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Monday, March 24, 2008

Summing up conservative support for John McCain...

... in a single bumper sticker.



'Nuff said.

5 comments:

mkfreeberg said...

Ah yes, the weighing of the feelings. Meanwhile, when it's time for the hen to ask herself what can she count on the rooster to do, the answer comes back "not much." Non-issue? Maybe. Hope so. But...smart money says she'll be let down again.

Kind of like Hillary letting Bill back in the marital bed, come to think of it.

Angry White Guy said...

Sorry, I don't hate my country enough to actively put McCain in charge of it...

KurtP said...

Yep, vote for John McCain!
Show the RNC that as long as they put someone up who "isn't quite as bad" as the Dems- they have the votes.

Kinda like the Dems and Blacks- isn't it?

Anonymous said...

I can't stand the fact that JM is our nominee. But in the end he'll be better on the Oval Office than Barack or Hillary. So he gets my vote. It will hurt to pull the lever for him. But I'll do it anyway.

mkfreeberg said...

This is the cause of a deep split going on right now. I find it interesting that the ones getting in my face, urging me to climb on the "hold your nose" bandwagon, are former liberals who become conservatives soon after 9/11/01.

The acknowledge that yes, a Hillary or Obama administration is a natural consequence of this country's unexplained shift to the left this cycle. But the tough-love has to wait. It's GOT TO. The terrorism is too important.

It kind of hurts that I agree with every point they have to make, right up until it's time to punch the chad. They ARE right. This is a critically important decision the country has to make. But you can see from these three democrats running for prez...the country just isn't willing to make it. The "New Peanut Farmer" is therefore a certainty at this point. The only thing left to do is to write-in a silly name, await the inevitable, and hope to God we don't get a "New Ayatollah Khomenei" out of the deal.

Which...we probably will...and they'll blame the Republicans for it.

It would be so funny if it came without cost: Ever since the USS Maine was sunk, wars have been started by failed liberal policies and then blamed on conservatives, successfully. We never learn.