John McCain ran for president twice, and both times he was beaten by George W. Bush. Should the Arizona senator look inward--and he doesn't strike me as the type--he should second guess his idiotic pledge to take federal campaign subsidies (and the strings limiting his campaign spending) and his "me too" approach to the banker bailout that further tethered him to Bush, disallowed separation between him and Obama, and put him on the side of power against the people. Barack Obama proves the truth of the old axiom: ninety percent of life is just showing up. That's all a Democrat needed to do this year.
Amen brother Flynn. Its a total truth that McCain played the "lack of separation game" and got beat doing it.He likes to project himself as the objective middle of the roader (sort of like O'Reilly on tv). Its bogus and very narcissistic. He was a seeker of everyones love and respect and ended up looking like an ass. The bailout thing was just so much gas. Bail out is going to be the name of the game for the next 4 years. I know I will be bailng out the deadbeats. Wasn't Obama a spokesman for them? Or is that agitator?
Just saw Obama win. I don't want to be cynical about him, but I'm a bit worried. But I've just been thinking. I mean, honestly, is conservatism now dead?
A bit worried Jack? You should be very worried.
Batman wrote accurately in an earlier post:
"Why would he want to abandon his friends? 1) He still agrees with them; 2) the media doesn't give a damn about it; 3) his suppoorters don't care and are aplogists for Ayers; 4) the general public is ignorant of why it matters who he identifies with . . . should I continue?"
I have today lost faith in the American people. Knowing what they knew about this phoney they still came out in droves and voted for him.
This is what 30 years of liberal indoctrination through our government public school systems has produced.
Makes Bill Ayers look like a pretty smart Communist today.