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Is America addicted to presidential embarassments? :lol:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080804/pl_nm/...ufmWPaY3o9h24cA

Paris Hilton's mom calls McCain ad "waste of money" Mon Aug 4, 9:15 AM ET

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Paris Hilton's mother -- a John McCain donor -- on Sunday dismissed as a "waste of money" a television ad that used her daughter and Britney Spears to portray Democrat Barack Obama as more celebrity icon than chief executive.

Kathy Hilton, the mother of the blond socialite-actress, lambasted the Republican presidential candidate's advertisement in a blog posted on the political Web site Huffington Post (www.huffingtonpost.com).

"It is a complete waste of the money John McCain's contributors have donated to his campaign," Hilton wrote.

"It is a complete waste of the country's time and attention at the very moment when millions of people are losing their homes and their jobs. And it is a completely frivolous way to choose the next President of the United States," she wrote.

The McCain ad, titled "Celeb," asks viewers: "Is he (Obama) ready to lead?"

Hilton and her husband, a scion of the Hilton hotel chain, donated $4,600 to McCain's November White House bid.

McCain has portrayed himself as an independent-minded politician with a history of bucking authority and said last week that his rival has shown little more than strong speaking skills.

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Is America addicted to presidential embarassments? :rolleyes:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080804/pl_nm/...ufmWPaY3o9h24cA

Paris Hilton's mom calls McCain ad "waste of money" Mon Aug 4, 9:15 AM ET

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Paris Hilton's mother -- a John McCain donor -- on Sunday dismissed as a "waste of money" a television ad that used her daughter and Britney Spears to portray Democrat Barack Obama as more celebrity icon than chief executive.

Kathy Hilton, the mother of the blond socialite-actress, lambasted the Republican presidential candidate's advertisement in a blog posted on the political Web site Huffington Post (www.huffingtonpost.com).

"It is a complete waste of the money John McCain's contributors have donated to his campaign," Hilton wrote.

"It is a complete waste of the country's time and attention at the very moment when millions of people are losing their homes and their jobs. And it is a completely frivolous way to choose the next President of the United States," she wrote.

The McCain ad, titled "Celeb," asks viewers: "Is he (Obama) ready to lead?"

Hilton and her husband, a scion of the Hilton hotel chain, donated $4,600 to McCain's November White House bid.

McCain has portrayed himself as an independent-minded politician with a history of bucking authority and said last week that his rival has shown little more than strong speaking skills.

Paris Hilton's mom ?? Wow !! That's the news flash of the day.

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Paris Hilton's mom ?? Wow !! That's the news flash of the day.

The news flash of the day is NOT Paris Hilton's Mom, shmuck. It's Shotgun Dicky Cheney and his "NON-CAPACITY" at the Republican National convention.................imagine what a pitiful event of deadenders THIS affair is destined to be??!??!!

http://blogs.usatoday.com/onpolitics/2008/...rt-no-role.html

Report: No role for Cheney at GOP convention

The American Spectator reports that Vice President Cheney will not appear at the Republican National Convention. "Cheney has not sought a speaking slot at the convention, nor has his staff sought a role for him at the convention," the conservative magazine says on its Prowler blog, citing "sources in his office."

Politico explored the "rocky" relationship between Cheney and presumptive GOP nominee John McCain in June, and said Cheney might not play a convention role.

USA TODAY's David Jackson asked Megan Mitchell, a Cheney spokeswoman, about the Spectator report. "The vice president's schedule has not been set for next week, let alone next month," she said. "The vice president has, as recently as Friday, been out campaigning for Sen. McCain."

Last month Congress Daily reported that several Republicans in high-profile Senate races would not be attending the Sept. 1-4 gathering in St. Paul.

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