing whatsoever to utter the words “What Sen. Obama doesn’t understand”

What Sen. McCain doesn’t understand is that the very people that he has chosen to speak on his behalf are the very people who have robbed him of the presidency and that his choice of Gov. Palin as his running mate was the beginning of what will become the gold standard, the cliff-notes on what not to do when running for President of The United States of America.

I was standing next to Chico Brisbane when Gov. Palin was announced as the vice presidential candidate. “Now she’s a bridge nowhere!” Brisbane said referring to Sarah Palin and at the time I didn’t subscribe to that theory. I thought that Chico was seriously underestimating the method to McCain’s madness, but he wasn’t. There is no method to McCain’s madness, there is no rhyme to his reason and quite simply “The lights are on, but nobody’s home.”

What I would give to have been a fly on the wall when John McCain learned that the “walls street rescue bill” crashed and burned after his campaign staff was in the process of taking credit for the bailout on his behalf. Below are the assumptive comments of McCain surrogates counting Sen. McCain’s chickens before they hatched. CFMA! John McCain, CFMA!

Source: Chico Brisbane, HuffPo, Think Progress, Jerry Sifuentes


  1. Anonymous said...
  2. I can hardly sit still wondring how the VP debate will turn out.


  3. Anonymous said...
  4. Well...It turned out better for Palin than I thought it would, but that's not saying much since I expected her to freeze up. You could hardly make sense of what she was saying but she filled every second with a word even if it didn't quite fit in the sentance.

  5. Anonymous said...
  6. it amazing how quickly Palin turned on the McCain campaign after the election was over. It seems that when it comes to Palin, nothing is ever her fault. It's the bias media, the McCain campaign. So then she makes this documentary to get her side of the story out and now she is at odd with the producer of the documentary because of how she came off not so good in the documentary. Perhaps one day Palin will realize that that is what happens when she opens her mouth.

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