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Quoted: Snooki on her dude, John McCain (video)

"That's my dude! He tweeted me and he was like 'you know what, I would never tax on tanning.' You know, I love Obama. I do, he's the president, I support him all the way, but c'mon tanning?'"

-- Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi on "FOX & Friends" Wednesday morning, on her Twitter relationship with John McCain. She also talks about how you can lose weight by eating cookies. Come on, you know you're going to watch.

By The Reliable Source  |  June 16, 2010; 4:39 PM ET
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Arizonans are tired of McCain and his ways. He has time to tweet Snooki but no time to debate JD Hayworth? McCain voted for the billion dollar pork TARP bailouts, co-sponsored Cap and Trade legislation, and received the bulk of his campaign money from convicted Ponzi scheme crook Scott Rothstein and banks that benefited from the TARP bailouts. Now he won't give the Ponzi schemes $1.1 million victims' contributions back, because he wants it for more attack TV ads on JD Hayworth. He has a lifetime rating of only 81% from the American Conservative Union, which sunk to an alltime low of 63 in 2008. JD's lifetime rating is 98. The choice is clear, folks, let's help JD get elected and let McCain retire. Contribute now!

Posted by: RedArizonan | June 16, 2010 10:45 PM | Report abuse

@ RedArizonan: sticks and stones . . . sticks and stones. The TARP issue is dead - if JD had been in office he would have voted for it (you know it, I know it, he knows it - er, maybe he knows it). Cap and Trade . . . really, you're going to pick Cap and Trade to hang your hat on!? JD thinks Cap and Trade involves hats and drawing names from a fish bowl. Sensible cap and trade measures are a step toward the balance we need in the US, and businesses that adapt to that market will survive while promoting energy independence and creating jobs. Those that don't change, and presume a "business as usual" position, will look like BP does now . . . $31.96 per share . . . it is literally half the company it was before the spill. And lets talk about Ponzi schemes . . . the McCain camp has said the money due back is back, and has been back for sometime (so check your facts). Further, the primary reason JD lost his bid for re-election to Congress had to due with his unethical and politically unhealthy financial relationship with Jack Abramoff! Really!?

In summary, what you propose is putting JD in the Senate with statesmen, when he was a complete and total waste as a Congressman. To me, that is utterly ridiculous! Besides, there is no chance, no chance, JD will pull enough of the independent vote in the primary to win the nomination. To be clear, I'm not attacking you, but I am attacking your rationale.

Posted by: azforever | June 17, 2010 12:29 PM | Report abuse

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