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Tuesday, April 10, 2007

McCain tries to get back in the race by calling on -- Dr. Strangelove?

if he's trotting out henry the "ve haf our vays" k and his buds THIS early in the campaign, mccain must realize he's in deep, deep trouble...
Henry Kissinger and three other former US secretaries of state have endorsed Republican Senator John McCain in his bid for the presidency, his campaign team said on Tuesday.


McCain has also won support from Alexander Haig and George Shultz, who served as secretaries of state under former president Ronald Reagan, and Lawrence Eagleburger, who was secretary of state under ex-president George H.W. Bush, father of the current president.

he IS in deep, deep trouble... as a presidential candidate, when people start laughing at you, you know you're cooked... however, this also reveals just how the entrenched, war-loving, power structure is wedded to somebody like mccain...

The Daily Show on McCain's Baghdad visit

(thanks to crooks and liars...)

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