McCain has his faults, but tonight he's my man

From Editor and Publisher:

The biggest commotion at the Republican National Convention Monday night occurred just before 10 pm with the entrance of anti-Bush filmmaker Michael Moore, ...

Moore had received more hassling than usual over press credentials on his way upstairs to this perch and then it took 20 minutes for him to get from the hallway just outside to his seat, as he was stopped by security two more times. [BF: Well boo-hoo*spit*hoo]

Then, after taking his seat, he watched as Senator John McCain, speaking to the crowd, referred to a certain "disingenuous film-maker" and seemed to glance at Moore above him. Much of the audience erupted in boos and then, turning to Moore, many delegates shouted "Four more years!"


And I'll bet they didn't even have his 72 raisins waiting, either. (Sob.)

Update: The whole McCain quote was:

"It was a choice between war and a graver threat. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Not our critics abroad. Not our political opponents. And certainly not a isingenious film maker who would have us believe that Saddam's Iraq was an oasis of peace when in fact it was a place of indescribably cruelty, torture chambers, mass graves, and prisons that destroyed the lives of the small children held inside their walls."

Hat tip: Dean's World, for posting the whole quote.


At 12:47 PM, Blogger Sergeant America said...

:: thumbup ::

I've had my own "issues" with Senator McCain due to owning a townhome in Arizona, but John was "on target" last night.

JMcC has his own "waffles" IMHO...something he has somewhat "grown out of." (Unlike "He Who Should Not Be Named...")

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