The Elitist

October 19, 2008

McCain Campaign Pissed at Kristol for Palin

Filed under: John McCain, Presidential Election 2008, Sarah Palin, William Kristol — The Elitist @ 2:32 pm

Sarah Palin has turned out to be a disaster for the McCain campaign. The only new blood she seems to have infused, is the crazy racist mob vote. Who is to blame for this utter clusterfuck VP pick? Why, it’s Bill Kristol of course. McCain’s senior campaign advisors have pretty much concluded what the rest of the world has – Sarah Palin probably wasn’t the best choice. Bill Kristol apparently fell in love with Palin during a cruise and insists that it was ideological love, not the kind where people get naked and roll around on each other. When McCain had narrowed down his choices for vice president, Bill Kristol somehow made the campaign pick her. The campaign didn’t want to vet, so they decided to go along with the guy who was so good at picking out the Iraq War. Now that the whole thing is falling to pieces, it’s Kristol’s fault. Just like it was his fault for Iraq, and not Bush’s.

Wonkette – Palin is Kristol’s Fault


October 13, 2008

Bill Kristol Fires Them All

Filed under: John McCain, Presidential Election 2008, William Kristol — The Elitist @ 2:24 pm

William Kristol, the columnist for the uber-liberal Communist rag known as the New York Times, has called for John McCain to fire his campaign.

“The McCain campaign, once merely problematic, is now close to being out-and-out dysfunctional.”

Obviously the McCain campaign disagrees. This sounds eerily familiar to the summer of 2007, when McCain was sure to lose the Republican primaries. That means McCain will win the Presidency!

However, the McCain campaign has stated that the candidate (McCain) doesn’t necessarily speak for the campaign. And Sarah Palin isn’t allowed access to the press. So if McCain fires his campaign, then who will actually be speaking? Right now, silence is probably their best hope.

NY Times – Kristol in the Tank for Obama

YouTube/Fox News – Campaign Pissed

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