McCain Watch: Biker Edition

In his continuing effort to do anything to get elected, John McCain has offered up his wife to a bunch of bikers. From CNN:

STURGIS, South Dakota (CNN) – Standing on the main stage at a world famous motorcycle rally in rural South Dakota on Monday, John McCain looked out on a sea of denim-wearing bikers and told them he enjoyed their company much more than that of the 200,000 Germans who turned out to see Barack Obama last month …

Indeed, McCain felt so comfortable at the event that he even volunteered his wife for the rally’s traditional beauty pageant, an infamously debauched event that’s been known to feature topless women.

“I encouraged Cindy to compete,” McCain said to cheers. “I told her with a little luck she could be the only woman ever to serve as first lady and Miss Buffalo Chip.”

BAGnewsnotes has an interesting post on the coverage that McCain’s trip to Sturgis has received in the MSM. We are definitely getting the “G” rated version of what goes on at this biker rally. Now, don’t get me wrong — I love debauchery as much as the next gal, but is this really where we want a potential president hanging out? “Miss Buffalo Chip” sounds like something from an animated  Pixar movie. Uh, it’s not. I’m not even going to post any pictures from the Sturgis Rally website, because it couldn’t get any more NSFW!

McCain, as you’ll remember, has previously called his wife a c*nt. He has called her a trollope. He is … a pig.



  1. MeanDave, you are too funny. I clicked to make sure you are “my” familial “MeanDave” and up pops a Google search for “spanish words for cheese”

    That is so twisted, I know it is my beeg brother!

  2. You might want to stop by for another take on the stop. Apparently the big Mac of crap was treated rather badly by the bikers and they left quite abruptly. A few rather embarassing queswtions were asked! LOL. The post is a few down from the top by now. I think it was a post from yesterday.

  3. Sherry thank — I did read this afternoon that a lot of veterans’ groups — which is clearly who he thought he’d have a friendly audience with at Sturgis — staged vocal protests against him. Fodder for another McCain Watch post, I think!

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