If you can't believe Josh Lyman ... UPDATE | Arkansas Blog

Friday, May 9, 2008

If you can't believe Josh Lyman ... UPDATE

Posted By on Fri, May 9, 2008 at 6:59 AM

More witnesses step up to support Arianna Huffington's report that John McCain said at a party that he had not voted for George Bush in 2000, despite recent protestations that Huffington wasn't telling the truth. This is the least of the double-talk we should hear about from the Straight Talk Express before campaign 2008 is over. If ...

UPDATE: For example, how much traction will this Washington Post story get? I like Wonkette's summary:

John McCain was involved in another dull, complicated, unseemly land swap deal that everyone will ignore because it involved zero blow jobs.

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