Quotes: Attack of the Political Ad

I gave it up. I hauled down my colors and surrendered. I was not equal to the requirements of a Gubernatorial campaign in the state of New York, and so I sent in my withdrawal from the candidacy, and in bitterness of spirit signed it,
"Truly yours, once a decent man, but now,
Mark Twain, Infamous Perjurer, Montana Thief, Body-Snatcher, Delirium Tremens, Filthy Corruptionist, and Loathsome Embracer"
Running For Governor by Mark Twain

John McCain: Any of you ever been accused of having a Negro child out of wedlock because your adopted daughter was born in Bangladesh? And then when she was 16 and Googled her name, I had to explain to her why President Bush's henchmen called her a bastard when she was 10 years old.
Rick Davis: Uhh err yeah, South Carolina... that was an ugly primary. But this isn't the same thing. Reverend Wright really did say those things.
John McCain: That may be true. But there is a dark side to American populism. Some people win elections tapping into it. I'm not one of those people.