WASHINGTON, DC --- The John McCain campaign was toasting champagne after winning an improbable three Oscars for Best Picture, Director and Adapted Screenplay. The picture, 'No Country for Old Men', is a documentary about the McCain candidacy.
"This is a great day for our campaign," said McCain. "This win just shows that even a true conservative can win in Hollywood. I skipped watching Matlock tonight to make sure I caught the Oscars. I'm very very pleased."
The New York Times film, 'There Will Be Blood', won Oscars as well. The McCain campaign called the story about the 'There Will Be Blood' Oscars completely false and without merit. The New York Times admitted the story may not have met their normal standards.