John McCain said this
"It's time for both parties to come together to solve this problem,"and this
"We must meet as Americans, not as Democrats or Republicans, and we must meet until this crisis is resolved,"and then suspended his noble quest for the Presidency, except for advertising, sending his advisers and surrogates to talk to the media, and campaigning himself. Due to the urgency of the situation, the Great Senator rushed to the land's capital in haste to join the knights as they tried
Everyone was so pleased that the Senator, a real live hero, would join the knights to save the day;
“We need leadership, not a photo op” said Harry Reidand
“The threats to Americans, and their homes, savings and retirements, is not a partisan problem, and it won’t be fixed with a partisan approach” said Mitch McConnell
When John McCain finally made it to the
"I appreciate what you've done here, but I'm not going to sign on to a deal just to sign the deal," McCain told the gathering, according to Graham and confirmed by multiple Senate GOP aides. "Just like Iraq, I'm not afraid to go it alone if I need to."The place erupted in chaos as the knights realized they may have been duped by those in league with the dark knight (and I don't mean Heath Ledger) whose goal was to have another succeed the
"You all put me on the hook for $700 billion"
At the White House meeting, McCain - attended to by only a campaign aide - met with the most powerful leaders of the lands' provinces, King George, and the dark knight - who brought along a member of his staff. The leaders started talking about the crisis and what could be done. Then, the dark knight turned to our hero and, in all his professorial splendor, said
"What do you think of the [insurance] plan, John?"he asked again, and again, and our hero said nothing. Our hero, proud he had singlehandedly, foiled any plans of the various fractions of the land coming to a mutual agreement. Then he stood, walked toward the door, shook hands with the Marines and left.
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