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Tuesday, May 06, 2008

McCain Has Hagee On His Face


Yesterday I pleaded with the media to move on from the non-story of Obama's former pastor Rev. Wright. One of my regulars, Bill, his real name, pointed out something I was unaware of.

It is difficult for me to be unaware of something. I am online 16 hours a day, working and often browsing news sites. Many sites. Plus, for five hours of my morning I have the TV on the news. If there is something being covered with veracity, like Obama's pastor, I'm going to, at least, be aware of a subject.

Bill, still his real name, posted this;

...what about John McCain and John Hagee? There is a relationship that needs some more media coverage. If anyone reading this is not familiar with John Hagee do a little homework on him and then reflect back on the Obama/Wright media coverage.

I had never heard of John Hagee, never. Yet, I know Rev. Wright served in the Marines and eventually helped care for President Johnson, his favorite color is yellow, he enjoys playing Boggle, and makes a wicked pepper and egg sandwich.

After I Googled John Hagee I was shocked. Not by his beliefs, because he is free to believe whatever he chooses. I've heard his type of venom stupidity before and just kind of shook my head. I was shocked that the mainstream media didn't pounce on this pre-Scopes Trial baboon after he endorsed John McCain and John McCain welcomed his endorsement with non-homosexual open arms, not that there's anything wrong with that.

Well Bill, if that is your real name. I'm am now aware of John Hagee. And this blog will not forget to remind the world that his hatred of all humans not like him, fat, scared, and rich, exists.

To the blog cave!
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5 comments:

bill a (my real name) said...

i think that it is obvious that there has been a lack of balance on this issue. in my own dealings with people that i talk politics with, very few people have heard of John Hagee, or know that John McCain accepted his endorsement. religion and personal beliefs aside, as long as the media reports the truth about both candidates no one should have anything to complain about.

Mark Plocharczyk said...

As voters that's all we can ask.

Scott Ploch said...

That's not Bill

bill a said...

is too.

Mark Plocharczyk said...

Don't start fighting or Hagee's God will throw a waffle iron at you all.
A REALLY BIG WAFFLE IRON!