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The McCain Ladies Lend Their Support To The NOH8 Campaign

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Way to go, ladies.

Cindy McCain and daughter Meghan McCain have lent their support to the NOH8 campaign yet again by posing together in a new ad.

We've always been super impressed with Meghan AND Cindy's work for gay rights. Now, if only John McCain could join the cause….

That would be such a huge milestone.

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Cindy McCain Switches Her Stance On DADT

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Booooo Cindy McCain, boooo!!

The wife of John McCain has reversed her decision of opposing "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," to now supporting her husband's stance on the issue, which is unfortunately, in approval of DADT.

Despite appearing in an ad for the NOH8 campaign and saying that "our political and religious leaders tell LGBT youth that they have no future," including the fact that "they can't serve our country openly, "Mrs. McCain tweeted this on Friday:

I fully support the NOH8 campaign and all it stands for and am proud to be a part of it. But I stand by my husband's stance on DADT.

That is totally unacceptable, Mrs. McCain!!

What do U think of her sudden change in position??

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Cindy McCain's Head Issues!

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Before addressing the International Headache Congress (really?!) later this month, Cindy McCain is opening up about her 15 year secret struggle with migraines in hopes to inspire research.

Although it was once difficult to find the words for her pain, the Crypt Keeper tried to use a term she felt her once POW husband, John McCain, would understand.

"Torture," said Cindy. "Being tied to a chair for four days. I can't imagine how unbearable that pain must have been, but yeah, I can, because a migraine may come close."

She downplayed her pain for years because she didn't want to bother her family, along with keeping in mind John's immense suffering during his five year captivity in Hanoi.


"There were times when I felt a little bit inadequate with my pain problem," she admits. "But I had to get over that because I didn't live in John's shoes and he didn't live in mine. He doesn't always understand [migraines] but he knows they are real."

Life in the McCain household must be just like his presidential campaign! You make one wrong move and you get a tirade about being a prisoner of war!

It also turns out that Cindy's frail frame and designer glasses on the campaign trail were not an attempt to be a Stepford wife, but the result of how much she was suffering during that time.

"Some people gain weight during times of stress but I lose weight. I was way too thin," she said of dropping down to 100 lbs. on her 5'7" frame. "Whenever I had those huge dark glasses on, that was always a sign. Sunglasses are a migraine sufferer's best friend."

We're no doctor, but injected botulism to the face probably doesn't help!

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The Crypt Keeper Spotted In NYC!

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Missed her!

Cindy McCain graced New York with her presence when she stopped by Good Morning America to discuss her recent charity work.

The Stepford wife to failed presidential Candidate John McCain was ridiculed by Wanda Sykes at the recent White House Correspondents Dinner for her abundent wealth.

Seriously?! No jokes about her face?

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When Desperate Met Stepford

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Eva Longoria was on hand to cheer for her husband, Tony Parker, at the NBA All Star game in Phoenix, AZ, on Sunday.

The Desperate Housewife was seated courtside next to Arizona senator/former presidential candidate John McCain and his wife, Cindy.

Look at Mrs. McCain's gaze!

She just oozes Stepford!

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