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McCain Comments On Iraq and His 'Girls'

In an interview with Fox News Channel, Sen. John McCain reacts to the so-called McCain Girls, and at the end of the interview opines about politically-themed viral video efforts:

"I think this is part of the new technology and the new life we lead in politics, and a lot of it is very entertaining."

-- Ed O'Keefe

By Ed O'Keefe |  April 9, 2008; 3:05 PM ET John McCain
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John McWar doesn't want to exit from the war in Iraq
John McAlzhiemer's doesn't know the difference between a Shiite and Sunni even after he is reminded several time
He is clearly cognitively impaired and can't talk about the economy even with the aide of a telepromter

Posted by: Andrew Kenneth | April 9, 2008 3:34 PM

painful to watch

Posted by: kingofzouk | April 9, 2008 5:57 PM

I'm not sure that McCain is "cognitively impaired", but I do believe that he is cognitively-stuck in the 20th century.

He is operating from an outdated, outmoded, obsolete paradigm.

He is employing a cold war mentality 16 years after the cold war has ended.

We don't need a decade's long occupation of Iraq. We do not even need a decade's long presence in Iraq like we have Germany or South Korea.

The times have changed, John.

The enemy we now face does not respect borders. It does not owe allegiance to a "country" or "nation"; it is a borderless foe.

We could keep a presence in Iraq, John, and it will not make America more secure. Al-Qaeda in Iraq is not tied to bin-Laden's al-Qaeda. We, our invasion, spawned al-Qaeda in Iraq -- it did not exist prior to our incursion.

We could keep a presence in Iraq and the enemy -- the REAL Enemy -- will simply go elsewhere (like Afghanistan or Pakistan or the Sudan).

Unless you plan on occupying every single Muslim country in the world -- your cold war mentality will not make us more safe, John McCain.

Posted by: AdrickHenry | April 9, 2008 6:07 PM

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