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John McCain MySpace Page Defaced

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I’d be more sympathetic, except that he got vandalized because his staff used a template without giving credit to the designer.

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  1. And the thing is, McCain was actually pulling the image from the guy who hacked him, eating up (some might say stealing) bandwidth, which is always poor form, but especially when you have presidential ambitions.

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