Ryan Lizza unearths an NPR Exchange with John McCain from last week that makes one wonder how earnestly he’s really campaigning for Bush’s re-election:
McCain: One of my earliest–I don’t know because I don’t know–I’d wait until I see the nine-eleven commission’s findings and recommendations. One of my earliest recollections as a very young boy was when the captain of the battleship Missouri was asleep in his cabin, the navigator ran the battleship aground near Norfolk. The captain was gone from the ship within two hours. He was responsible.