Republican presidential candidate, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., right, gives a thumbs up to the crowd next to his wife Cindy McCain, left, before his speech at the National Council of La Raza annual convention in San Diego, Calif., Monday, July 14, 2008. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)
You may have noticed that I've avoided picking the low-hanging fruit which represents the candidates for the important office of First Lady of the United States. People have asked me to make fun of Michelle Obama and I've declined. People have literally begged me to "take on" Cindy McCain, and finally, she said something so ridiculous, so moronic, and so... filthy rich, that I finally succumbed.
Ms. McCain, in an interview with CNN highlighted by the Huffington Thing, recently claimed that "In Arizona the only way to get around the state is by small private plane."
I grew up in Arizona, and a lot of you may not know this, but I'm here to tell you that the Grand Canyon State actually features an impressive array of publicly maintained streets, roads, lanes, avenues, and even highways! When my family tooled around the state to experience its many wonders, we piled not into a small private aircraft but, believe it or not, a fake-wood-paneled Plymouth station wagon! Furthermore, I can reveal that Arizonans make their way from place to place on wheels (two or four) all the time! Daily, even!
I just thought I'd clear that up.