Posted on AngryAsianMan.com, this Fairey-esque poster is one John McCain. I wasn't in the press pool of the straight talk express that day when he uttered the ugly words spelled out here, but I'm thinking it might have been something like this.
My stomach curdles when I hear statements like the ones the presidential candidate (Maybe you're more George Wallace than you want to admit, senator) refuses to apologize for. I can't profess to even begin to comprehend what it must have been like for a POW under the loving care of the North Vietnamese, but if you have demons like this, stay out of my White House.
In the meantime, it's good to know the activist cavalry is mounting their offense.
Hell, you know what I hate: I hate Kooks.
UPDATE: My Huffington Post editorial on the McCain quote.
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