They talk about family values and end up getting caught in some airport bathroom trolling for a quick handjob. They do their best to ensure that kids are protect from child-predators and are busted for trading naughty text messages with 16 year olds.
One begins to understand that their convictions mean absolutely nothing to them unless it''s convenient.
This is SOP for the uber-political, but what about if you are a being used by those same politicians simply because you claim to stand by your convictions. That's where Joe-The-Non-Plumbing-Plumber comes in.
It appears now that he wasn't as cozy with McCain as he was trying to make the world believe. In pimping his new book - and it's "his book" in name only btw - he did an interview with the new kid coming to Fox"News" ( Glenn Beck ) about what he really feels about McCain now:
WURZELBACHER: When I was on the bus with him, I asked him a lot of questions about the bailout because most Americans did not want that to happen. Yet he voted for it. … And I asked him some pretty direct questions. Some of the answers you guys are gonna receive — they appalled me, absolutely. I was angry. In fact I wanted to get off the bus after I talked to him.
BECK: Really? Now why didn’t you get off the bus?
WURZELBACHER: Um, you know, honestly, because the thought of Barack Obama as president scares me even more.
More here from ThinkProgress
But oh, what fun times it was when you were carried into the limelight on a lie.
It seems that Joe is trying to distance himself from McCain simply because of his opportunistic nature. The shear presumptiveness of this man is staggering. I'm guessing that this isn't going to be Pulitzer material, nor that there will be throngs of "liberals" waiting with baited-breath to hear him talk smack about his former buddy.