I'm not sure how many more crazy McCain supporters I can stand posting here. It's gotten so bad that Google ads on this page are all Republican or McCain sites. Here's just another one to talk about, Ashley Todd, and she's a repeat zanyist.
Here's Keith Olberman with the McCain campaign ties and Christopher Hitchens follow up opinion from Hardball.
Almost from the start, Pittsburgh police were skeptical about a young woman's claim that she had been mugged and a "B" carved into her cheek by an attacker who was provoked by the sight of a John McCain bumper sticker on her car. Ashley Todd quoted him as saying "You are going to be a Barack supporter," as he sat on her chest, pinning both of her hands down, and scratched the letter "B" on her right cheek. Her story quickly became political fodder, fueled by the presidential campaign and Ms. Todd's political connections as a field representative for the College Republican National Committee and McCain volunteer.
How thought out was this...
The day after the purported attack, both Sen. John McCain and Gov. Sarah Palin called Ms. Todd, offering words of comfort.
On her MySpace profile, she references the title of a song by the group Panic at the Disco: "Lying is the most fun a girl can have without taking her cloths (sic) off," but adds to it "but its (sic) better if you do."
About a month earlier, he said, Ms. Todd sent an e-mail to the Ron Paul group saying her tires were slashed and that campaign paraphernalia had been stolen from her car because she supported Mr. Paul.