Thursday, June 12

So does this mean we can officially start referring to Cindy McCain as a "trophy"?



Stay classy, Fox News.

16 comments:

CoolSchool said...

Oh Fox News what would we do without you, terrorist fist bumps one day, baby mama the next. This is gonna be one entertaining election campaign.
You can call Cindy a trophy but she is no prize. Her own husband, the presumptive Republican nominee has refered to her using the "c" word, and I don't mean catty.

The Station Agent said...

Way to drive women voters away from McCain. Go Fox!

Universal REMONSTER said...

Outraged Rednecks - "John McCain's gonna veto ma beer? Screw him!"

Andrew said...

I'm sure, really really sure, that Fox also refers to mainstream white women as baby mamas.

I can't imagine what the issue is.

Will said...

If that's Michelle Malkin on the left of the screen there, no further explanation is needed.

You can't expect anything rational or sane coming from a woman that thinks a scarf is a terrorist sympathizer's top fashion accessory.

Anonymous said...

The issue is Fox just called Obama's wife a slut, and their children illegitimate.

Hobnail_Boot said...
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Hobnail_Boot said...

LMAO, keep pretending Fox represents conservative.

They might represent loudmouthed rednecks, I'll give you that.

Josh said...

Ok, that's hilarious.

I bet you can't say it 10 times fast.

Josh said...

Oh, yeah, somebody should be fired by the way.

But it is funny.

NCT said...

While conservatives aren't necessarily loudmouth rednecks, loudmouth rednecks are nearly always, without fail, conservatives (well, they vote that way, anyway).

Will said...

Yeah, they vote that way, but get 'em behind the barn and they'll tell you things like banging Monica Lewinsky made them like Bill Clinton more.

NCT said...

He did not bang that woman, Monica Lewinsky.

Even so, there are conservatives who aren't loudmouth rednecks who will say the same thing.

Anonymous said...

Michelle Obama introduced Barak just recently as "my baby's daddy." And Michelle Malkin had nothing to do with the caption.

Doug said...

So you seriously don't see any difference between "my baby's daddy" and "babydaddy"?

Anonymous said...

Seriously, no. Just an apostrophe.