Cindy McCain said that Barack Obama raped her.
Yes. That's what she said.
Why else the following two quotes, which pundits across the land have been boggled by:
Obama has "waged the dirtiest campaign in American history."
"The day that Senator Obama decided to cast a vote to not fund my son when he was serving sent a cold chill through my body."
It's all code. Not anything as simple as a word-substitution or any kind of conventional cipher. This is cultural code, deeply ingrained and deep and dark.
The first is prelude; it sets up the conditions and makes us anxious to know more. Cindy McCain is saying that this "dirty" man, this black man, is doing something bad. And because it is Cindy McCain speaking, not John, the supporters feel immediately protective towards her, they know this has something to do with Cindy.
And what does Cindy have that a black man might want? Here, her second quote. It is her pure white "body," naturally. After all, accepting the culture of the code, it's what all black men lust after and will take with force given half the opportunity. We here move from implied threat to actual attack.
Cindy's second quote is the victim's lament - her wail of despair against the dark deeds done unto her. This is the actual attack on her, on her "body" - this is rape! The black man has violated the white woman! She's calling out for vengeance, crying out for some virile white male defenders to avenge her stolen honor that that villianous Obama with his foreign name and his untold, possibly violent secrets has now taken!
So, Cindy McCain said that Barack Obama raped her.
Credit for breaking the code goes to My Smart Wife; discredit for this post and all else is all mine. If this one doesn't earn me a large-scale, all-out troll hammer-down, nothin' will...
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