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Cindy McCain

I’ll admit, I fell a bit for the lefty meme that Cindy McCain was an airhead heiress, sort of a beer-fortune version of Doris Duke. Her chiseled features and stern demeanor don’t exactly scream “this is a warm and generous person.” But looks can be deceiving.

The film bio just shown shows she’s much more than that. Her humanitarian work has been ignored by the mainstream media, and probably came as a big surprise to many TV viewers. And she’s doing a very good job with her speech. Much better than Lindsay Graham and Tom Ridge, who preceded her.

It makes you wonder what Michelle Obama was doing when Cindy McCain was bringing food and medical care to poor people in Africa. Applying for grants, I suspect.

3 Responses to “Cindy McCain”

  • Sep
    04
    2008

    And Tom Ridge’s speech made me ever-so-grateful that McCain chose Sarah Palin as VP.

    Tom is a good guy, but Sarah has him beat hands down in the speech giving department.

  • Sep
    05
    2008

    Jon Ham writes:

    “It makes you wonder what Michelle Obama was doing when Cindy McCain was bringing food and medical care to poor people in Africa. Applying for grants, I suspect.”

    Care to explain what you mean by “Applying for grants, I suspect”?

  • Sep
    08
    2008

    [...] promotional video of Cindy McCain before her speech at the Republican convention.    Here is his post: The film bio just shown shows she’s much more than that. Her humanitarian work has been [...]

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