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John McCain Just Loves Falwell Now

John McCain, joined Tim Russert, on MTP this morning and was challenged on a number of issue including his new found affection for Jerry Falwell. [


John McCain, joined Tim Russert, on MTP this morning and was challenged on a number of issue including his new found affection for Jerry Falwell.

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Russert: Do you believe that Jerry Falwell is still an agent of intolerance?

McCain: No, I don't. I think that Jerry Falwell can explain how his views on this program when you have him on.

Russert actually questioned McCain pretty hard in the segment pointing out all his recent flip flops and showed that he is no longer the "maverick" that he's been portrayed to be. Russert, used Pinkerton's quote calling him a: "born-again Bushophile" to describe his relationship with the President now. McCain left the interview with this to say:

McCain: I haven't had so much fun since my last interrogation.

georgia10 has more..."What we saw in that interview was the death of McCain the Maverick, and the birth of McCain the Chameleon. If there was any doubt that McCain is--with his eye on a presidential bid--a politician to the core, this interview should snuff that doubt out...

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