Ole John has almost always reminded us how long he has been around if not doing the other one; the one about being a prisoner of war.
So in the past week he went back to his favorite refrain in the case of the Joe Lieberman - Al Franken issue and that got me thinking. What will John McCain be remembered for in his 20 years around?
What will John McCain be remembered for in his 20 years around? I have cracked my mind thinking much about this. It looks like almost everything we were reminded of in the campaign season about stuff John McCain did, we have seen dramatic reversals in the one year after he had been rejected as president of the United States BUT what has stood firmly is his inability or lack of will to be truthful about issues with regards to Sarah "Palling-Around" Palin.
McCain has resisted commonsense criticism of everything Sarah "Palling-Around" Palin. As much he can, Ole John has blamed the media, scoffed at republicans, democrats, and independents who have questioned Sarah "Palling-Around" Palin on all things from her lack of understanding of the house health-care bill (remember death panels), her characterization of the McCain campaign for money http://www.huffingtonpost.com/... to the issue of the visor http://www.buzzfeed.com/...
So nothing with Sarah "Palling-Around" Palin offends Ole John and I think maybe he does not realise that as far as "Average Joe" is concerned the only thing noteworthy and memorable is the disaster of a choice he made with choosing Sarah "Palling-Around" Palin as vice-presidential candidate. This will be his legacy.
When Ole John is dead and gone to his grave, what we will remember with him is this very choice and the sooner he comes to his Ole senses and start doing something about this broken-arrow the better rather acting like the misfit parent who can only remember their criminal adult son in the context of their diaper draped bottoms with such outrageous statements you usually hear as "he is my cute child and can do no harm". I always feel anger when I hear this.
Wake up Ole John.