Thursday, January 31, 2008

Straight talk, indeed!
As I peruse the various blogs that have decided to support Mitt, I'm seeing a rather bitter streak of McCain supporters leaving comments referring to us as "stupid babies," and to "get over it." While this is classy, the party-line "Rs" have to understand that while politics is a fun game, the results ultimately have consequences. The only way to counter the impending liberal presidency (whether it is McCain, Clinton, or Obama) will be to elect a conservative Congress. That being said, even if you see no point in attempting to discern the differences in opinion of Hillary or John, and refuse to make a vote based on this ambiguity, please vote anyway for the conservative running for congress in your district. This may be the only way we can keep the 2 headed liberal monster from taking the little we have left.

McCain, Schwartznegger, Giuliani, the New York Times. If that's not enough, please research his record.

For those who enjoy labeling and calling names as opposed to policy discussion and reasoned argument, understand that none of this will win me over to your side. If McCain had any sort of internal compass that directed him which was not related to political expediency, I'd have to give him further consideration.

Update (Same Day):

A little insight into McCain's judicial nominating thought process.

Also, regarding the Senator's immigration bill.


Comments on "Straight talk, indeed!"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:49 PM) : 

grow up chuck


Blogger Jim said ... (9:35 PM) : 

Toot Toot. The Straight Talk Express is rolling now. Jump on board Chuck. Come join us. If a 72 year old man is elected as a war time president, chances are that he won't serve 2 terms. Let's make sure we get a convervative VP who can be the defacto Republican front runner in 2012. You can sit it out if you want. But when Hillary garnishes your wages when you decline government run health insurance don't say I didn't warn you.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:28 PM) :


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