Discussion in 'Congress' started by Ninja, Sep 27, 2008.
What do you guys think? Will it be effective?
If the point is to show McCain as a typically nasty politician of the late 20th century... Mission Accomplished!
Seriously? I don't think it will sway any truly undecided voters either way. Waste of money.
Funding troops is one of the big reasons Kerry got rolled back on his heels.
It's what ultimately lead to his lame, "I was for it before I was against it" defense.
Optomism on Iraq is trending upwards.
Amerians don't like a coach who forfeits in the middle of a winning streak.
Not really cuz McCain voted against funding too as Obama pointed out.. it was a question of timeline disagreements not about funding the troops
I've said it before, I will say it again. McCain has Viet Nam imbedded in his brain, and is never going to get over it. It's sad ... but it is the truth.
So, folks ... if you are ready for 4 more years, possibly eight, of war. Then McCain is your man. It's as simple as that.
Nice spin except:
McCain believes in the mission and its successful outcome.
if he votes against a particular bill it's because it's polluted.
Obama can't make that claim because he wants to surrender to a beaten enemy who has no possible way of winning except if liberals like you and Obama GIVE them their victory.
I find it incredibly disgusting that McCain continue to run attack ads instead of talking about what HE WILL do for this country....
He does this because we already know what he'll do... more of the same
So is pessimism on nasty politicians. Shall we call it a draw?
More tax cuts?
More dead jihadis?
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