Discussion in 'Congress' started by Orange_Juice, Sep 18, 2008.
So refreshing! McCain pledges to end greed! And I believe him!
Too bad he didn't tell that to his chief whiner Economic Advixor, Fill Graham when he snuck in his deregulation crap back in 1996.
We have laws to stop the low rent criminal, but you can't have laws and regualtions to stop the CEO criminal. They will always do the right$$$$ thing.
John sometimes speaks with forked tongue. If he is really a reformer (he stole this from Obama) he needs to run as an independent since his party is what made the mess what needs reform.
Analysis: McCain leads a dual life as powerbroker - Yahoo! News
And of course you have no source to back up the usual baseless claim?
I find it so hilarious that the poor uneducated gullible hillbilly americans believe Republican leaders who have nothing but utter contempt for them.
Cutting the super rich's taxes is really a sign that the elderly midget with the poise and the presence of a tired tortoise... is against greed.
Expect also nothing but another $trillion on a joke defence policy.
Palin also said that she is confident she will be ready ...about 100times ...by january ...with regards to foreign policy.
I really believe her.
She also said ... that she and McCain are "ready to serve"..
and i really believe her.
I believe everything that they say... I also believe in the war on terror.
I believe in the bible..every single word.
I believe in WMDs in Iraq... they are behind saddams wardrobe.. i believe that.
Obama promises to end war, poverty, and disease and everyone was quick to jump on that train.
Let's face it, whichever candidate wins, they're walking into a mess, and I don't see either winning a second term.
McCain won't make it to the end of his first term. He sounds punch drunk now.
And a palace coup will probably get rid of him anyway to place Moosecunt on the throne
Neither kings nor dictators or even politicians and presidents can end greed anymore than they can end hate or legislate love.
The one thing they can't take away, even with prison, is our personal attitude. To be 'greedy' is a personal choice, one which is as definable as 'beauty' and 'ugly'.
If McCain actually said that in the context that your post implies, he is a fool.
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