This is one Cindy McCain — wife of former Presidential candidate John McCain — posing for the NOH8 campaign, a part of the fight for marriage equality in this country. Cindy joins her daughter, Meghan, who has long been a vocal supporter of gay marriage.
John McCain’s office said in a statement that the Arizona senator respects the views of members of his family but remains opposed to gay marriage. “Sen. McCain believes the sanctity of marriage is only defined as between one man and one woman,” the statement said.
Ummmm, right. Senator McCain’s political career — financially supported by fearful hate-mongerers — is opposed to gay marriage. I assure you the man himself is not.
It’s fantastic to see high-profile Republicans speaking out in favor of gay marriage. And I’ll bet good money that once McCain retires from politics, he’ll come out in favor of gay marriage as well. Because, ya know, hating people for who they love shouldn’t be a part of government.
January 21, 2010 at 12:37 am by Evil Beet
Just a week after John McCain lost his Presidential bid, the National Enquirer released a story accusing Cindy McCain of having an on-going affair with another man. They even have a grainy photo! Of a woman who looks VAGUELY like Cindy McCain kissing a man who looking NOTHING like John McCain.
“I couldn’t believe I was watching Cindy McCain passionately kissing and hugging another man!”
That’s the stunned reaction of an eyewitness who says he watched in shock – and snapped photos – as the former presidential candidate’s wife romantically kissed a long-haired man who resembles “a washed-up ’80s rock musician.”
Sources told The ENQUIRER investigative team the pair have been seen at concerts and sporting events acting very lovey-dovey
I don’t buy this for a second, especially since it was released after the election. If the Enquirer had faith in their story, they would have run it during the election. It would have generated more attention and sales then. But since it was total bullshit, they chose to run it afterward so they wouldn’t take as much heat when it proved to be false.