Sunday, April 25, 2010

Girlieman of the Week Award: Juan McCain

From Politically Incorrect Gazette --

Girlieman of the Week

Date Awarded: April 23, 2010

Girlieman: Juan McCain
Girlie Antics: Hypocrisy on Steroids

There’s nothing like a tough primary fight with a well known challenger to make a legend in his own mind like Juan McCain change his spots. Finding J. D. Hayworth a formidable challenger, and unable to simply smear J. D. into political oblivion, Juan channeled his inner weasel and decided to repackage himself.

By the time he finished his political makeover, Juan was portraying himself as so staunchly conservative that he makes Mr. Conservative, Barry Goldwater, seem like a card carrying extreme Libertard stamped out of the Barry Obama mold. Nice try, Juan. You might fool some people, but you don’t fool us for an instant.

‘Maverick’ is gone, and he vehemently rejects the label, when someone tries to pin it on him.

‘Amnesty’, once the centerpiece of his legislative initiatives, is gone too. Now, he’s making Tom Tancredo seem like a border jumper's best friend. When last seen, Juan was talking about putting soldiers on the border and getting tough on border jumping scumbag invaders, with the re-enforced borders he once denigrated so vociferously.

Juan is the poster punk for hypocritical weasels. A man devoid of convictions, he’s that epitome of unprincipled pontificating: a politician seeking re-election. I don’t know if it will get him re-elected, since that’s in the capable hands of Arizona’s chad punchers. I do know that Juan "I’ll say anything to get re-elected" McCain’s weasel antics earned him the recognition he so richly deserves. Congratulations Juan, you’re the Politically Incorrect Gazette’s Girlieman of the Week.


1 comment:

  1. I live in Arizona. 3 years ago things were a little different. Further, John McCain does not support amnesty and believes that we should not reward lawbreakers. Any measure designed to fix the broken immigration system must deal with the undocumented population, and as we all know, this is very difficult challenge that attracts a wide range of diverse views and opinions. We need a practical solution for dealing with undocumented immigrants currently living and working in our country and that solution must be carried out in a manner that fosters the social, economic, and security interest of the United States. Today, the criminal drug cartels from Mexico are starting to invade the borders and find their way into the cities in AZ. McCain has been calling for troops for over a year now to help protect our borders. This administration has avoided this plea for too long and we just watched an innocent rancher on the border in AZ get murdered. It is time this president listened to us.


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