The United States Secret Service has a long tradition of assigning code-names to the President, the Vice-President and some of the members of their families. It makes it easier to say "so and so" (codename) is moving or is coming home or is on the plane or the playground, rather then using their proper names.
In Secret Service terms, President Barack Obama is referred to as "Renegade". The First lady is called "Renaissance". The Vice-President (Joe Biden) is called "Celtic" and his wife Jill is called "Capri". Even the current First Children (as have many in the past) have their own Secret Service names. Malia is called "Radiance" and Sasha is called "Rosebud".
In the past the Secret service has used code-names for various Presidents and Vice-President such as "General" for Harry Truman, "Lancer" for JFK, "Pass Key" for Jerry Ford, "Deacon" for Jimmy Carter, "Rawhide" for Ronald Reagan and (not really that surprisingly) "Tumbler" For George W. Bush.
During the last Presidential election the Secret Service assigned temporarycode-names to John McCain and Sarah Palin. He was called "Phoenix" and she was refereed to as "Denali" (like the SUV). Still, one wonders if these would have been the code-names the Secret Service would have stuck with if these two bozo....er...."candidates"....had actually been elected. One wonders if they would not have been assigned different code-names and what those code-names should be.
So, here we are. You are in the position of assigning code-names to John McCain and Sarah Palin as the new President and Vice-President of the United States, that best describes them. If they were elected and you were the person in charge of assigning them a one word code-name, what would you call them. Please, feel free to be very, very, very creative.