Daddy Yankee Goes For McCain

"One of his most famous songs, I know you're very familiar with, 'Gasolina'. Well, here he is: Daddy Yankee."

John McCain
Before a crowd of 14, 12 and 10 years old
(Children old enough to be McCain's great-great grandchildren)

PHOENIX -- There were squeals and giggles from teenage girls at Arizona Sen. John McCain's appearance at Central High School this morning -- not for him, but for Daddy Yankee, the Puerto Rican reggaeton star who offered the GOP presidential candidate his surprise endorsement.

The audience of more than 100 students seemed slightly sleepy for McCain's opening remarks about the importance of voting and the national leaders who have come from Arizona. But they perked up when he promised a "special guest" and "a great American success story."

Slyly withholding the name, McCain mentioned that the guest, who is 31, has been married for 15 years and has children who are 14, 12 and 10 years old.


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