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McCain vows to have Democrats in Cabinet
Promising a "very bipartisan approach" to how he'll run his administration, Sen. John McCain said in an interview broadcast Sunday that he would appoint Democrats to his Cabinet.
Oh, then again, maybe I shouldn't be so cynical about this. I mean, there's always Zell Miller, and it isn't too difficult to convince people even now that Lieberman's still a Dem.
Still, the lede is meant to have you thinking "Chuck Schumer" or "Barney Frank". Nawgawnhappen.
More from Grumpy:
On Sunday's program, McCain also responded to the low participation of African-Americans in last week's GOP convention.[ . . .]
Asked how his party can survive "if you become just the party of white people," McCain responded, "We can't. We can't ... We've got to reach out. We've got to do a better job. We have to have the Hispanic as well as African-American voters."
Or maybe, just maybe, your problem's a matter of demonizing immigrants, long-standing casual racism, disenfranchisement of black voters in Florida and Ohio, and juxtapositions like this: