McPOW thinks it might be a good idea to deliver his acceptance speech from the disaster zone that results from Gustav.
"McCain made plans to travel to a threatened area of the Gulf Coast on Sunday, accompanied by his wife, Cindy, and running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. They planned to meet Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour (R) in Jackson, Miss., aides said.
McCain was scheduled to deliver his acceptance speech Thursday but now may do so from the devastation zone if the storm hits the U.S. coast with the ferocity feared by forecasters.
At the start of his remarks at a rally in Washington, Pa., on Saturday night, McCain said: "I would like all of us, obviously, to keep in our thoughts and our prayers the people of the Gulf Coast, especially New Orleans, that are threatened by this terrible natural disaster, the hurricane. They need to know — and I know that they know — that they are in our hearts and prayers as this impending hurricane approaches.
“The great God, that he could spare — at a minimum — the loss that might result from this natural disaster. So my friends, as we enjoy this great rally, we will keep them in our thoughts and our hearts and our prayers"
Whit is WRONG with these people?
Highlight the fact that your BFF Bush and the rest of the republics that you've done nothing to help the Gulf Coast and New Orleans since Katrina and Rita hit. Please John.
The first ad I would run would be the picture of McCain't and Bootsy with the big birthday cake on the day Katrina hit. The cake that neither had a piece of.
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