As usual, our Republican presumptive candidate, Sen. John "F--- You" McCain steps into it regarding the "Rev" Jeremiah Wright controversy by, you guessed it, slamming the North Carolina Republican party for broadcasting a television spot questioning Sen. Barack and his friends, including the aforementioned "Rev.:" Wright.
It appears that Sen. "F--- You" McCain did not even see the television spot http://rss.townhall.com/trackback/www/d6f7b4de-91c5-4c08-9da9-634839c203e9/ in question. He even said that he hoped he never would see it.
Well, yesterday, Hugh Hewitt played most of two of the controversial sermons from the "Rev." http://rss.townhall.com/trackback/www/34fedc25-b630-48e8-b2f4-326c5d9d5314/ on his radio show. It made me ashamed and embarrassed that the "Rev." Wright considers himself a Christian.
I think that Sen. "F--- You" McCain, before slamming his own party, should take some time to listen to these disgusting, in context, sermons and then say what he thinks about Sen. Barack's judgement in attending Trinity United Church of Christ http://tucc.org for 20 years, exposing his daughters to this hate-monger.
Sen. Barack has made his judgement a centerpiece of his campaign for the Democrat nomination for president. So far, starting with the "Rev." Wright and his relationship with the unrepentant American terrorists, William Ayres and Bernadine Dohrn, to use a youthful explanation, his judgement sucks.
And, whether Sen. McCain likes it or not, it is not only fair game, but necessary to remind the voters of.
Just as out candidate gets me at least tolerable with the impending candidacy, Sen. "F--- You" McCain reminds me of why I did not support his candidacy in the first place. I only hope that he starts remembering two things. He is the Republican candidate for president. And that he better take off the gloves now before either Sen. Barack or Sen. Hillary Clinton define him. Or it is Bob Dole '96 all over again.