McCain Trying To Raise Money Over Hillary "Bitch" Flap
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This post, written by Cliff Schecter, originally appeared on Cliff Schecter's Brave New Films
Here they go again with their made up cries of left-wing media bias. This from an email from McCain's folks:
The CNN Network, affectionately known as the Clinton News Network, has stooped to an all-time low and is gratuitously attacking John McCain for not defending Hillary Clinton enough when a South Carolina voter used the 'B' word to describe her when John McCain stopped into a luncheon yesterday at the Trinity restaurant in Hilton Head, SC.
A voter used a word that I would not have used to describe Senator Hillary Clinton and asked the Senator how he was going to beat her. Senator McCain first responded by saying that he respected Senator Clinton, as he has said repeatedly throughout the campaign. Then, focusing on the question, he pointed to the new Rasmussen national poll showing that he is the only Republican candidate who can beat her in a general election. No other Republican candidate beat Clinton in the poll. blockquote>
As an independent news agency, CNN owes John McCain an apology because of the outrageous behavior of their network host Rich Sanchez. Liberal bloggers and their friends at CNN went on the attack yesterday and continued their attacks through the night. They said the McCain campaign was over because of the statement of one, lone voter in South Carolina. Well friends, we are on a comeback, we are the only campaign that can defeat Hillary Clinton and CNN knows it. We are not going to let Senator Clinton's friends in the liberal blogosphere and on CNN try to destroy our campaign. Senator McCain is a fighter and he is not going to back down to CNN.
That's right, that damn "liberal" CNN is responsible for this!
You know, the one that has Glenn Beck in primetime. And Nancy Grace. And the channel that let Bob Novak be ubiquitous on the air for years, sometimes hosting as many as four different shows a week. And hired Bill Bennett and J.C. Watts as contributors. Not to mention Bay Buchanan (is she still there, I have no idea to be honest).