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Friday, March 07, 2008
I've Heard It All: Karl Rove on McCain's "Black Love Child
I was at lunch and was flipping through the radio stations and heard Karl Rove being interviewed on Sean Hannity's radio show. It wasn't a very interesting conversation until near the end. Rove complimented John McCain and his wife Cindy for their family values (more on that later). He mentioned Cindy's "love and devotion" for the ill three month-old infant she rescued from a Bangladeshi orphanage (the McCains later adopted the child).
Let's go back to the 2000 election. Rove was behind a whisper campaign right before the South Carolina primary (right after McCain trounced George W. Bush in the New Hampshire primary). Among the rumors spread by Rove and company were that Cindy McCain was a drug addict and that the Bangladeshi child they had was McCain's black "love child."
On the subject of family values, McCain is slated to speak to the shadowy dominionist group, The Council for National Policy (CNP) and receive their blessing. Dominionism seeks to replace democracy with a nation ruled by biblical law. This involves punishment (often the death penalty) meted out to pagans, incorrigible children, homosexuals, blasphemers, and many others.
Doesn't the CNP realize that when Jesus spoke about sexual sin, he only spoke out against two groups: adulterers and men who divorced their wives (Mark 10:11: "Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery against her." In case you didn't know, McCain started fooling around with Cindy while he was still married to his first wife, Carol, the woman who stood by him while he was in the Hanoi Hilton. Soon thereafter, McCain traded in Wife Number One for Cindy, a woman eighteen years his junior. Do you think the CNP agreed to the meeting so that they ambush McCain and then apply an old-fashioned biblical stoning to the adulterous miscreant? Just wondering.
UPDATE: Friday night, GOP pollster Kellyanne Conway was on Larry King Live and referred to the CNP as "cream-of-the-crop conservatives." Also, Rove made similar comments about McCain's daughter on Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor.