John McCain’s legacy

John McCain - Caricature

John McCain - Caricature (Photo credit: DonkeyHotey)

This is why John McCain should never be listened to again:

Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday asked the Arizona senator to respond to HBO’s movie “Game Change,” which implies that he only selected Palin because she was a woman.

“I thought she was the best qualified person,” McCain insisted. “I thought she had the ability to excite our party, and the kind of person that I wanted to see succeed in the political arena. She was a very effective and successful governor [of Alaska]. Again, I look forward and not back.”

“What I don’t understand, even in the tough world of politics, why there continues to be such assaults on a good and decent person, Sarah Palin, a fine family person, a person whose nomination energized our campaign,” he said. “We were in the lead and they continue to attack and disparage her character and her person.”

If he really believes Palin was the best qualified, that shows he has no judgment and should not have been allowed in the Oval Office. If he doesn’t believe what he’s saying, that shows he’s dishonest and should not have been allowed in the Oval Office.

Sen. Grumpy McLoser has to know that his legacy and the first paragraph of his obituary will be that he inflicted Sarah Palin on America, and as a result he lowered political discourse and he damaged the country. Live it up, John!

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