Thursday, January 24, 2008

McCain vs Clinton?

McCain vs Clinton? That's not a choice that is a ticket!

John McCain must not get the GOP nomination. He's not the solution, he's part of the problem. This is a man who's been entrenched in D.C. for the last 30+ years. He's been on the wrong side of so many issues I don't have enough time or space to list them all. Most notably Illegal Immigration/Amnesty. Several newspapers in Florida have endorsed McCain including the Orlando Sentinel. That should tell you everything you need to know. The question you need to ask yourself is who is best suited to defeat him? Rudy or Mitt? You decide! God help us all if McCain wins Florida.



By the way did you see who was walking hand in hand with McCain when he was in Orlando the other day? Why Rich Crotty of course, another reason not to vote for McCain.

John McCain, MulticulturalistImmigration is just one problem.
By Mark Krikorian at NRO

We all know John McCain is terrible on immigration. For years he held America’s sovereignty and security hostage to amnesty and increased immigration, and his newfound support for “enforcement first” is so insubstantial and transparently insincere that it insults our intelligence. He’s so bad that Americans for Better Immigration ranks his performance in office as the worst of all the presidential candidates — including Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. (See the GOP grid here and the Democratic one here.) And as Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation has pointed out, passage of McCain’s bill “would represent the largest expansion of the welfare state in 30 years.”

But his support for de facto open borders is merely one manifestation of a larger problem — John McCain is a multiculturalist. Read the rest HERE

13 Comments:

At 11:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I always wait until the Sentinel gives their endorsement's; than vote for someone they didn't endorse. It's Romney for me. Maybe Rudy will hang around and run for Mayor of Orlando. He couldn't get enough votes to be elected Governor of FL, so he just might be able to beat Buddy Dyer. That would be an interesting debate.

 
At 11:09 AM, OpenID iReachable said...

You can take sides here and check the your side tally here:

http:/www.ireachable.com/vote

 
At 11:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My theory is the Democrat voters are so disgusted with the 3 ass clowns running, they are backing the true Democrat John McCain. Now if they are polling strictly Republican voters, that will be voting in the Fl primaries on 29 January. This country is in big trouble! No Republican in their right mind would vote for McCain. Something is fishy with these poll number's.

 
At 12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm waiting for "my friend" Mel Martinez to make his endorsement before I decide...

With Congress's approval rating at or below 11%, how can a sitting Senator get more than 11%, in a Presidential primary when he is part of the reason it is that low?

 
At 12:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

They better put a block on the November ballot to check "none of the above". Otherwise, the lawyers are going to be running all over, protesting "undervotes", and "machine errors". I'm not voting for either of these two if they are the only choices, and will leave my Presidential choices blank, otherwise.

 
At 1:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rassmussen's Florida Primary Poll dated 24 January. Romney 27%; McCain 23%; Giuliani 20%. McCain's support is over age 65; they probably voted already absentee, or early voting. So we need a large turnout of younger voters that polls show support Romney.

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/
politics/election_20082/2008_presidential_election/
florida/election_2008_florida_republican_primary

 
At 5:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If McCain's support is primarily voters over age 65, and it was a phone poll, that's probably most of the people they polled, and the results are flawed. People over 65 are mostly the only people still using a land line. The younger generation use cell phones, and I doubt they are polling cell phones? So theorectically Romney's numbers are probably higher? Does that make sense? I'm left handed, so maybe not..

 
At 7:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any bets that John McCain's head will explode at the 9:00 PM debates tonight on MSNBC?

 
At 8:28 AM, Blogger Winston Smith said...

Hey Pat:

"The Study of Revenge" blog has been deleted and I'm wondering if the Islamists had a hand in it?

I know they did get Google to label it a "hate" website.

--Your Mate at the Ministry of Truth, Winston Smith

 
At 10:44 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, McCain even has the other RINO's in the Republican party supporting him! ie: Trent Lott, Jsck Kemp, Lindsey Graham, Susan Collins, Lincoln Diaz-Ballert, etc.

 
At 8:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who cares about these useless polls. Just wait a few days and see the results. Whatever candidate the Rebooblicans chose he's gonna lose to the Deomocrats. George W Bush destroyed the GOP and they won't be back for awhile.

 
At 2:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only thing that can stop McCain is Romney with all his money "buying" the nomination. Rudy is done after the the Florida vote comes in.

 
At 10:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Mayor of NYC, Bloomberg, a liberal Republican Independent is going to throw his money in the ring in March. Than all these yankee's can fight it out. Kinda like playing craps in Vegas this politics, isn't it?

 

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