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You know, some snark just occurs in life and you just go ahead and publish it without embellishment.

Your News Center Channel 8 in Alexandria, Virginia has more:

We have the tape of a 911 call made by John McCain’s brother earlier this week.

He called the police emergency line because he was angry he was stuck in traffic.

The 911 call came into the City of Alexandria on Oct. 21st That’s creating some buzz because it appears to come from Joe McCain, John McCain’s brother.

Operator: 911 state your emergency

Caller: It’s not an emergency but do you know why on one side at the damn drawbridge of 95 traffic is stopped for 15 minutes and yet traffic’s coming the other way?

Operator: Sir, are you calling 911 to complain about traffic? (pause)

Caller: "(Expletive) you." (caller hangs up)

He’s like all the Bush brothers rolled into one, dipped into a bit vat of essence of Billy Carter and rolled into Roger Clinton sprinkles with just a twist of Donald Nixon.

There’s always a chance this wasn’t Joe of course. It could have been the work of the Northern Virginia Communist Party.

Oh, there’s video, thanks AmericaBlog!

(pic via WJLA/NewsChannel 8)

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