Skip to comments.Suspended Animation: McCain's Second Life Supporting the Uniparty & Deep State Begins (satire & pic
Posted on 09/05/2018 3:21:43 PM PDT by poconopundit
He's back! Fresh off a highly successful political rally at his funeral, John McCain will now continue his Uniparty work thanks to the miracle of suspended animation. We spoke to Deep State spokeswoman, the lovely Lisa Stzrok, about what's being called: McCain 2.0:
Why did the Deep State decide to put the Senator in suspended animation?
Frankly, McCain 2.0 is vital to us because Trump is so hard to combat. The Fake News has attacked Trump with false stories 24/7 for three years, but he keeps getting stronger. Ex-Presidents are also afraid to go after Trump alone.
That's why McCain's unhinged anger and grumpiness are big assets. When you get McCain in the room, other Uniparty members muster up the courage to call for Trump's impeachment.
So former CIA director John Brennan paved the way for McCain 2.0 by getting a special FISA (Freeze In Suspended Animation) waiver to bypass the Courts.
Where will you use the ex-Senator?
Actually the Senator wasn't very useful to us as a cancer patient. But with McCain 2.0 we can re-animate and deploy him in many scenarios.
For instance, John can now resume delivering fake dossiers to the Deep State, CNN, and NBC. And believe me, when a zombie ex-Senator pays a visit to your office, it gets your attention.
McCain 2.0 is also perfect for TV, though logistics support is required to transport his life-support tank. If he's kept out of the tank too long, his brain will decay even further than when he was alive.
Special events are being coordinated with the military industrial complex. For example, McCain 2.0 is perfect for starting new wars to fully test new military weapons and soldier readiness.
|A couple days ago I asked for FReepers to supply ideas for a headline or caption to this graphic. And the winner is ** rlmorel **. Congratulations! Here is his caption:|
|Finally, you can download the Excel sheet (2 MB) containing the source photos, final mockups, and details on how the graphics were put together.|
I’m seriously trying to find this funny. That said, I’m still ill thinking how he messed with our nation’s safety and its soldiers because of his own arrogance. Sigh.
Fully understand. Rotten to the core this man.
If they could do it, I’m sure they would.
Cryonic McCain has a special vault lined with bitter herbs and salt.
Well, now that I think about it, it is kinda too bad that McCain died.
With him alive, every rare once in a while, he would vote with the Republicans.
Now that he is dead, he will be voting straight ticket Democrat for the next 40 years.
Better also add some garlic, a cross, and a wooden stake.
Tolja that was the best caption!
Yes you were the judge who tipped the scales...
You calling me fat?!?! Lol
That is right.... cain Insurance.
Did anyone see him in the coffin?
Hahahaha...I am flattered!
That there is my 15 Minutes of Fame!
Well. We withstood the contempt of John McCain and his allies for many years, no doubt they will carry on the vendetta against conservatives.
It was a very good caption off the cuff.
I’m curious of your thoughts on the graphics I’ve produced recently.
I’ve gotten fairly good at the strong visual.
But what about the text? Do you like the longer text narrative? Or would something shorter be just as powerful?
Trying to find the right formula.
I have always enjoyed some of the precepts of Strunk & White’s “The Elements of Style” which preaches brevity.
However, as you may have observed from reading my posts, I simply cannot adhere to that concept...and as a result, I get the dismissive response “TL;DR”, which I admit is often deserved. But I often cannot help it...I have to try to “fit it all in”.
That said, with graphics, I prefer short and pithy. That makes for a powerful Internet meme, IMO.
As for your graphics, well done! I enjoy them and find them visually spot on, not too distracting, right color combinations. Funny you would ask that, as over the last month or two it seems you have been posting more graphics, and I noticed them...I like the style.
Two years ago I worked on writing a vanity on the theme of Intrepid, but let me drop a few images here to show what I was up to:
The Ketch Intrepid used to protect American shipping from the Barbary pirates.
America's Cup victor Intrepid
USS Intrepid in the Battle of Okinawa
If you read Strunk & White, you’re an avid writer. Fiction? Non-fiction?
I agree with your assessment. If I put too much effort in the text, it doesn’t get read. Call it the National Geograpic effect. I can’t ever remember reading the full text of their narratives.
I’m trying to figure out if there’s a way to parlay my politic graphic skill into a part-time gig in syndication.
Maybe what I can do is offer people a platform to create their own captions from an Excel file.
My first step is to make the graphics already produced available on a website for easy retrieval.
Hey! Was that Gregory Peck one yours? I copied and saved that one a while back because I liked it...that alone should tell you I wasn’t kidding when I said I liked your work.
You and I were in at the same time...were you in Yokosuka back then? (I lived there for a few years back in the sixties...learned a lot there!)
Thanks for your service shipmate...:)
I love writing...when I retire, I’m gonna write...something!
Good, yes I really liked putting together the Gregory Peck one. And it was informed by observing the good (and not so good) skippers I’d seen in my nine years in the Navy.
I passed through Yokosuka a few times in the mid-70’s. Then I was shore duty in Sasebo 1980-83, which was just wonderful. Found my wife there, so I’m still connected to Japan through her and NHK TV.
For me, the Navy was personally enriching. But it really didn’t prepare me well for the business world since the Navy aboard ship was about “operating” something as opposed to the producing, selling, and marketing you need do in the business world.
Still, I’m not sure you can easily trade the experience of seeing the world and learning new cultures. Living in Japan talk me a great deal about America’s pros and cons — still does.
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