John McCain tweets a shout-out to his friend Bill Clinton; Updated

The two friends reportedly got together tonight at at event at The Met.

What on earth did they talk about? Twitter users had a few theories.

That leaves just a few unanswered questions:


  • Danny Wheeler

    LOL! He set himself up!

    • Jeremy

      LOL yes he did.

  • Jeremy
    • BeautifulAmerica

      Oh, I WISH!

    • nc

      Too late, I’m afraid.

    • Ned McFury

      You notice that McCain is to the left of Clinton, in the photo.

  • Jeremy

    He and Graham both need to go soon. We need to get some real conservatives in office.

  • Steve_J

    Puss Bucket Clinton is his good friend and Ted Cruz is a wacko bird?

    • Jeremy

      Yeah makes no sense but,that is McCain for ya.

  • BeautifulAmerica

    NWO/Bilderberger Suck-Up.

    Whatcha think of them apples, McCain?
    You could have been SAVING our country. Instead, you spit on it.
    Step down now and take your “AMNESTY for Lawbreakers” with you.

  • nc

    McCain: “Nobody appreciates my maverick shtick anymore.”
    Clinton: “Stop by my office. Maybe I can help you tweak your image a little.”

  • DurkaDurka

    I’m beginning to think Obama was the only choice to get this over quick.

  • JustLikeAnimals

    John McCain: The senior Republican’t from Arizona.

  • $27789750

    Why are these pols always standing in corrodors sneakily whispering to each other?

  • Ronald

    I admire in a person the quality of being civil and courteous despite having different political views.

  • neoface

    So you would agree to term limits, shortens the arrogant status. IMO, for the most part politicians know they have won the lottery of feeding from the government trough and a golden parachute, they basically don’t want to rock the boat and covering their ass. They may start their career with good intentions, but eventually compromise their principles to stay in the game. They do very little and get paid a lot. What not to like!

  • ClinkinKY

    I’d limit them to two terms also. One in the Senate and one in prison.