McCain cites fake urban-legend as example of terrorism in Iraq




That’s nice. Nothing like finding foreign enemies based on false information. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: John McCain is not the same man he was in 2000. He’s no longer quite as with it as he was back then. Now he gets a lot of obvious facts wrong. And it’s troubling. It’s no wonder his campaign no longer gives the media the access to McCain they did before. It looks like they’re afraid the media won’t like what it sees.


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