Bill Cunningham on McCain: Screw this, I’m endorsing Hillary

posted at 6:22 pm on February 26, 2008 by Allahpundit

About a quarter of the way in here. This makes two aficionados of Obama’s middle name to defect to Team Clinton. Do I hear three?


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It really doesn’t matter which of these three gets elected. We’re all doomed.

jdawg on February 26, 2008 at 10:57 PM

Bill Cunningham has been on the radio for 24 years. He was not putting on an act just for today. That’s who he is and if McCain nor his people researched Bill C. then shame on them.

Bill describes himself as “bombastic.” He lives up to that description so no one should be surprised.

If McCain has determined that referring to someone by their full name is a bad thing and is very particular about his “warm up band,” then perhaps he should think about scripting the “warm up band” or simply quit having an intro act. Bill C. was told to “fire up” the audience, so he did. Bill C. is from Ohio and he is VERY well known there.

I feel sorry for Bill C. being embarrassed by McCain. I mean, McCain is the guy that sings “bomb bomb bomb, bomb Iran” and is wishing happy trails to Fidel Castro on his road to hell to meet Karl Marx. But that’s ok? Lord knows what the man would do if he got truly pi$$ed.

Oink on February 26, 2008 at 11:05 PM

Looks like Cunningham was sabotaging McCain.

Dennis D on February 26, 2008 at 11:19 PM

Just another in a long list of resons why I won’t be voting for McCain. The schadenfreud of a McCain loss will be priceless. He has chosen sides, and so have I. He chooses liberals. I choose to stay home.

roninacreage on February 26, 2008 at 11:21 PM

Looks like Cunningham was sabotaging McCain.

Dennis D on February 26, 2008 at 11:19 PM

But by switching to Hillary, really sabotaging her. Or maybe Obama by dirtying both McCain and Clinton. . . Rove you Magnificent Kenny Killer!

MirCat on February 26, 2008 at 11:22 PM

P.S. – The Cat

MirCat on February 26, 2008 at 11:22 PM

Some people are too touchy. It is the guy’s name. If he is sick of the crap, he can change it. McCain is an ass for apologizing for nothing.

echosyst on February 26, 2008 at 6:40 PM

Don’t be ridiculous. There’s no need to play junior high games with Obama’s name.

Why not stick to the known facts of his off-the-charts liberalism, his complete lack of meaningful experience, his idiotic pronouncements on foreign policy and economics, and the vomit-inducing thought of this twit as C-in-C?

You want to go beyond? Fine, talk about his racist “Church of Liberal Blackness”, and his associations with domestic terrorists/rich people’s kids, and the fact that his longtime fundraiser and advisor Tony Rezko is in jail.

As Ed and Allah have both pointed out rightly: it’s just lazy and stupid to go to the Hussein thing. Grow up.

Jaibones on February 27, 2008 at 12:14 AM

Oh, grow some damn huevos!
What’s with all the Jonah Goldberg-type whining? His middle name is Hussein, isn’t it? Didn’t we call Clinton “Willard”?

Cunningham is right, besides, he’s an entertainer. Cunningham was mostly talking about the Rezko thing, in any case. What’s wrong with that? We should be beating that creepy cultish jackass like a drum.

McCain is a gutless hack RINO. He is without a doubt the most piss-poor candidate the Republicans have put up since they ran Hoover in 1932.

That endless “my good friend” crap is agonizing, even from that POS. Howard Dean and the NYT are busily trying to get an indictment or massive fine on McCain, and he’s pathetically kissing their tuchises. Same old McCain.

Old, nutty, disloyal and cancer-ridden. What a candidate!

TexasJew on February 27, 2008 at 12:37 AM

It really doesn’t matter which of these three gets elected. We’re all doomed.

jdawg on February 26, 2008 at 10:57 PM

Just another in a long list of resons why I won’t be voting for McCain. The schadenfreud of a McCain loss will be priceless. He has chosen sides, and so have I. He chooses liberals. I choose to stay home.

roninacreage on February 26, 2008 at 11:21 PM

You’ve forgotten the fourth candidate, who will actually turn out to be the 44th President of the United States:

Michael Dale Huckabee

Red Pill on February 27, 2008 at 1:59 AM

Are there really still Huckabee supporters holding out?

Best of luck to you folks. There are better elected offices Huckabee could seek that he actually has a chance of winning.

gabriel sutherland on February 27, 2008 at 9:48 AM

McCain is a gutless hack RINO. He is without a doubt the most piss-poor candidate the Republicans have put up since they ran Hoover in 1932.

Hogwash! That old fighter pilot has more guts in his big toe than most of these slobbering whiners have in their whole damn existence.

rplat on February 27, 2008 at 11:50 AM

That endless “my good friend” crap is agonizing, even from that POS. Howard Dean and the NYT are busily trying to get an indictment or massive fine on McCain, and he’s pathetically kissing their tuchises. Same old McCain.

Old, nutty, disloyal and cancer-ridden. What a candidate!

TexasJew on February 27, 2008 at 12:37 AM

When McCain starts the ‘my good friend’ schtick, watch your back. He would kiss-up to the other side because it is his side

McCain is a gutless hack RINO. He is without a doubt the most piss-poor candidate the Republicans have put up since they ran Hoover in 1932.
Hogwash! That old fighter pilot has more guts in his big toe than most of these slobbering whiners have in their whole damn existence.

rplat on February 27, 2008 at 11:50 AM

I call it arrogance,not guts. McCain had no trouble walking all over the American worker’s face to grab for the amnesty bill. He had no trouble saying American’s would not pick lettuce not even for $50 an hour. Courage or contempt?

Did he inherit his ‘guts’ from his mother who said conservatives would have to hold their noses and vote for their son. McCain did not distance himself from his mother’s statement. My guess he enjoyed it.

entagor on February 27, 2008 at 12:17 PM

Hogwash! That old fighter pilot has more guts in his big toe than most of these slobbering whiners have in their whole damn existence.

rplat

Yes, he has the guts to want open immigration. The guts to violate his oath of office and the First Amendment. The guts to decide that we need a 50 cent/gallon gas tax and other energy/carbon taxes. The guts to decide that the terrorists at Gitmo should be brought to Leavenworth (and given the protections being on U.S. soil would bring). the guts to decide that these terrorists (and not just their lawyers) should have full access to the evidence against them (damaging intel gathering in the process).

Need I go on?

Sorry but “guts” doesn’t make for great credentials. In McCain’s case his “guts” are a big part of the problem. Mostly because he only uses them when attacking Conservatives from a Liberal position.

gekkobear on February 27, 2008 at 2:00 PM

The stupidity of McCain is continuing to be the stupidity of people who advocate on the right. You make the left’s talking points by making such a freaking BIG ISSUE OF THIS. It starts with McCain and then every talk radio news lead in was what McCain disavowed. You people constantly get your head handed to you on a platter by the media, and you walk right into it and then you all can’t wait to jump all over yourselves for how “classy” you are that you wouldn’t be so juvenile. This is how you end up with McCain leading you and you’re all gonna lap up every sick piece of legislation his adminstration deals out and you’re gonna be “classy” twisting into preztels trying to defend your man against legislation you gut-level hate. Keep giving the left them talking points. You think McCain disavowing this makes any difference. The media will still say, “It’s the followers, the Rushs, the Hannitys, the Coulters that count.. ” Here comes Geraldo saying, “See? There stirring up new blood for the KKK!” And you’ll go, “how’d that happen?” DOH!!!

On this very sad occasion, I must say I miss the days of old where a male on the right would sit across from his opponent and say, ‘If you call me a Nazi one more time I’ll punch you in the nose!’ With Right-Wing pu$$y men like McCain, that ain’t gonna happen no more.

Sultry Beauty on February 27, 2008 at 4:05 PM

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