Hey McCain, Spain is actually our ally!

Thu, 09/18/2008 - 7:19am
By: Main Stream

Wow. McCain proves that he will continue the Bush missteps of being a total embarrassment in regards to our country's international relations.

Did he forget that Spain is actually an ally of the U.S. and a member of NATO and that meeting with the Spanish Prime Minister would be a GOOD THING?!

Is he really that dense? Did he have a minor stroke and lose some brain cells? Does he need to check his neocon playbook first? Why is he acting this way?


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Submitted by jackyldo on Thu, 09/18/2008 - 1:53pm.

Late Wednesday night, news made its way from the other side of the Atlantic that John McCain, in an interview with a Spanish outlet, had made a series of bizarre responses to a question regarding that country's prime minister.

"Would you be willing to meet with the head of our government, Mr. Zapatero?" the questioner asked, in an exchange now being reported by several Spanish outlets.

McCain proceeded to launch into what appeared to be a boilerplate declaration about Mexico and Latin America -- but not Spain -- pressing the need to stand up to world leaders who want to harm America.

You know Spain where terrorist's blew up a train ? We we're all Spaniard's the following day I think you mumbled.

Yes, elect this old FOOL President we'll be attacking England as he tries to capture George III.

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Submitted by Main Stream on Thu, 09/18/2008 - 2:24pm.

I see now that the McCain campaign is spinning this latest gaffe by stating that he meant what he said, refusing to commit to a meeting WITH OUR ALLY SPAIN.

Then why during the interview, when he was supposedly discussing Spain and the PM Zapatero, did McCain start talking about the "drug cartels" in Mexico? Towards the end of the discussion, the interviewer repeatedly had to restate that she was referring to Zapatero and Spain "in Europe", NOT Latin America or Mexico. And foreign policy is supposedly one of McSame's strengths?

Nice try, Sheunemann, but it's becoming more and more apparent that McSpain is losing it. But he's got his hockey-mom VP available to help prop him up in the event his dementia really kicks in. Oh, and she was a "point guard" on her high school b-ball team too - he's so proud of her.

I wonder if Palin can see Spain from Alaska too?


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