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His Dad left him, and never knew that his son would be within days of the presidency of the greatest power in history

October 21st, 2008 | by Steve O |

Could you imagine?

Obama’s mother, a relatively young woman when he was born, will not be here to see him inaugurated, should he win. Whenever, I think of that I just get sad–mostly because she did know the rewards of parenting and threw herself at her kids. There’s something unjust in the fact that she won’t get to see the results of all her work.

But some how we are supposed to believe that McCain is cut from the same cloth. The only thing McCain’s father knew was that his son was a complete fuck up.

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  1. 5 Responses to “His Dad left him, and never knew that his son would be within days of the presidency of the greatest power in history”

  2. By steve on Oct 21, 2008 | Reply

    Dude… graduating from the naval academy of any rank does not mean you are a fuck up.

  3. By Steve O on Oct 21, 2008 | Reply

    Dude, just like Bush, McCain’s education was handed to him and still the fucker fucked up.

    894/899 is like not even trying.

    This speaks volumes to the type of person McCain is.

  4. By windspike on Oct 21, 2008 | Reply

    at the bottom of the heap, you basically just need to show up and breath to graduate. I’d say there is nothing remarkable about either Palin or McSame’s educational background. Let’s just say Editor of the law review at any school is NOT an affirmative action post. Obama earned that. It’s a serious qualitative difference in the pure intellect of both candidates. It’s a, dare I say it, a no-brainer

  5. By Lazarus Long on Oct 22, 2008 | Reply

    “at the bottom of the heap, you basically just need to show up and breath to graduate.”
    Maybe at the college you attended. Not USNA.
    Was he a Navy prince? Of course.
    But your bitterness and hatred for anything not Obama is part of what is wrong with this campaign.
    And……GO!

  6. By Paul Watson on Oct 22, 2008 | Reply

    To be fair, we’re not hatin’ on Biden much, either. ;-)

    Also to be more serious, there are a lot of great reasons to be hatin’ on Palin. Less so on McCain, I grant you, but it’s not like Republicans are not unreasonably hatin’ on Obama as well. that’s what elections are like.

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