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underpants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-16-07 09:46 AM
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McCain truly is an "everyman"
As we watch the campaign of John McCain disintegrate before our very eyes, while claim to be hanging around should everyone else do the same, we should feel empathy for this everyman who so exemplifies this countrys experience of the Bush years.

From a soul crushing nation-threatening defeat at all costs in 2000 McCain and many of this great nation rallying around Bush in those dark hours after the complete failure of our national security. He even provided a moment a crystallizing moment of this sudden collaboration



Time and time again McCain was faced with a decision, to continue on the present course or defy Bush and at least make a stand against what appeared to be yet another continuation of a tragedy. Every time McCain, much emblematic of many fellow Americans, pulled the lever so as not to seem like he was siding with them in the perpetuate With us or against us domestic campaign. Every time he knew better he continued to take the politically safe road, what all the experts said was the most likely not to cause trouble route and finally he must realize what almost every other man has come to grips within the end it is only Bush and his closest of cronies AND ONLY THEM who dont come out covered in shit.
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Turbineguy Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-16-07 09:52 AM
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1. Even today
he is the most qualified republican candidate, as he was in 2000. That alone should insure he has no chance of the nomination in 2008.
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lazer47 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-16-07 09:55 AM
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2. Sen McCain was told , before he started his campaign to listen
to the people he represents and not the 26% of right wing nut jobs, but he thought he new better, he wanted to walk in the footsteps of Bushco and "Dickie", well as in anything there is a price to pay, John, I may respect you for your service as a Vet, and POW, But I am glad to say you are finished, it is now time to take your little "cheese cake arm candy blond bombshell play toy" and go home and let people that are not delusional try and manage this mess you and Bush started.
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