These are things that would keep them out of the FBI, or prevent them from getting a faculty position at most universities, yet somehow it is condoned if one is running for President. Perhaps we have no one that could measure up to flawless standards, but one does have to wonder…
Cindy McCain ran her fingers through her husband’s hair and teased, “You’re getting a little thin up there.” He reddened and fired back, “At least I don’t plaster on the makeup like a trollop, you c*nt.” McCain later apologized saying he’d had a long day.
Any wives out there that accept verbal abuse based on a “long day”? What will President McCain say to the Chinese ambassador after a long day?
Here’s McCain on a good day:
The principle seems off here. If they make a mistake, he doesn’t want them to face the consequences?
I do not intend to slam both candidates, nor suggest that we should view it as choosing ‘the lesser of two evils.’ We should choose the candidate we think is best for the job. My question is, should a presidential candidate be held up to higher scrutiny or personal standards than a daycare worker or a substitute teacher? No offense to those honorable positions, but this is the highest office in the country.