Thursday, August 14, 2008

Where is the Conservative Outrage over Cindy McCain Not Wearing a Flag Pin on Her Sling?


Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., center, and his wife Cindy, greet patrons of Kerby's Koney Island diner, Thursday, Aug. 14, 2008, in Bloomfield, Mich. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)


Ha, ha, just kidding! It does seem like a missed opportunity for accessorizing, though. Still! She is fierce! It's hard to not totally love Cindy. I surrender.

In the meantime, though, I'm a tad concerned that an old friend of mine finds himself increasingly infatuated with the fabulous Arizona blonde. Private message to Jeff: there are support groups for this kind of thing!

9 comments:

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

No mean Cindy McCain comments allowed!

Anonymous said...

She does that sling terrific justice, for sure; but is it too much to ask for two, three strands of pearls? I mean, really.

karenzipdrive said...

Isn't anyone curious about what happened to her arm?

zoe said...

What I hate about the sling is that it covers her cleavage. And I do so enjoy my daily Cindy cleavage shot.
I believe she strained her arm while changing his Depends.

dguzman said...

Whoa, is it just the bad lighting, or did someone fashion a Play-doh McMask for Johnny War? He looks positively wax-like.

I want to know what happened to Cindy's arm. But I'll buy the Depends-changing theory.

Anonymous said...

She sprained it when a supporter shook her hand too vigorously. I'm not kidding.

Anonymous said...

Arizona women of another generation (Think Sandra Day O'Connor, growing up on a ranch), would never allow their hand to be broken by a vigorous handshaker. They'd be the one doing the breaking!

Steve said...

Well, thank God she didn't hurt her arm fending off blows.

Anonymous said...

Kerby's Koney Island? However did Miss Cindy make it over all those potholes on Orchard Lake Road without barfing?

And please, would someone tell the good people of SE Michigan that in the real Coney Island there is no such thing as a "Coney (or "Koney") Island restaurant? Whereas in Oakland County, Michigan, there are three of them in every strip mall.

P.S.: Someone should tell the AP that Kerby's Koney Island is in WEST Bloomfield.