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Re: Media applaud McCain for going ‘near where black people live’
[QUOTE=weswelker#83;872071]“He went near where black people live!” Stewart enthused. “Clearly the sweet talk express is unstoppable.”
This part was quite good.
Stewart then turned to McCain’s opinions on the great issues of the campaign. On Iraq, McCain insisted, “It’s not a matter of time, it’s a matter of casualties. If we can eliminate American casualties, that’s a key to the success.”
“You know,” suggested Stewart, ‘if we leave, our casualties go down considerably.”