rain in mccain


One of the most amazing political stories of the last year is how hard John McCain fought to keep his seat in the Senate.

Arizonians were amazed at the media blitz of nasty spots, not just negative advertising. Herman Goering would be proud of the way McCain brought down J.D. Hayworth. So would the National Wrestling Alliance.

We are all thinking why didn’t he fight like that for the Presidency?

Now I have to go to the polls in November thinking “He’s a war hero. He’s a war hero…the commies tortured him for five and half years…he was Jimmy Cagney…a tough guy…war hero…”

But he did say the commies broke him. Even though he never gave in to their demands.

Will he go back to giving into the endless demands of the American Left?

He might throw in with the new conservative movement. It wouldn’t hurt to have an old soldier in the Senate. The endless battles in Washington could be made irrelevant by larger issues of the economy and war. Others can deal with the former but the later is McCain territory. I would prefer a fresh crop of conservatives including some with combat experience in the Global War On Terror, but Big John must see where we are now as a nation. It’s do or die time.

2 Responses to “rain in mccain”

  1. Sorry about your lack of choice.

    It’s kind of a redo of our failed primaries of 2008, isn’t it?
    All the ones we wanted got knocked off before the other 50% could vote for them.

    • Hey Kurt! (You’re like an old friend, I don’t ever see them either.)

      Mr. Campaign Reform spent 17 million. Much of it coming from his campaign chest (I’m not just talking about Cindy, but the Palin/McCain money).

      He bought the election fair and square.

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