One thing was clear tonight: McCain wants change, too!

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  1. Jon
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    He even attacked the GOP for their failures over the last few years. Clearly, the "maverick" didn't leave him after all. He's still the same old McCain that will fight for what's right, not what's popular.
     
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    Caligirl Oh yes it is too!

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    :) I've been seeing this theme as another example of him following Obama's lead.
     
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    No honey, Obama followed his lead. McCain's been doing for two decades what Obama dreams about doing now.
     
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    Watch the electoral map, it is looking pretty scary for McCain/Bush right now!:eusa_whistle:
     
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    RealClearPolitics - Electoral Map

    Sitting better than they were two weeks ago, and we still haven't seen the results of the RNC boost (or the DNC boost, :lol:).
     
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    I'll throw out the old talking point the GOP has:

    Just because it's change, doesn't always mean it's good. :)

    The republicans wouldn't be cheering for this "Maverick" if he was going against their policies. Not no way, not no how.
     
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    Caligirl Oh yes it is too!

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    Hunh, I thought he was running on experience before. Wonder where I got that idea. <scratch head>
     
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    LMAO!

    I'm for change too!

    Elect Republicans, to change the corruption and incompetence of Republican-led government in Washington!
     
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    No, elect a person who's fought corruption his entire political career to lead the attack on corruption in Washington, not the guy who's just talked about it for 18 months.
     
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    exactly right Cali!

    the only change I see in McCain's future is to his depends :eusa_shifty:
     

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