Aug 5, 2008

McCain Decides To Run as a Parody

John McCain made the tough choice to run as a parody today and he dove head in head first at a motorcycle rally in South Dakota.

“As you may know,” he told the tens of thousands gathered at the 68th annual Sturgis Rally at Buffalo Chip campground, “not long ago, a couple of hundred thousand Berliners made a lot of noise for my opponent. I’ll take the roar of fifty thousand Harleys any day.”

Okay. Those two things aren't at all related, but I'll give you a couple of stretch points. I mean, you are pandering to an audience, but at least you're in America. That's what I'm looking for in a president; someone who never leaves America - at least until AFTER he's president. Why? Because I love arbitrary and baseless rules.
Bikers in the crowd revved their engines numerous times in support of the presumptive GOP nominee. McCain said it was music to his ears.

“This is my first time here,” he said, “but I recognize that sound. It’s the sound of freedom.”

Ooo, so close. That's actually the sound of pollution. Freedom sounds more like, "Hey, I'm smoking this joint on the steps of Congress legally." It also sounds like, "Jim, do you take Fred as your husband, as long as you both shall live..." It sounds nothing like a motorcycle engine.

But, I get the point, you think everyone is stupid.

1 comment:

Denis Faye said...

Shut up about Sturgis, man. Need I remind you that Kiss is playing there?