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McCain: Hyping the Hype

This blog post is to let you all know that I’ll be writing a blog post announcing my intention to eventually write a blog post telling you about John McCain’s nationally televised announcement tonight that, after announcing that he was considering announcing his run for President, he’ll be officially announcing his Presidential run next April.  I sincerely hope that, from now on, he issues an advance press release announcing all of his press releases.  Never to hurts to build more awareness, right?

While you’re busy peeling away the layers of self-promotion, you can enter the black and white zone known as McCainSpace, which sounds like it should be the title of a pulpy 1970s science fiction novel.  

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