Video: Using John McCain’s Iraq Rhetoric Against Him


It was just a matter of time until the forces of the progressive internet turned its sights on the Republican nominee. And it’s starting to happen with John McCain. Earlier today we brought you the “Yes We Can” parody that got viewed by almost 400,000 people in a single day. And now this:

One has a hard time seeing how John McCain is going to win the political war on the internet. He and the movement he now leads are ill-equipped to do so: they lag in creativity and know-how, and will probably lag in money. Unless they find effective conservative responses to all of the creative (that’s an advertising industry term) that is bound to be put out by the left, the internet may be a progressive free-for-all of the next nine months.

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