McCain spokesman, Tucker Bounds defended that their double negative campaign sets new lows in political and/or/without grammatical attacks.
"We don't need no education," sung Bounds. "We don't need no thought control. Especially from elite Harvard graduates who don’t have no idea of what real Americans don’t want."
McCain is expected to go after Obama on his association with former Weatherman, Bill Ayers.
"And after John reminds the electorate of that terrorist connection," said Bounds, "I anticipate he will go after Obama on his association with former Weatherman terrorist, Bill Ayers."
Bounds said that despite the dirty double-dipping, the campaign had no choice.
"Yes, there’s no denying that we don’t have no easy answer as to why this race is no more civil than it is," said Bounds. "But John just can’t stand by and not do nothing. It’s well known that John is a maverick who pays no never mind to what is not politically incorrect. Not today, not never."
Obama’s communications director, David Wade, confirmed that their campaign can’t get no satisfaction from the negative tit for tat, by just not doing zilch.
"You ain’t heard nothin’ yet."