SEDONA - What happens when a presidential candidate has a Big Mac attack?
Usually a traffic jam, even in a quiet resort town like Sedona.
Arizona Sen. John McCain's 10-vehicle motorcade was headed back to his family retreat after several hours of debate practice early Saturday afternoon when it made an unscheduled turn into a McDonald's parking lot.
Out jumped an aide, who hustled into the restaurant. In the meantime, traffic backed up onto the road because of the blocked-off parking lot.
The service was quick, though, and the aide soon emerged carrying drinks, bags of food and a Happy Meal and climbed back into McCain's sport utility vehicle for the quick drive to McCain's home.