His media acumen has proven his greatest, perhaps his only, survival skill. He has been smooth in spinning a response to suit his political needs for the moment. In 2006, Chris Matthews (MSNBC) said, “The press loves McCain. We’re his base.”
However, as McCain advances in age, his media instincts falter. He’s made many gaffs during his current campaign. Unbeknownst to him, someone cam corded him while he sang about bombing Iran in some morbid attempt at humor, undignified for a senator, much less a presidential candidate.
Like Bush, McCain stitched his political career in mythologies. Just as click here Karl Rove architected an artificial reality for G. W. Bush, he now constructs that sham magic for McCain’s campaign.
In 2004, former counterterrorism adviser, Richard Clarke published Against All Enemies a blistering testimony of his career in the White House under President Bush. On CNN Clarke said, “they’re saying some of the exact same things about McClellan they said about me.” Bush’s propaganda machine routinely smears any dissent or criticism.
Now that Bush is raising campaign funds for McCain, the new presidential candidate click here mimics Bush’s policies, making it possible for Bush to serve a third term at least vicariously.
I knew an American working class that made decisions from a tough, bitter, and skeptical gut. A carpenter could see the snake oil salesman in an Evangelical Preacher like Hagee. A plumber could smell the slimy stench of a rich kid charlatan like G.W. Bush from great distances. Now it’s time that all America’s working class wakes up and finds the light. We are the majority vote.