© FauxNews October 7, 2008
Los Angeles, California - In what has been described as a last-ditch gambit to save the struggling McCain Palin campaign, engineers at the Cindy McCain owned CyberDyne Corporation have sent political spinners back through a time portal to announce victory at tonight's debate.
After McCain received grief for releasing a predebate statement claiming victory at the last Obama McCain debate, members of The Resistance, led by Commander John Connor dialed in the campaign. "If we can stop McCain spinners from creating the idea that he won tonight, before the debate even occurs, there may be hope for the Human Race" said Connor from his underground bunker in the Nevada desert.
Many in the media are waiting to see how many hours before the debate begins, that McCain claims victory today. "He only went back two hours in the first debate. I fear he may try or four or more this time." said Tim Williams editor of Popular Time Mechanics magazine. " When you go back more than three hours, you risk disrupting the space time continuum, which can cause things like stock market crashes, hurricanes and a renewed interest in Saturday Night Live. Nothing good comes from it."
A McCain campaign spokesman, when asked about the new McCain Time Traveling Robot Initiative said, "I'll be back...with an answer for you. Don't go anywhere."