Thursday, May 08, 2008


Cindy McCain is, quite properly in the circumstances, refusing to release copies of her tax returns, leading the ignorant twerp who is head of the Democratic National Committee to opine thus:

"What is John McCain trying to hide?" Dean said in a statement. "Throughout this campaign, he has acted like his own calls for openness and accountability apply to everyone but himself. Now he thinks he can bring that same double standard to the White House."

First of all, Howard, there is absolutely no requirement that ANY candidate release their financial records, it's just a custom. Secondly, Senator McCain and Mrs. McCain have kept their financial lives separate from one another for their entire thirty-year marriage. Therefore, Cindy McCain’s finances are none of anyone’s business. And Senator McCain isn't trying to hide anything. Like Cindy McCain, I believe that HER finances are none of your damned business and it's fairly certain that John McCain completely agrees!

I have to say, HoHo, that the fact that you are trying to make an issue of this non-issue displays a level of fear of John McCain I wasn’t aware existed. Don't you think it's past time you returned to your Vermont home and practiced the art of silence for a while?


pianogirl said...

I think you've finally insulted a horse's ass!

Pam said...

But Gayle, how else do we keep the class war going??? Cindy McCain is awash in beer money, doncha know...and Americans have a right to know how privileged she really is!

Dean is on his way out...he's made a bigger mess out out of the Democrat Party than it ever was before.

And I agree with Pianogirl...that poor horse's ass should be apologized to.

RHM said...


You could have stopped writing after the title and the post would have been complete. Dean is a horse's ass. I went to university in Vermont when he was governor. During my last year 4 other students and I had dinner with him (5 on 1). He was friendly and cordial but governor of Vermont should have been his last stop on the political train. The thought of him as President is a joke. Heck, he's head of the DNC but has less influence in the Democratic Party than Dukakis. A horse's ass indeed.

PS: I recently found your blog and like your writing style. I don't always agree with you but you make some very strong arguments.