McCain comes out in favour of gay marriage. And it’s always important to have an oven chips magnate’s wife on board

You go girl, and other cliches indicating feminine independence of mind

No, silly. It’s not McCain Oven Chips, it’s McCain as in ‘could have been President of America if Obama hadn’t got there first’. Him. Well, not him, his wife. Cindy. Cindy McCain. That’s her name, don’t wear it out.

Anyways and hoos (but not ho’s because this is a story about a respectable Republican family, no matter that she dresses too young for her age and has Malibu Stacy hair), the wife of Senator John McCain has posed for a NoH8 poster. The whole NoH8 thing – and thang, come to that – is in favour of gay marriage.

And John McCain isn’t. He thinks only a man and a woman joined in holy union – even if that holy union only lasts until they come round from their drinking binge at Caesar’s Palace after a quickie at the Chapel of Love – should be eligible for tax breaks, inheritance rights and unsupervised hospital visits.

We can only imagine the frost at that dinner table at the moment.

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  1. I love oven chips.

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