Goddamnit! Why do all these punk-ass journalists keep saying that John McCain said things that John McCain said? It's a conspiracy, I tell ya!
First, they said that he said that in 2004, he spoke with John Kerry about possibly being his running mate. That's true, but only in a non-true-ish kind of way.
Then, they said that he wants a U.S. military presence in Iraq for somewhere between 100 and 10,000 years. Yes, he said that, and they have him on tape saying it, but that doesn't mean that he actually said it.
Of course, there was the thing with McCain telling Arianna Huffington — for inexplicable reasons — that he didn't actually vote for George W. Bush in 2000. Yes, it's been confirmed as truth, but that doesn't mean it's not bullshit.
Now, John McCain is calling foul on those fucking journalists accurately reporting that in 2006 he said that he would be open to the possibility of talking to the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas…
James P. Rubin said on CNN Friday that McCain had told him during a 2006 interview that the United States would inevitably have to deal with Hamas. Rubin said criticism now of similar statements by Democrats was "the ultimate flip-flop in American politics."
But McCain said Friday that his position had remained consistent, saying "I will not and would not sit down and negotiate with terrorist organizations and never have."
That's right journalists. "Never have." Read his lips. Well, I mean read his lips there in that new quote, not on this videotape of John McCain saying…
"They're the government, and sooner or later, we're going to have to deal with them one way or another."
Fucking journalists and their fucking anti-American information recording devices!
Tags: Arianna Huffington, George W. Bush, John Kerry, John McCain