John McCain Needs To GO AWAY!!!

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    I am SICK TO TEARS of hearing about this LIBERAL McCain thinking he wants to be president, and that people think he can get the republican nomination. NO, NO, NO!!! McCain is a stinking LIBERAL in CONSERVATIVE clothing. He is NOT, nor will he EVER be, the republican nominee for president.

    McCain... take it from a hard line conservative, GO AWAY, YOU ARE NOT GOING TO BE THE REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR PRESIDENT... WE DON'T WANT YOU, YOU STINKING LIBERAL!!!
     
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    He wont. he is too full of himself.
     
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    If he does, he will be the president. People want a liberal in power, but they do not want to feel guilty, so they elect repubes that vote liberal.
     
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    If it's McCain and Romney in the primary, McCain doesn't have much of a chance to get the nomination. Further, McCain really doesn't have much of a chance at all among a field of conservatives vying for the GOP nomination.

    However, if Rudy Giuliani runs, McCain's chances improve. Rudy is so much more liberal than McCain, it will make McCain look a bit more attractive to conservative primary voters.
     
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    I don't really think the guy that shut down free expression in NYC as particularly liberal.

    Despite the "fame" he managed for himself in the wake of 9/11, he has a snowball's chance in hell to make a nomination, at least until he is elected Gov. of NY. - then a run is a "real" thing.

    McCain is a possible nom, I suppose, but his voting record and overall view point is a bit disjointed (not that that stopped Bush...)

    My *fear* is that the enormous mismanagement by Bush and co. will open the door for a Dem like Hillary, and that is really frightening.

    CL
     
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    Yeah, but facts like those didn't stop you guys from giving us 6 years of Bush.

    ***edit: used to be "8 years of bush" got a little ahead of myself ;)***
     
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    im guessing there are going to be atleast 7 or so candidate on each side by the way we look at it.
     
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    McCain doesn't come close to voting "liberal". And since he cozied up to the extreme right, it's unlikely he'd get any crossover or true social moderates. (That's not to say I don't think he can win if he gets the nod). But according to this he's a moderate conservative based on his voting record. I think the problem is people are so used to extremists that they've forgotten what moderate is.

    http://www.ontheissues.org/John_McCain.htm
     
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    Like it or not, McCain is a going to be a front runner for President. He may be too liberal for some, too conservative for others, but one thing he is definately is a good (and as far as we know not corrupt) leader. I have no doubts that Hitlery will be getting the Dem nomination, and if thats the case the Republicans will need a popular and familiar face to even compete since she will draw an enormous amount of women voters. You'd be surprised how many idiots there are in this country that will vote for someone soley based on their gender or race.
     
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    Trust me he wont be the front runner. He has no chance of getting the nomination and I dont think Hiltlery will either.
     

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