Saturday, September 27, 2008

I could do without the language, but I do appreciate the sentiment

Right Wing Rocker says what many of us are feeling:
President McCain will not be able to truly win that title if he keeps this sh*t up. This campaign is going to be won by the candidate that does and says the fewest stupid things, and Oblahma is scr*w*ng up royally.

But when the amnesty bells toll, both candidates are on the same page and dead wrong, so why even bring the issue up? This is what I mean, Senator McSh*tbag, when I say you will win this hands down if you just keep your monkey-trap shut and let your opponent make all the mistakes. This was a major blunder on your part.

In all honesty, though, this isn't anywhere near a big enough deal to lose, since everyone already pretty much knows President McCain is pro-amnesty. His position pretty much matches his opponent's, so why not just let Oblahma be the one to remind everyone he's wrong? ...

Would be nice to see both candidates go down in a puff of smoke and have a conservative win, wouldn't you say?
It would be nice. There are a lot of problems with Republicanism and so-called "conservatism" these days, but all these problems have a common root: a willingness to trade principle for the promise of political gain. Ronald Reagan said: "Evil is powerless if the Good are unafraid." Not "... if the Good hide behind the guy who polls best with so-called "independents" and the media elites". I'm pretty well committed to voting for McCain, because the alternative will certainly be socialism, if not outright communism. But the fact that he is the best choice available says something damning about the state of conservatism today.

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