John Mccain I Don’t Use Coarse Language Very Often I Have A Larger Vocabulary Than That
March 28, 2012 by staff
John Mccain I Don’t Use Coarse Language Very Often I Have A Larger Vocabulary Than That, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), whose 2008 presidential campaign is depicted in the new HBO film “Game Change,” hasn’t seen the film but has heard enough to know it’s grossly misleading.
“I’m not going to watch it,” McCain said on “Fox News Sunday.” “It’s based on a book that’s completely biased and with unattributed quotes,” he added,, referring to the “Game Change” book by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann.
McCain also faulted the film for depicting him as foul-mouthed.
“I’ve been told I’m portrayed as using an exceeding amount of coarse language. I don’t use coarse language very often. I have a larger vocabulary than that,” the former naval aviator said.
McCain said he’s particularly bothered by the movie’s negative portrayal of his running mate, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
“I don’t understand, even in the tough world of politics, why there continues to be such an assault on a good and decent person,” McCain said. “I admired and respect her. I’m proud of our campaign….I thought she was the most qualified person.”
When Fox host Chris Wallace mentioned that former McCain campaign manager Steve Schmidt has said that the movie is true and that he regrets being involved in putting an unqualified candidate such as Palin on the ticket, McCain said: “I regret that he would make such a statement.”
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