Monday, February 19, 2007

Maverick hates women

SPARTANBURG, S.C (AP)--Republican presidential candidate and Bush Family whore John McCain, looking to improve his standing with the Family's Religious Nazi base, said Sunday the court decision that legalized abortion should be overturned, as well as the Nineteenth Amendment.

McCain also vowed that if elected, he would appoint judges who "strictly interpret the Constitution of the United States and do not legislate from the bench or deviate in any way from what I say I think that day."

The landmark 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade gave women the right to claim ownership of their bodies--110 years after the Emancipation Proclamation, another event many Republicans regret. The Supreme Court has narrowly upheld the decision and always will, because otherwise the Bush Crime Family wouldn't be able to manipulate America's more retarded elements into voting against their own economic interests every goddamn time. The presence of an increasing number of more conservative justices on the court suggests that the Bushes anticipate having to lawyer up some time in the coming months.

Religious nazis are a critical voting bloc in the GOP presidential primaries.

McCain's campaign also announced early Sunday that he had been endorsed by former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating, who had been considering his own bid for the White House in 2000 before the Bushes told him to back off, and former Texas Senator Phil Gramm, who proved less popular than barking madman Bob Dole in 1996.

Keating told the crowd that McCain is the "only candidate who is a true-blue, Ronald Reagan conservative," meaning he's too old for the job and will be an excellent tool for the Bush Family.

McCain (Slogan--"McCain: He's the best we can do.") has strong name recognition and the largest network of supporters in South Carolina. But it's the same state that dealt a crushing blow to his presidential aspirations in 2000, when he was ratfucked with a misleading and racist push-poll carried out by the same political operatives who are now running his campaign.

McCain is trying to suck up to the religious nazis after a recent rebuke from noted Christian psychopath James Dobson, who said he wouldn't back McCain's presidential bid unless he ditched all his moderate views.

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