Aw, poor Cindy McCain. Apparently she wasn’t happy with the way she and husband and presidential candidate John McCain were treated on The View last Friday.
Speaking at a Republican function the following day after their appearance on the show, Cindy said:
"In spite of what you see …in the newspapers, and on shows like The View — I don't know if any of you saw The View yesterday, they picked our bones clean — in spite of what you see, that's not what the American people are saying and what they are believing,"
I am not sure exactly what Cindy meant by that statement. I though that The View panel kept the questions professional, but direct. I don’t know if Cindy and John expect that a woman’s show meant that they would be taking about her fashion choices, but clearly Cindy or John – or both – are clueless about the types of discussion that have been taking place on The View for quite some time now. And I think The View is very representative of what the American people are saying and feeling.
This may be another instance where the McCain campaign shows that it is out of touch with the masses, and possibly even more so with women.
So here’s the video with Cindy’s recorded comments included.
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