Factcheck.org: Yes, its true McCain votes with Bush 95% of the time

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    Politics is partisan. :gives:
     
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    Considering the fact that Bush is one of the worst Presidents for refusing to veto any bill that crosses his desk, and since Democrats control both houses of Congress -that means no bill reached Bush's desk that the overwhelming majority of Democrats didn't also approve first. Obama didn't buck his party on this stuff -not even once.

    Wouldn't that mean that Obama actually voted close to a 100% of the time with everything Bush signed? LOL
     
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    Seeing Bush is one of our better POTUSs I see no problem in this. Good for McCain.
     
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    So factcheck is a good source when it is something about Bush or the Republicans that can help the dems but when it states none of the stories about Palin are true it is some how biased?
     
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    John McCain used to have integrity.

    He gave it up when he lost in 2000.

    Since then he has been a lyin sack of s***.
     
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    Neither of the two 'major' parties are credible, and their blind followers as well. May as well vote green since they won't win and it won't matter which of the other two do.
     
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    At least McCain once had integrity. Obama never did, and never will.
     
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    I was going to side with McCain, until he picked the scary freak for a VP. Biden with Obama balances them out, I love honesty but Obama's ideals are too out there for me and too unorganized.
     
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    Eh, I don't mind a lot of Palin's views. They're a bit extreme, but so are Obama's. Palin's not running for President, Obama is. I also know that a lot of Palin's extreme ideas would never be voted into laws, while Obama's could be.
     

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