John McCain’s hissy fit over Georgia

Andrew nails it (via Jed). McCain sounds like a drama queen:

McCain [on Georgia]:

My friends, we have reached a crisis, the first probably serious crisis internationally since the end of the Cold War. This is an act of aggression.

Not the invasion of Kuwait? Or the first Gulf War? Or the Afghan war? Or the second Iraq war? Or Darfur? Or Bosnia? Or 9/11? It’s this kind of emotional hyperbole that should worry people about McCain in the White House. He’s a drama queen on these issues. With a finger on the trigger.

Remember, according to John McCain “we are all Georgians.” Uh huh. Sure we are, big guy.


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