Look Cindy, a guy in a leisure suit!

September 8, 2008

Quick quiz: Republican presidential candidate John McCain is saying…

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“Wave, Cindy! I think that’s my first wife over there!”

“Is that jerk fooling anybody with that comb-over?

“There’s one of the guards from the Hanoi Hilton! Yo! Nguyen!”

“Look what that sign says about me! It says… Oh. Never mind.”

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mccain-colorado-springs-1-360.jpgRepublican presidential nominee John McCain, his wife Cindy (R) and vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin take the stage at a campaign rally in Colorado Springs, Colorado September 6, 2008. REUTERS photos by Brian Snyder

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I got a pit bull and I’m not afraid to use her. Err not you Cindy. your a ****

Posted by Rodger Lemonde | Report as abusive

No really, pull my finger!

Posted by Francis Begbie | Report as abusive

Is that one of our houses over there?

Posted by Larry Moeller | Report as abusive

Look, Cindy! That dame’s outfit is even more eye-searing than yours!

“If we put a sniper up there, I could end this mess right now and choose Romney!”

Posted by chris | Report as abusive

Oddly enough sucks now. What is this junk? Bring back the actual articles.

Posted by me | Report as abusive

This is news?

Posted by Bob | Report as abusive

Sorry, but we’ve changed nothing. Reuters still has both the Oddly Enough news channel: http://www.reuters.com/news/oddlyEnough and an Oddly Enough Blog: http://blogs.reuters.com/oddly-enough/ which is clearly labeled as a blog.

It appears that someone at Google has tinkered with their gadget and the news channel link now leads to the blog, which is understandably upsetting to people looking for actual news stories. You should probably direct your complaints to Google.

Posted by Robert Basler | Report as abusive

These guys were doing it first
http://www.icanhasurvote.com

Look Cindy. Its amazing that these people have actually fallen for it! (…pretend I am pointing to something interesting)

Posted by John McCain | Report as abusive