The Onion or Politico?

Headline of the day:Hayworth Ties McCain To Obama.

Sound like a winning strategy to you? Or is it some weird Tailhook inspired game?

Enquiring minds want to know…

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6 thoughts on “The Onion or Politico?

  1. Maybe he means it literally. You can’t be the Senator of Arizona while you’re tied up to the President.

  2. I’m so over the illegal immigration crap. If they aren’t criminals, help them become citizens and thus taxpayers.
    I know that’s simplistic, but hell – it’s better than ‘demonizing’ them and spending the $$$ to ship ’em back all the time. I mean, the hourly cost of immigration officers and in AZ the extra time for the po-pos to chase the illegals down alone is prohibitive.
    Of course I would also ask that the whitebread uberwealthy Americans be knocked down a peg or two and (horrors) be assessed their actual tax burden. I mean, where are they going to go? Their tax-shelters? Nope, not enough room on the islands for them. And the Europeans wouldn’t tolerate their pompous asses for very long…so no long term stays there.
    And, take the ‘personhood’ bullsh*t away from corporations. If they stop donating to candidates and the uberwealthy get pissed at having to (clutch my pearls!) pay taxes and don’t donate to their “precious” candidates – well, then the craphead candidates can’t run the tables and the other more people-oriented candidates get some fair footing.
    That’s just my I’m-sure-misguided opinion, but there it is.

  3. MapleStreet says:

    I know the answer is stupid political slurs. But I don’t get it.
    Arizona (and especially Hayworth) says the country needs to reform immigration. Then their aid criticizes McCain for working on immigration reform.

  4. pansypoo says:

    they both do work in DC.

  5. …I guess I’ve always struggled telling the difference between The Onion and Politico.
    I’m sure it’s just me, but who knows…

  6. pansypoo says:

    the onion is purposely wy.

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