Indeed, it is scary...one reason some of us used to wonder if it was wise to impeach Bush when all we'd get was Cheney!
McSame certainly is looking
a lot like Cheney as well. I watched McSame for a short while the other night...forget where or what he was talking about, but his appearance was downright frightening. His face was puffed, his eyes were glassy and staring, and he seemed to be having a hard time getting out what it was he wanted to say. He kept moving around, and switching the microphone from hand to hand.
Both McSame and Cheney want to attack Iran:
http://www.therealnews.com/web/index.ph ... sview=item
JAY: The McCain election strategy and the Bush-Cheney strategy seems to be pretty clear: to connect Iran with the word "terrorism." And even McCain tried to connect it with the word al-Qaeda—whether that was a mistake or not I guess one can speculate. But the connection of Iran and the war on terror seems to be what the election campaign's going to be about. And Cheney's been trying to drum up support for that in the Middle East. Is he getting it?
YEKTAFAR: Yes, absolutely. I mean, you know, in all honesty, I don't see that much difference between what's going on right here and what went on with Iraq. It's these little words that kind of creep into these speeches. And, you know, you put these words in there just as it happened in Iraq, and eventually, you know, your hope is that you're going to turn public opinion. And once that is turned a little bit, then it's easier to kind of get the leaders of these countries on your camp to form this sort of a barrier coalition against Iran.