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Oh, isn’t this just sooo sweet. Two peas in a pod. Let’s let all the fleas infest our country. I read another article where mayor of a Mexico city is handing out

Sen. Barack Obama:  “I think they [Republicans] will pounce on any issue that has to do with immigration.  But as I said, my position has been very similar to John McCain’s, who’s maybe the likely Republican nominee.  And if he wants to try to parse out this one issue of driver’s licenses, an issue of public safety, my response is that we have to solve the overall problem.” (ABC’s “World News Tonight,” 2/2/08)

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Here are a couple nice comments found around:

From Fairness:

Here is the dirty BIG secret that Dick Morris, the Democtrats and libereal media don’t want McCain and Huckabee supporters to understand:

1. a vote for Huckabee at this point in the race is a vote for McCain. Huckabee CANNOT win the primary and is almost out of money.

2. a vote for McCain in the Primary is a vote for Obama or Clinton in the general election. McCain CANNOT win the general election and he knows that without the base of the party he like Dole before him will loose. The base will never support liberal McCain. Independents will flock to Obama.

For the reasons previously stated in this post, McCain who is hated by the Republican base will go down in flames in the general election. Anyone voting on super Tuesday and beyond who is considering McCain or Huckabee needs to think long and hard about who they are rally voting for. Do these folks prefer Obama or Clinton over Romney. If so my friends, you are playing right into the Democrat playbook to win the White House in ’08.


From Lynn in San Diego:

America needs to realize that Mitt Romney is not the usual candidate.  People like Romney do not usually run for office.  He is doing this because he feels that he is the right person for the job at this time in Americas history. I think when the topic of the economy comes up in the White House our President should be the smartest person in the room.  That person is Mitt Romney.  He is not a polished politician or comedian.  He is a serious man for a serious time for America.  I am tired of Washington insiders running this country.  I am ready for new ideas outside of Washington.  Republicans should wake up and vote for Mitt Romney.  

WOW!!! this is a perfect post!!
Yes, this is what those of us who are never asked by the media are wanting to shout from the rooftops!!!

Enough picking on stupid little things, if you want to avoid an economic catastrophe you have to put in a expert and quit picking!! Of course the media does not want to air our view…they just want to keep pushing the same people on us who are just peddling a different message disguised as change. Unfortunately Florida showed us that they really don’t want change by voting for the most stale politicians we had to choose from. Maybe America is truly afraid of change!

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John McCain Hates Me

Friday, February 1, 2008 8:26 AM
By: Michael Reagan

Until last night, when I watched the Republican debate, I had no idea how much John McCain dislikes me and just about everybody else but Rudy Giuliani, who, if you believe The New York Times, is a pretty good hater himself.

As I watched McCain and Gov. Romney go at it during the debate at the Reagan Library, I was struck by the huge gap that separates McCain — whose contempt for his fellow humans is patently obvious — and my dad, Ronald Reagan, who had nothing but the deepest affection and respect for the American people.

The feeling is mutual between McCain and me. I don’t like the way he treats people. You get the impression that he thinks everybody is beneath him. He seems to be saying, “I was a war hero, and you had damn well better treat me as your superior.”

He has contempt for conservatives who he thinks can be duped into thinking he’s one of them, despite such blatantly anti-conservative actions as his support for amnesty for illegal immigrants, his opposition to the Bush tax cuts which got the economy rolling again, and his campaign finance bill which skewed the political process and attacked free speech.

I am appalled by his contempt for the intelligence of his listeners when he flat-out lies and expects them to believe what he says even when the truth is staring them in the face.

Read the full article here.

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Betrayal, deceit, corruption and John McCain By Ted Sampley
U.S. Veteran Dispatch
November 14, 2007

Last week, Sen. John McCain launched on fellow Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani criticizing the former New York City mayor because Bernie Kerik, police commissioner under Giuliani, was indicted and accused of fraudulent dealings.

“A president’s judgment matters and Rudy Giuliani has repeatedly placed personal loyalty over regard for the facts,” declared McCain, suggesting that Giuliani’s support of Kerik showed a serious lapse in judgment.

Kerik, 52, according to a 16-count federal indictment, received cash and gifts for lobbying regulators on behalf of a New Jersey construction and waste-management firm. Prosecutors allege that Kerik cheated on taxes and lied to investigators–including those recommending him for a cabinet-level post on behalf of President George W. Bush.

McCain has forgotten his own history of involvement with betrayal, deceit and corruption

When McCain returned to the United States in 1973 after more than five years as a prisoner of war, he found his wife was a different person. Carol McCain, once a model, had been badly injured in a car wreck in 1969. The accident “left her 4 inches shorter and on crutches, and she gained a good deal of weight.” Despite her injures, she had refused to allow her POW husband to be notified about her condition, fearing that such news would not be good for him while he was being held prisoner.

But, just a couple years later, McCain, while pondering a future in politics, met Cindy Hensley, an attractive 25-year-old woman from a very wealthy politically-connected Arizona family. While still married to Carol, McCain began an adulterous relationship with Cindy. He married Cindy in May 1980 — just a month after dumping his crippled wife and securing a divorce.

An excellent read – read more here

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John McCain is one of these people who can say anything to you with a straight face and behind the scenes be masterminding your death, or what you stand for. He can even do it with that disgusting platitude of “my friend”. When John McCain uses “my friend” in his speech that is a clear warning to you that what he is about to say to you is a lie and he is about to viciously try to pursue his agenda.

When John McCain says “my friends, I am the true Republican” then you can be absolutely sure he is saying anything, doing anything to lie and calculate his way into your blind following him. You are supposed to be so hypnotized by his war hero status that you are unable to even think of anything for yourself. You are supposed to bow under his egotistical arrogance and feel small and insignificant. This groping up to John McCain situates you in his perfect position. You are now completely ready to now believe anything and do anything to serve his purpose.

Now wake up. He is not an awesome figure over you. You are screening him to be your ultimate public servant. You are his master and you are the one who needs answers and demand answers. You are one of his future potential bosses. This man screams obscenities on the senate floor and stomps around trying to get people to conform and acquiesce to his will. Just like his communist interrogator. To him, people are just wills to be broken and lied too.

There is no doubt who ordered the “hate-Mormon” push polling. Huckabee too operates the same way. Huckabee is also jockeying for what he thinks is going to be a return favor from a man who only uses and abuses the vermin under his feet.

Huckabee himself is an extremely vindictive man. At this time, knowing full well that he has no chance of winning anything. He and his bigotry Klansmen from the South are also breaking the law by campaigning and preaching Huckabee from the Pulpit. This man receives $25,000 every time he opens his mouth to speak to a group. He also has plenty of deep-pocketed 527’s that might even be entirely responsible for doing the hideous, hate-mongering anti-Mormon push-poll and campaigning.

Jason, from MyManMitt from Race42008, says:

There is plenty of information in this video a McCain supporter could take issue with. But the mere fact remains, as evidenced by both this Youtube and the endorsements that Mitt recieved yesterday, that there are large amount of activists who really just don’t want McCain on the ticket. Should McCain not enjoy a convincing win on Tuesday, you can look forward to a more emboldened approach to his candidacy from such corners of the party. Should he have a convincing win, McCain will have an uphill battle fighting for conservative support on election day in November. It’s one thing to not have guns trained against you, it’s quite another to expect conservative groups and activists to help you out in your micro-targeting when you have negatively targeted them.

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A campaign commercial by the group, “Citizens United” calls John McCain “surprisingly liberal,” noting he voted against the Bush tax cuts twice, advocated more restrictions on gun owners, and joined Ted Kennedy to sponsor amnesty for illegal aliens.

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