In case you haven't heard what happened on TV last night, I felt compelled to take a moment and find this on YouTube.
I still maintain my disdain for ALL things political, but to me this stinks as more of a moral issue ~ this reeks of disrespect.
Late last night, Stephy and I sat on my bed with our mouths open in almost-disbelief ~ watching what McCain did to Letterman ~
I hope lots of people paid attention.
I commend Dave for at least admitting that he feels sorry for McCain, assuming this was not his own decision, just in case he had been misled by his managers:
Dave: "This just gets uglier and ugler... I'm feeling bad for the man to have participated in this..."
But Keith Olbermann's view is that McCain is well-known for being totally on top of everything that goes on with his people.
Keith: "There's very little done in that campaign without his knowledge."
EDIT: Also see the vid of Ferguson's take on the situation ~ included in my reply (behind the cut) to Leigh's comment. I especially love his opinion of the Wall St. buyout. Spot on, Craig! :D
"He who joyfully marches to music in rank and file has already earned my contempt.
He has been given a large brain by mistake, since for him the spinal cord would fully suffice."
~ Albert Einstein