Impeach McCain feels like a half-assed effort: Perhaps even its creators doubted if its titular rallying cry would ever be necessary. It contains a few bafflingly unremarkable photos of John McCain and Sarah Palin (paired with uninspired captions), a gibberish-addled McCain bio ("U.S. Senator John McCain has a long career of public service. And now he's working on his exploratory committed as John McCain for President."), an unclickable link labeled "McCain Positions" that must have seemed like too daunting a task to assemble, and empty white space galore. The now-irrelevant site primarily functions as a pathetic ad repository for "Impeach McCain" merchandise and McCain-campaign-themed products, all of which seem destined for deep discounts and/or landfills.
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