Article at American Thinker. McCain gives an incoherent explanation. So garbled that Thomas Lifson misunderstand it at American Thinker. Because McCain switches about talking about what his advisers told him about not picking a running mate who had caucused with democrats and supported abortion rights. (Lieberman).
It was sound advice that I could reason for myself,” he writes. “But my gut told me to ignore it and I wish I had.Wish you had what, ignored your advisors and ignored your gut, and chosen Lieberman? Nevermind. You don't even have to try to make sense anymore.
He also said he prefers Trump not attend his funeral. What's so bad about that wish? He could have wished for something that's difficult. This man who bragged about reaching across the aisle for compromise, cannot bring himself to reach within his own side of his aisle. But that makes sense too. Trump was sent to destroy his party as we know it, and so far Trump has been successful at that. His supporters are pleased with results so far, given the most difficult challenges. So yeah, go away pissed off about his party going where Whigs went, and Trump representing all that.
But let's have fun instead.
Forget about the article, go to comments instead. Comment after comment people say the only reason they voted was for Palin. Apparently McCain has no friends among conservative voters.
Comments at Lucianne, where this article is recapped, are equally interesting. Papa, why are all the people so cross?