Saturday, June 28, 2008

Hocus Pocus.

        John "Double Talk" McBush III--AKA: John McCain--changed his one-time Episcopalian superstition to one of the Baptist persuasion just in time for the Republican primaries. 
     The Evangelicals liked that.
     But did you know that Ol' "Double Talk" has a slew of other notions, too?

     From Crooks and Liars:

     * McCain believes it’s bad luck for someone to hand him a salt shaker.

     * McCain believes it’s bad luck to throw a hat onto a bed.

     * McCain regularly carries 31 cents in lucky change in his pocket.

     * McCain carries a lucky feather, a lucky compass, a lucky penny, a lucky nickel, a lucky quarter, and a laminated four-leaf clover.

     * McCain believes it’s bad luck to pick up a coin if it isn’t heads up.

     * McCain’s been known to have an aide carry his lucky pen at all times.

     And now he’s having the elevator labels changed in his campaign’s building.

     Is he presidential material, or that crazy old guy at Lucky's Diner who just spilled coffee reaching across you for the salt?

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