This post, by Mike Boyer at Foreign Policy‘s Passport blog, is beyond bizarre:
The most telling thing about the Senate vote this afternoon on the $124 billion supplemental war spending bill, which happens to require American troops to begin withdrawing from Iraq in October, is who abstained from voting: John McCain, Lindsey Graham, and Tim Johnson.
“The Maverick” McCain was either too busy campaigning for president to return and vote on the most important and contentious issue facing Congress today, or he was afraid vote for or against a troop withdrawal on the record.
Boyer really seems to think that there is a question as to how McCain would have voted. Which there really isn’t.