``Al-Qaeda is on their heels but not defeated,'' McCain said today at a town hall meeting with General Motors workers in Warren, Michigan. ``I also predict that they will make an attempt, as we get into election season, to make more of these spectacular kinds of attacks'' by suicide bombers to destabilize the government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. "
Earlier this year, McCain adviser Charlie Black caused a controversy when he was quoted in a Fortune magazine interview that the assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto before the New Hampshire primary ``helped us'' by highlighting that McCain ``is the guy who's ready to be commander in chief.'' Black added that a ``fresh terrorist attack certainly would be a big advantage'' politically. "
And these people wonder why so many of us find the concept of our own country perpetrating black flag operations to be both credible and probable? Here are two guys admitting that terrorists attacks would help Republican chances of wining elections. These guys scare the shit out me, I'm not afraid of Osama bin Laden, I'm afraid of John McCain and you should be too