Monday, July 7, 2008


From Time:

Only recently have McCain's aides urged him to pull back from the pastime. In the heat of the G.O.P. primary fight last spring, he announced on a visit to the Vegas Strip that he was going to the casino floor. When his aides stopped him, fearing a public relations disaster, McCain suggested that they ask the casino to take a craps table to a private room, a high-roller privilege McCain had indulged in before. His aides, with alarm bells ringing, refused again, according to two accounts of the discussion. "He clearly knows that this is on the borderline of what is acceptable for him to be doing," says a Republican who has watched McCain play. "And he just sort of revels in it."

You want this weasel-dick taking chances w/ your country?

1 comment:

Calvin said...

do you condemn all gambling? Because he is in a position of power, does that mean he is not entitled to doing the same things that any other citizen can do?

Please, where is your logic?