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Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Are You kidding: Imagine if Obama had said something like that about Michelle

John McCain Wants Cindy To Do What?!?


by BarbinMD, daily Kos

Consider this yearly event at the Sturgis motorcycle rally:

Buffalo Chip has a reputation for that sort of thing. It holds a Miss Buffalo Chip contest every night, which is essentially a topless beauty pageant. And occasionally bottomless, too. During a drenching rain Wednesday night, the contest broke up into smaller groups and one woman wound up dancing naked on a bar top. Her boyfriend/husband saw her and angrily dragged her away as she struggled to put her pants back on and muttered something about how, "It's only this one week a year."

At this point you're probably asking yourself, what does this have to do with politics? Here's John McCain, speaking yesterday at the Sturgis motorcycle rally:

I was looking at the Sturgis schedule and noticed that you have a beauty pageant and so I encouraged Cindy to compete. I told her, with a little luck, she could be the only woman ever to serve as both the First Lady and Miss Buffalo Chip.

It seems that John McCain really is willing to say or do anything to win.

Update: The U-Tube Video of McCain offering up Cindy has been removed (I sure it will turn up sooner or later), but here is the a link to a video clip of the Bikini Beauty Pageant at the Buffalo Chip

Update 2: McCain offers his wife up to bikers......Cindy and she waves



Update 3: from ESPN.

Buffalo Chip has a reputation for that sort of thing. It holds a Miss Buffalo Chip contest every night, which is essentially a topless beauty pageant. And occasionally bottomless, too. During a drenching rain Wednesday night, the contest broke up into smaller groups and one woman wound up dancing naked on a bar top. Her boyfriend/husband saw her and angrily dragged her away as she struggled to put her pants back on and muttered something about how, "It's only this one week a year."

I laughed when I heard the guys at Buffalo Chip tell the story, but then I thought about the conversation I had with Pearl Gulbranson, who was working at the Crisis Intervention Center for domestic abuse, which is located in a house across the street from the Broken Spoke. Gather 500,000 people in one spot, feed them a lot of alcohol and there are bound to be some serious problems.

"We average three or four 'contacts' a night," Gulbranson said. "And a lot of women get abandoned here. They get left behind with no way of getting home. So we're here to help."

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