Wednesday, October 03, 2007

John McCain't, Slippery Senator

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) is a living paragon of P.O.W. courage and patriotism. For his service to our country as a navy pilot we are indebted. Only Arizona citizens may judge his service to their state.

McCain's inexcusable connection to the Lincoln Savings and Loan Association the S&L industry's Keating Five, and subsequent co-sponsorship of self-serving legislation such as the McCain-Feingold Campaign Finance Reform Bill, former support for legalizing illegal aliens, and being considered for John Kerry's running mate in 2004, raise important questions of personal integrity. The man appears to be a RINO. John McCain't a Republican.

As an independent voter, I only vote for those who do not attempt to hide what are obvious faults that voters may consistently expect from them. Sometimes even a Democrat lawyer has been more truthful (e.g. Sen. Lieberman), sometimes it is a Republican (Newt), or minor party candidate (Perot) entitled to my vote.

John McCain has often proven that he is really John McCain't. He reinforces his slippery approach almost daily: McCain Backs Off Clinton Critique
CAMDEN, S.C. (AP) - Republican presidential candidate John McCain has decided not to assail Democratic rival Hillary Rodham Clinton for her stance on the Iraq War in a speech Wednesday at a military prep school. On Tuesday, McCain's campaign released excerpts of his speech at Camden Military Academy in which the Arizona senator accuses Clinton of indecisiveness, arguing that won't work for a post-Sept. 11 commander in chief.
Thank you, Senator McCain, thinking voters will need no more surprise examples from you.

Some call you a maverick. Your style is not that complicated. You meet the standard for a very slippery politician. As a future president you simply McCain't get my vote.



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