Sunday, February 28, 2010

Passing thought.

Once the awful J. D. Hayworth bounces the almost-as-awful John McCain (hey, give the old man credit, he's trying, but the standard of awfulness is awesome) from his Senate seat this fall, whatever will Meet the Press do?

Even though nobody on either of the political aisle gives a flying fig what McCain says or thinks, he shows up on the leading Sunday morning gasbag show so often that you've almost think he was a legacy hire like Luke Russert.

McCain was back again this morning, spending most of the time fending off softball questions about how he's changed his tune on so many issues. Like Pat Buchanan, he's an ancient, creepy ghost who haunts NBC, an honorary charter member of former GE chairman Jack Welsh's band of Irish-Catholic good old boys.

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