Here. Starts out really well, anyway. Turns into a catechism. And you will get all the questions right.
ADDED: I'm on the blogger conference call with McCain right now. We'll see if I get my question in. I punched in late because I didn't want to be first.
UPDATE: They didn't get to my question, which was going to be based on this blog post about his reaction to the question "How do we beat the bitch?" He stayed with the phone call a long time — about 40 minutes — and he sounded completely relaxed and engaged, but I didn't get my chance. He took about 10 questions, all from men, and not one asked about the incident, though he seemed to expect to have to deal with it. He raised it on his own at one point, and his spin was criticizing the press for making it look as though he "was guilty of misbehavior." I wanted to ask why he didn't push back at the questioner the way he'd pushed back at the man who spoke of "the anger the average European Christian, native-born American feels when they see their country turning into a multicultural chaos Tower of Babel" and the way he surely would have pushed back if someone had asked — referring to Barack Obama — "How do we beat the n*****?"
But it's my fault for delaying the punch in. They go first come, first served. It's not: The questioners are all men, so let's move up the woman.
Oh, and he was asked about that animation I linked to above. The questioner, Matt Lewis, asked if the material referring to Rudy Giuliani indicated how he was going to start attacking Giuliani or if it was just for fun. McCain said he reviewed it and found it "a little juvenile," but decided "let's go ahead. Maybe someone will enjoy watching it." Which I assume means: We need something that can go viral, and this may be it.
It was at this point that he volunteered that opinion about the "How do we beat the bitch?" question, and that might suggest something about how his mind works. "How do we beat the bitch?" perhaps felt to him like a fun-loving thing, perhaps a little over-the-line, but can't we lighten up?
My response to that is that he wouldn't lighten up when confronted with the "average European Christian, native-born American" guy and he wouldn't lighten up if someone said "How do we beat the n*****?" or even "How do we beat the black guy?"