"He is not the McCain I endorsed"

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    Former governor Milliken backs away from McCain - Grand Rapids News - The Grand Rapids Press Online - Michigan Newspaper - MLive.com
     
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    It's getting to be a big club.

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    McCain's attacks fuel dangerous hatred -- baltimoresun.com
     
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    It seems that the right is having a much more negative reaction to McCain's campaign tactics.

    The left just sees it as more of the same ole bullshit.

    It's not something that surprises most of us I'd say.

    I think not only is McCain driving away independents, he's driving away all but those on the most outter fringe of his own party.
     
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    I am totally happy that the right is having problems with McCain's campaign tactics. I didn't think anyone could be more negative than Bush and his cronies (insinuating over and over again that people that disagreed with them hated America) so it's encouraging to see them start to come to their senses.
     
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    Whoever is running his campaign should be kept on to keep on doing such a good job.:eusa_angel:
     
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    Seems even the Republicans want Obama to win! They don't think McCain is conservative enough to represent their party. I mean are people really supposed to be so concerned about the Democrats and their spending??? :rofl:
     
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    Obama's Intrade contract is up to 78.5, seems like it adds a point everytime they bring up Ayers. Obvious attempt to move the discussion away from Mac's weakness on economic issues, and no one's buying, including the people betting on the outcome of this election.
     
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    of course no one is buying Swing. Why? because most people are smart enough to know that EVERY politician has less than savory people in their circle. McCain is no choir boy himself.

    It looks completely ridiculous to bring up these claims when McCain has the history he has.
     
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    I consider myself to be right leaning, and John McCain turns my stomach.
     

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