Here’s the short list, a taste, of potential political problems for McCain:
Confessing to the Enemy – John Kerry was destroyed telling the American people what he thought of Vietnam 30 years ago, McCain actually confessed to the enemy. The Swift Boating of John Kerry opened the door to the Swift Boating of John McCain.
McCain- Feingold Campaign Finance Reform– Not popular with his own party. He also has a few other problems, marrying the heir to United Liquor doesn’t fair well with many on the right.
Cindy McCain, John’s wife, won’t release her tax returns – They have filed Separately for 28 years. So what are they hiding? First Lady Hillary Clinton is probably wishing she would have done the same.
Cindy Divests $2 Million in Sudan-Related Holdings
McCain’s Religion – From Episcopalian to Baptist. Though McCain attends the North Phoenix Baptist Church in Arizona, when he’s in town, he has never been baptized in the church. In order to be a Baptist it is essential to actually undergo baptism. Then there’s the anti-Catholic Rev. John “The Great Whore” Hagee
McCain’s Mob Ties
McCain’s Bad Temper
McCain says he’s Too Old
a very nervous McCain
McCain’s Health – McCain refuses to give up the “socialized” government health care plan provided to him courtesy of the US tax payers. Because he has several pre-conditioned illnesses, including cancer, the plan John McCain proposes would NOT accept him. Where does that leave you?
The beginning introduction is painfully long, but this is very interesting
Vietnam Veterans Against McCain
McCain supports the terrorists
Book:McCain temper boiled over in ’92 tirade, called wife a ‘c**t’
canceled fund raiser
“The Texan, Republican Clayton Williams, made the joke during his failed campaign against Democrat Ann Richards. Williams compared rape to the weather, saying, “As long as it’s inevitable, you might as well lie back and enjoy it.” He also compared Richards to the cattle on his ranch, saying he would “head her and hoof her and drag her through the dirt.”
what kind of people does this guy know?
Vet Challenges John McCain on Vet Voting Record
McCain Connected to Enron and Big Oil
McCain can’t get a break
McCain + Bush = McBush
McCain Hates the Troops
disclaimer: as the NRA would say…. “need ammunitions?”
there’s plenty here with ample reasons not to elect John McCain. This doesn’t mean I support Obama. On the contrary, search this blog and you’ll find just as many reasons NOT to vote or elect him either. No need to tell me a third party hasn’t a chance, because I know the odds. Still, I hope that the American people will wake up to the crap spoon feed to us daily by the corporate MSM, I also hope that the 100k people who don’t even bother to vote will realize the power they actually have regrading this election. There comes a time when you have to step away from your fears and take a stand. Look closely, there is no difference between Obama and McCain they are both bought and sold by corporate interests who care not for you. I encourage you to vote or write in a third party, don’t be afraid send a message of no confidence this November, make your vote sacred again.
McCain Adviser Was Lobbyist for Georgia
John McCain’s top foreign-policy adviser, Randy Scheunemann, is a leading expert on U.S.-allied Georgia — and was a paid lobbyist for the former Soviet republic until March, in the run-up to what has become a major battle between Georgia and Russia.
Democratic rival Barack Obama’s presidential campaign was quick to try to paint Mr. Scheunemann’s dual roles as a conflict of interest after Sen. McCain swiftly took Georgia’s side in the dispute, and cited it as evidence that Sen. McCain is “ensconced in a lobbyist culture,” as Obama spokesman Hari Sevugan told reporters over the weekend.
But given the rapid escalation of the fighting, and the fact that Georgia is being viewed as a victim of its neighbor’s aggression, Mr. Scheunemann’s ties to the small nation and its pro-Western Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili may look less like a weakness and more like a strength in the first foreign-policy crisis of the general election campaign.
how many homes?
it ain’t much, but we call it home
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