Skip to comments.Esquire puts Mccain on the Cover (The Mccain Mutiny Strikes Again)
Posted on 07/11/2006 11:35:49 AM PDT by SDGOP
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I hope McCain does a few more interviews like this.
Then we won't have to worry about anyone in the GOP taking his presidential aspirations seriously.
Indeed. You think from these latest stumbles that he is being advised by James Carville?
McCain's plan is to ride to the White House on a great tidal wave of passionate Republican moderates.
I saw an Esquire magazine in the dentist's office a week ago. I'm still trying to figure out what it is.
Hell as bad as this thing is I think he may actually be getting advice from hillary.
More of the MSM shoving McCain down our throats. He is mainly beloved inside the covers of money-losing publications.
If he won the nomination I'm afraid I just wouldn't vote. I'd have to take a bucket with me to puke in if I pushed that button.
It was the strawberries. That's where I had them...
You might be able to call Esquire Un-Conservative, but you can hardly call them gentlemen.
What's with Esquire and the crotch-level photos?
Surely you jest?
Ummm, NO I'M NOT!
Bill Clinton the most influential man in world..ohhhhhhhhh puhleeeze. And as for the Dirty Hands on Bill Clinton, they have never been clean.
Meet John Weaver, the Big-Money consultant who hates Big Money.
August 16, 2001 3:00 p.m.
According to Roll Call, McCain consultant John Weaver gets $15,000 a month from the PAC. In the course of his selfless guerrilla war on Big Money, Weaver also spent more than $10,000 to stay at the Hotel George on Capitol Hill (he lives in New Hampshire).
If John Weaver really thinks Big Money politics is corrupt, one would think he'd go out of his way to avoid becoming a Big Money Washington consultant. It is on this principle that, say, televangelists don't cavort with strippers, or when they're caught doing it, at least act really embarrassed.
Weaver, however, is not embarrassed. His excuse is that he's the only honest man in Washington. "It's the difference between people who are in Washington to get something done and people who are in Washington who want to be someone," Weaver told Roll Call.
Some Republicans at this point seem hell bent on forcing a Rino on the party, McCain, Guliani, etc.. Have they forgotten what happens when they turn their backs on their base ("Read my lips!")?
Esquire, the magazine for very tender "men" who are able to get in touch with their inner woman.
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