John McCain’s Double-Talk Express

Saw this over at CrooksandLiars. Priceless video of presidential hopeful Senator John McCain flip-flopping on various issues.

2 Responses to “John McCain’s Double-Talk Express”

  1. icanplainlysee Says:


    McCain isn’t my favorite guy.
    I’m not surprised the producers of this piece of propoganda focused on the usual claptrap left wing issues of internationalist pacifism, homosexual marriage and the mandatory anti-Christian bias.

    Crooks and Liars producers need some time off. Maintaining the level of vitriol and demagoguery that they do will wear the average guy slap out.

    Thanks for spreading this tripe.

    Nazi propogandists would salute you.

  2. BlackFlag Says:

    Would you have thought better of this video if it depicted more McCain flip-flops on right-wing issues rather than on left-wing ones? Somehow, I think not. His fair-weather support of Jerry Falwell should be as least as interesting to conservatives as it is to liberals. I would also anticipate that Republicans would be more aware of the hypocrisy of attacking a video that shows McCain as a flip-flopper after they leveled that same criticism (accurately I believe) against John Kerry in 2004. If not being a flip-flopper is as important to Republicans today as it was in 2004 (and there is no reason why it shouldn’t be) then they should be grateful to the producers of this video for bringing this very serious flaw of Senator John McCain to their attention before the primaries.

    The over-the-top “Nazi propagandist” hyperbole indicates that this video must have irritated you quite a bit. Good luck with that.

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