Skip to comments.Meghan McCain Suffering From Brain Damage
Posted on 05/11/2009 9:32:21 AM PDT by Shellybenoit
The NY Daily News is reporting that Republican Senator John McCain' Daughter is suffering from some sort of amnesia. The poor girl's affliction was displayed in public at the White House Correspondents' Dinner Saturday night. She showed up at the door, with only two tickets but she was trying to squeeze herself and two friends into this sold out dinner. After trying to work things out with the guardsShe muttered to her friends, Does he even know who the f--- I am? You see, the poor woman doesn't know who she is, she needs to ask guards who are total strangers. Its time for the elder McCain to get his daughter out of the public eye before her early onset dementia causes her further embarrassing. More below:
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When I grew up in the D.C. area in the late ‘70s, some friends and I would try to crash a party here and there on the weekends...never tried it at the White House, though...damn, that could’ve been fun.
Yeah, you're the daughter of the loser.
Well, good grief, it would take an hour and a half to hit every spot once. (Oh crap, I wasn't going to do those kind of jokes.) Quit feeding me straight lines!
I thought that was from the other JFK.
There was a story (no idea if true) that when John Effin' Kerry took office as Lt Governor of Mass., he took to signing all his correspondence "JFK", ordered paper with a "JFK" watermark for his letters, and had his office workers refer to him in the same fashion. It didn't take long for this to get back to Teddy. So Teddy went to JFK's office and told him that there was only one JFK, and if Lt Gov Kerry wanted to continue in politics, he would stop immediately or find out how the fast a career could end.
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