Sunday, November 12, 2006
John McCain ... A Traitorous Scum For President
The following is an ABC "news" article. It is one of 1000s of fluff pieces we are about to be drowned in as the MSM tries to convince the Republican base that our only hope is John "Traitor" McCain for a chance at the Presidency. Now mind you not one of them will vote for him, they are all committed to Hillary. They do think that he is the only Republican worth OUR votes though, because of course he is a Liberal, and therefore should be any intelligent Republicans choice. However since we may be too backward to understand that, they will make sure that they prop him up and do their best to destroy any other Republican that runs against him as best they can. All of course for our education and benefit.
EXCLUSIVE: McCain Begins Preliminary White House Run
By JAKE TAPPER and AVERY MILLER
Nov. 10, 2006 — His party may have taken "a thumpin'," in the words of President Bush, but ABC News has learned that Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and his political team have decided it's full steam ahead for his 2008 presidential campaign though he has yet to make the final, official decision. (Bullshit he's been campaigning for 2 years already)
Sources close to McCain say on Wednesday in Phoenix, he and a half dozen of his top aides huddled and decided to proceed more formally with his quest for the White House.
McCain told ABC News that his team will continue to meet and "go through the process of decision making." But, he added, "I certainly haven't made any decision." (LOL)
A presidential exploratory committee is expected to be set up this month — perhaps as early as next week. (in other words it was setup long ago)
McCain's official, final decision will likely not come until after the Christmas holidays, after he's had a chance to talk it over with his wife, Cindy. (Do you think she could stop him?)
Among his seven children, Jimmy is at boot camp at Camp Pendleton; Jack is at the Naval Academy; and daughter Megan is in her senior year at Columbia University.
In the meantime, McCain's team is exploring office space in Virginia, hiring staff and building infrastructure in key early-primary states such as Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. (but he hasn't decided yet)
Strategy Could Target Swing Voters, Bipartisan Issues
Despite Republican losses of the House and Senate, McCain sees encouraging signs for his personal quest. (He's delusional)
Independent voters were the key swing voters in this election, going overwhelmingly for Democrats. And that could be a voting pool he would tap into. (he beter hope so because NO Conservatives are going to vote for him)
"No question. I think voters said they want independence, they want bipartisanship, and they want a voice of moral authority on Iraq, and John McCain is all three," said former Bush adviser Mark McKinnon, who worked on the 2004 campaign. (another Idiot)
"I've always been popular with independents," McCain said. "But I don't know [how] independents feel right now from what I see they are kind of unhappy." (no where near as un-happy as the Republican base would be if they have to swallow you as our standard bearer)
Republicans will want to focus on winning them back, and according to polls, McCain is more popular with them than he is with conservative Republicans. (gee no kidding)
In exit polls, Republican voters expressed disappointment with their party on the issues of fiscal restraint and government ethics, issues McCain has tried to make his signature. (Bullshit)
"A lot of people look at the Republican Congress and say the problem is they only took half measures of which McCain wanted to do in full measure," McKinnon said. (more Bullshit)
He said McCain has been a "leader for years" in those areas. (LOL)
"All the relevant issues in the Congress now — spending reform, ethics reform — are issues that John McCain has been talking about for a long time," he said.
Why would McCain start his campaign so early? (he started the first day after the 04 election)
For one, The race is wide open — with no president or vice president running for the first time in 80 years.
Already Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., and Democratic Gov. Tom Vilsack of Iowa have announced their intentions.
The race also looks to be expensive. In 2004, President Bush spent more than $345 million on his campaign.
Though he's considered his party's front-runner, McCain faces some considerable hurdles. (yeah like being totaly un-electable)
Having turned 70 in August, he would be the oldest U.S. president to get elected. And he faces at least one strong challenger within the party, Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, and others in the seemingly ascendant Democratic Party, such as Sens. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., and Barack Obama, D-Ill. (and any other Republican that runs against him in the primaries)
Moreover, McCain has yet to resolve the problems he's had with the Republican Party's conservative base. (who just happen to decide who gets the nomination)
"He has a problem with pro-lifers on judges. He … became very hostile to the Second Amendment community and supportive of gun control. He has a problem with the economic conservatives because he's been bad on taxes for six years now," said longtime critic Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, which includes individuals and businesses opposed to higher taxes. (Norquist is a source I wouldn't quote for anything but on this he's correct)
"Conservatives who care about the tax issue are very concerned that he opposed Bush's tax cuts," Norquist said.
McCain has tried to combat that with goodwill. He appeared at 346 events for Republican candidates this election cycle and was said to be the most requested speaker for GOP candidates. (just trying to keep his face in front of every camera he can find)
"He's built a base across the country, and unlike [in] 2000, John McCain will run a 50-state strategy," McKinnon said. (his base will vote for Hillary)
While emphasizing more bipartisan issues such as campaign finance reform and a patients' bill of rights early in the Bush presidency, McCain has more recently strongly supported the war in Iraq. (woopdeeedoo)
He may very well be the only serious presidential contender calling for more troops to go to Iraq. (Bullshit)
While he opposes a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, he supported such an effort in his state — an effort that failed.
McCain has also attempted to reach out to conservative evangelical leaders, as he did with the Rev. Jerry Falwell earlier this year. (good luck LOL)
Appealing to those conservatives while keeping the independents so important to his party's 2008 hopes may pose a considerable challenge. (he can't do it)
ABC News' Ed O'Keefe, Mark Halperin and Teddy Davis contributed to this report.
The Following are some of my opinions of John "The Traitorous Scum" McCain
To use John McCain the Traitorous Scums words "We've been in wars more Dangerous than this and have not changed the Geneva Conventions" He said that on This Week with Stephanopolis. Really Senator what war was more dangerous than the one we are in now? WWI, WWII, or Korea? Oh I know Vietnam right Senator. This shows McCains total lack of even being able to wrap what little mind he has around the dangers we now face.
3000 Americans died in the continental US from an enemy attack. That has NOT happened since the revolutionary war. There are over 1000 KNOWN terrorist cells inside the US right now. We have NO idea how many sleeper cells. A single dispersment of a biological weapon by one man could kill 100s of thousands, a dirty bomb or a nuke could kill millions, or lets be more benign how long before Iran activates any of these cells to just strap suicide belts on and go take a ride on the subway. So tell me Senator enlighten the masses what war was more dangerous than the one we are currently fighting?
I call Senator McCain "the traitorous scum" every time I hear his name. I do this for an honest reason. Amendment I... Congress shall make NO LAW respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or of the people to peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. The Senator betrayed the Constitution by creating a law that violates both the highlited aspects above of the first amendment. He has also said "I would gladly do away with the First Amendment if I thought it would help end corruption in Government" those two things alone make him a traitor to the very document that he has sworn to uphold and protect.
People always qualify any criticism of the Senator with "He is hero for his service in Vietnam, he was a POW". Well lets look at that. Being a failure as a fighter pilot and getting yourself shot down does NOT make you a hero. It makes you a failure and a POW. Then breaking under the torture administered to you by a signature of "The Geneva Conventions" and signing war crimes confessions, also does not make you a hero. It makes you a traitor and a failure as a Soldier in the US Military.
The Press wants McCain and Hillary, their Dream ticket would be them both. This Man is the second biggest threat that the country faces behind Hillary. He is a THREAT to the Constitution and a true Meglomaniac. The only way I will ever vote for this man is if it is him against the Hildabeast. We as Conservatives MUST NEVER allow that to be our choice. It is not a choice, either pick is a Death Sentence for all of us as Americans.