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Monday, February 15, 2010

The Attention Whore Returns

Only this time he wants attention for getting too much of it. Ironic, isn't it.

"McCain was trying to use me," Wurzelbacher said, according to public radio correspondent Scott Detrow. "I happened to be the face of middle Americans. It was a ploy.”

"I don’t owe him s—," Wurzelbacher continued. "He really screwed my life up, is how I look at it.”

In fact, Wurzelbacher's dislike for McCain is so strong that he no longer supports Sarah Palin simply because Palin will campaign for McCain's re-election.


But he still thinks Obama is un-American.

Wurzelbacher's newfound standpoint doesn't say a great deal about this ability to be a bullshit detector, that's for sure. After all, his ideology so blinded him to the reality of what not only the McCain campaign was doing to him, but what the entire conservative movement did - use the man up for all he was worth until something better came along.

And "Joe" loved every minute of it.

This shouldn't have been a shock to him, as conservativism is renowned for their use of "the common man" as a weapon. But this is second only to their use of members of the US Military.

What precisely did "Joe" think he was going to gain from this in the long run? This once again is proof that conservatives are more concerned with the two seconds in front of their face rather than the longview - the one that matters.

In the end, Joe has no one to blame but himself. Remember, "Joe", it's all about personal responsibility and accountability - you know, two of the pillars of conservativism that you obviously didn't follow.

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