Wednesday, January 30, 2008

McCain Will Be Our Nominee

McCain won Florida yesterday which all but guarantees he will be the Republican nominee. It doesn't get much more depressing than having two democrats running in the general election. 2 things McCain would have to say before I even thought about driving the 3 miles it takes to get to my polling place. He'd have to say he'd BUILD THE DAMN WALL and nominate justices similar to Alito and Roberts to the Supreme Court. Stevens and Ginsburg are likely to retire in the next 4 years. If we can get two more qualified Supreme Court justices we can take back the court from those who use it (liberals) as a ways of legislating positions that would never pass in an electoral event. Truth be told I don't think I'd believe him even if he did commit to doing those two things. This is going to be a LONG 9 months!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thank McCain and everyone who has served in the military and the hundreds of prisioners of war who gave so much for our country. However, serving in the military does not qualify a person to be president. McCain's BIO is on the internet. We need a president who has work experience in the private sector so that he can understand the majority of people he serves.
McCain is in favor of a North American Treaty, he received most of the Cuban votes in the Florida primary. He has spoken on many occasions about the welfare of illegal aliens. After listening to him several times, it has become clear that he will give illegals an education, home, money, health care, drivers license, etc. etc. His past says it all. The good news is that at present he does not have enough electoral votes to be the candidate.

January 31, 2008 6:23 PM  
Anonymous Jane said...

McCain was in favor of Bush's tax cut for the wealthy until he arrived in California, then he changed his mind, he favors cutting taxes for the wealthy. He needs campaign money. Flip/Flop!!
It's unbelieveable that the Republicans could even consider such a scum bucket for president. He wants to give all illegal aliens a free ticket to this country, that is at the government's expense (you and I are paying for it).

February 01, 2008 4:26 PM  
Anonymous Liz said...

McCain is a great Patriot and has served his country well, but that does not mean he's qualified to be president. We all owe him a debt of gratitude for his service to our country but we don't owe him our vote if we feel he's not suited for the job.

February 01, 2008 9:50 PM  
Anonymous ray said...

McCain served his country in the Navy but I have doubts about him as president.

February 11, 2008 7:09 AM  
Anonymous lee said...

Slim pickings this election year, worst I've seen in the past 60 years of voting.

February 12, 2008 1:35 PM  

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