by Teh Nutroots | Riddle me this: Wasn't it only 2-3 weeks ago that the Republicans were moaning about the presumptuousness of Barack Obama? If so, how do they explain McCain's sudden accession to an authoritative role in Georgia---so much of one that he is sending his own "envoys" to deal with the situation?
Was it not presumptuous after all? Or...are they applying the hoary old "it's different when Republicans do it" rule?
All Barack did was make a speech. John McCain is speaking every day to Georgia's loose cannon-in-chief, his friend "Misha," despite "Misha's" calling him out the other day ('very cheering...Words, not deeds." Doesn't Bush mind? F*** me. I'd mind. For once I kind of admire Bush's restraint.
I'd be like, "Dude? Excuse me; I believe I am still president here?"