Friday, August 29, 2008

Cindy McCain's Mission to Georgia: Turn up the Volume!


Rumored philanthropist Cindy McCain was abruptly dispatched by her other half to get out of dodge this week on a “humanitarian mission” to “the little country of Georgia” which coincidentally happens to sit on plenty of oil pipeline revenue. Will the Chanel-clad beer heiress wife of the GOP nominee be able to solve a "whole morass of problems" over there?



John McCain’s Ode to Wife Cindy

Who's peekin' out from under a stairway
Who's bending down to give John a dropkick
Everyone knows it's Cindy.


Who's tripping down the streets of Tbilisi
Smilin' at every Georgian she sees
Who's helpin’ Mikheil blow up some Russians
Everyone knows it's Cindy.
And Cindy has scary eyes
And uses too much hair dye
And Cindy has ca$h to buy
All those pipelines (all those pipelines)
All those pipelines (all those pipelines)
[Flute]
And Cindy has scary eyes
And uses too much hair dye
And Cindy has ca$h to buy
All those pipelines (all those pipelines)
All those pipelines (all those pipelines)

Who's tripping down the streets of Tbilisi
Smilin' at every Georgian she sees
Who's helpin’ Mikheil blow up some Russians
Everyone knows it's Cindy.
[Repeat and fade]


Happy Friday, Loserettes!

-2Truthy

Crossposted at BlondeSense

4 comments:

Citizen Carrie said...

That's hilarious! And I still don't understand why she's in Georgia. What a stupid display of one-up-(wo)manship. He's not even president and she's on some sort of state mission?

McCain is the only person in the world who can make me admire Putin.

2Truthy said...

So far, we have heard nothing whatsoever back from the front of Cindy's stealth Georgian mission......

Not to worry.

Stay tuned, as yours truly will keep all Cold War Worriers informed on Cindy's visit and the questions surrounding how it may have possibly contributed to more legalized global beer drinking (particularly at the tender age of 18)and of course, more world peace.

prezdumas said...

What exactly IS she doing there?

According to the Constitution (which is so hallowed by Republicans) you are not allowed to talk to foreign governments. It is considered treason for ordinary citizens to go abroad and represent themselves as negotiators of the U.S. government.
I am sure that Ms. McCain is doing no such thing, and the trip was likely an excuse to get a mud pack and check out a few ailing vodka distilleries to buy?

2Truthy said...

prez, WE DON'T KNOW....
HA! mudpacks and vodka? Ya think?
I have not read anything about this alleged humanitarian mission. Interesting facts about treason and going abroad.