Tuesday, January 29, 2008

McConnecticut

John McCain is apparently coming to Connecticut this weekend. I am told it will be around 1:00 p.m. on Sunday.

I agree with Ann Coulter when she said McCain is like Bob Dole, only without the conservatism, the charm or the youth.

I don't understand this man's appeal. Some like him because he crosses party lines. He sure did when he was the only Republican member of the Keating 5 scandal.

Anyhow, if you want to see John McCain, and you have nothing better to do on SUPER BOWL SUNDAY, go see the maddest hatter running.

6 comments:

liberty_or_death said...

McCain is a very scary politician. You find a liberal piece of legislation that is called "bi-paritsan" and named after a D and a R, the R is always McCain.

Common Name Used by Liberals on Bills to claim bipartisanship:

The "McCain-Liberal Democrat" Act on Everything

Judy Aron said...

I'd rather have a root canal than go see that liberal piece of trash. How Republicans can vote for him is utterly beyond me.

Steve said...

I agree that McCain is a pretty liberal Republican; however, when he has the nomination and is campaigning against Obama/Clinton I am sure you will be singing a different tune.

Careful not to trash the guy too much right now.

Judy Aron said...

Umm.. no Steve - I have no intention of voting for McCain - EVER - because he is no different then Obama/Clinton anyway, and just because he has R by his name is not a reason for me to vote for him for president.

He'll give illegals amnesty
He'll keep us in war
He'll expand social programs and grow government -
He'll continue to bankrupt this country and He'll continue to diminish our liberty.
No different then a Democrat.

That's the problem with this party - we keep electing people who don't really represent what Republicans are supposed to be all about. And then you wonder why our party is shrinking and why people are apathetic. If our candidates are no different then the Dems then where is the choice? It becomes just a choice of a letter near their name.

Yeah - we ought to be trashing this guy and exposing him for what he really is all about instead of carrying on this charade of how he is a Republican candidate.

Headless Horseman said...

If he gets the Republican nomination it would be depressing to me. He doesn't stand for much that our party is supposed to stand for.

I would vote for him if he were the nominee, but it would be a nose-plugger. But I would prefer him to Obama or Hillary, and for that reason alone, I couldn't sit on the sidelines and not vote.

I am still holding out hope Romney can pull it out.

mccommas said...

Sorry Steve but I will not likely vote for McCain in the General either.

It will take a lot to convince me not to leave that spot blank or vote for the Clintons in order to save the ideological integrity of the Republican Party.

He is way too liberal and bends to easily under pressure from liberal newspapers editorial boards. I would rather have 8 more years of the Clintons sell my soul.

I am holding out hope headless. The polls have been wrong thus far lots. Don't let the media pick OUR candidate. I gave Romney 20 bucks and my bumper sticker is in the mail.

Is head to head now. McCain benefited thus far from a muddled field of candidates. Now we shall see how big the anti-McCain wing is. I am betting the ranch its bigger than the Lincoln Chaffee wing!

Remember its partisans like us who care about the things like illegal aliens and First Amendment issues. So called “independents” (liberal unaffiliateds) don’t’ get to invade our party and screw up our nomination form here on out like they did in New Hampshire.