Tuesday, February 05, 2008

McMaverick poised to destroy the GOP

I just came across one of the best David Limbaugh articles I've ever read. It's like Ann Coulter with more eloquence.
If I'm a paid staffer for McCain or a high-school debater forced to take the affirmative side of the proposition that McCain is a conservative, I can make a colorable case -- intellectual honesty be damned -- that he's a conservative. But I am under no such constraints.

Getting 50 endorsements from well-placed Republican officials or even respected conservatives doesn't make McCain conservative. Being a conservative makes one a conservative. I bet, truth be told, McCain can't even stand the word.
AMEN!!! Read the article!


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Blogger Poindexter P. Parkenfarker said...

We all know McCain is a moderate.
We know that there is modulation in his viewpoints.
However, if he gets the GOP nod as it seems that he might, then we need to back him.

The alternative is either Billary or Obama. Both are Marxists who seek to redistribute our hard earned wealth, register and confiscate certain firearms, limit religious freedom, and both want change; spare somw change? that is the Democrat's new message.

"Spare some change...?"

11:59 PM, February 07, 2008  
Blogger Mark said...

I'm going to have to play devil's advocate:

McCain didn't support tax-cuts because they gave to much to the rich

McCain is not pro-second amendment.

McCain has a record of tampering with the first amendment, which is the seat of our religious freedoms.

I don't see the difference here.

12:53 AM, February 08, 2008  
Blogger Nathan said...

Has Romney really suspended his campaign? If so, that makes it McCain vs. Paul. Comments?

5:26 PM, February 10, 2008  

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