Monday, August 25, 2008

Absolutely Fabulous

Republican presidential candidate, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., center, waves ahd he leaves the North Phoenix Baptist Church with his wife Cindy, left, and daughter Bridget after attending services, Sunday, Aug. 24, 2008, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)


FranIAm said...

And it stink...

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

No, no, noooo mean comments about Cindy!!!!!

karenzipdrive said...

Oh look, it's Bridget!
I wonder how she escaped from Dick Cheney's undisclosed location bunker?
As for Cindy, who needs a cast for carpal tunnel syndrome?
Methinks she may have pissed off her hubby and got thrown down the stairs of the private jet.
As for the "no mean comments" line, methinks you're lining up a replacement for Condi once she's kaput. ;)

Muscato said...

All I can hear is the spectre of my mother, whispering in my ear: "why is a woman of her age wearing a T-shirt dress to church?"

And I have to say, mean comment or not - Mom's got a point. I don't care how good your figure is; after 50, jersey, on its own, is not your friend.

On the other hand, she and Bridget do appear to have a kind of Mother-Daughter thing going on, which I suppose mitigates the horror.

Steve said...

A Born Again Baptist Church which didn't have someone in residence who could lay hands upon Cindy and heal her is no church I would be caught dead in.

What is the sound of one hand praying?

dguzman said...

Since when does Bridget hang with McFossil and Wife? Is this some new attempt to look like he gives a shit about his not-white daughter?

Karen Zipdrive said...

I'm still not sure about why we can't make mean comments about Cindy.
PSP you know we'll still do it, only now we'll have to cloak it in prefaces like, "not to be mean, but..."
The charade is killing me!

walter klondike said...

After Michelle Obama's speech last night I am really looking forward to Cindy's at the RNC.
Her recounting of her and John's courtin days when she was just a young, shy, exceedingly rich socialite, and he was, ah, a married man, and a former POW, you know. Those tender moments spent thrashing out those Pre-nups where she keeps all the houses. How John resembles her dad in so many ways they're almost interchangeable.
How they have a black kid too!

When she's through there won't be a dry eye in the town hall.