John McCain's Contempt For Obama Still Growing

Posted: Friday, July 3, 2009 | Posted by Chico Brisbane | Labels: , , ,

John McCain's contempt for Barack Obama is alive and well and has been steadily growing since the beginning of the 2008 race for the White House. It's becoming even more obvious now that McCain carries it with the added weight of defeat on his shoulders and the bitter taste of jealousy in his mouth.

One would think that a man with the skill and ability to manuver a military aircraft through the wild blue yonder, would be intelligent enough to realize that if his contemp for a man didn't serve him well when that man was a junior Senator, it most certainly will not serve him well now that that man is the President of The United States.

McCain continues to make the same mistakes that he did during the campaign by not picking his battles and repeatedly bringing a knife to a gunfight whenever he has a bone to pick with President Obama. In spite of multiple failed bids for the presidency, the military vet has the strategic foresight of a 12-year old boy playing battleship.

McCain has such a stunningly inflated sence of himself as the only true, honorable person that he uses contempt of his opponent as a normal tactic. This is his MO and being that he is somewhere closer to the end of this journey called life, there's little time for tender notions, fond reflections, or teaching an old dog new tricks.

The presidency has long been an ambition by McCains own admission, and when news came that the race would be between he and Obama and not Hillery, for a breif moment McCain surely had to believe that victory was all but certain. But then he opened his mouth. Soon after that, he tapped Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate and then she opened her mouth.

What wakes me up in a cold sweat in the wee hours of the morning is my unshakable belief that had Sen. McCain tapped Gov. Huckabee as his VP choice, John McCain would be President of the United States right now as sure as I am sitting here typing these letters onto my computer screen. Just thinking about it scares the bajesus out of me. Instead, McCain will finish out his term as the Senator from Arizona and taking swipes at President Obama even if he has to create the scenarios to criticize him.

In the video clip below, McCain hems Obama up for not speaking out against the situation in Iran as forcefully as other leaders such as French President Nikolas Sarkozy, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.