Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Letter to An Old Friend and Current McCain Advisor, Re: The Recent McCain Scandal

Just in from Grady Glenn:
Joe,

Hello.
And now for another uninvited diatribe from Grady, bored to death here in Phoenix.

Congrats on the NY Times article. The Times has (most likely wittingly) done McCain a huge favor, as will become apparent in the coming weeks. (More on this later.)

I'm now debating whether or not I should continue with a story I began a few weeks ago, in which there is a claim that McCain a----d his wife C---y during her stay at St. J---ph's Hospital several years ago. I have had a number of witnesses (mostly h-----l employees) provide me with testimony, but as these testimonies are, for the most part, uncorroborable, I'll probably drop the inquiry— besides, it would be aiming a bit below the belt.

And I'll agree to vote for McCain if you or anyone else can refute the main arguments laid out in this book: ""Marching Toward Hell: America and Islam After Iraq," by Michael Scheuer, former head of the CIA's bin Laden unit. It's an amazingly accurate and depressing analysis of what has happened and is happening as a result of our foreign policy blunders. Here's a review of it from your local paper, The San Franscisco Gate.


Read the review, and then the book, and then give the book to McCain, and then, if he is demonstrably convinced by Scheuer's arguments that only conservativism— which is the antithesis of neoconservatism— can save and preserve this here our great nation, then, and only then, should you tell him that Grady G--nn, native of Pinesmith, son of Tim and Janice Mo---son, half-breed and sometime paleoconservative, resident of Tokyo, where I live now, and which is a logarithm of other cities, amateur pianist, former member of the John Birch Society, patriot and exile, will be casting his vote in November for the good Senator from Arizona, John Sidney McCain III (1936- ).

Also, let me know if you'll be in Phoenix while I'm still here. We should jam.

-Grady Glenn

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