Senator McCain has earned my vote..........

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    I have decided that I will be voting for McCain for President in the primaries and the general election.

    I have been a supporter of his for years and the only reason I decided I wasn’t going to vote for him and vote for Duncan Hunter, Tom Tancredo or Rudy Giuliani was his support for the Kennedy Amnesty Bill. Unfortunately what the media printed regarding this bill and Senator McCain’s stance was not correct and I am sure rival campaigns had a part to play with that. McCain does not support Amnesty in now way, shape or form. He entered into the bill writing process to at least get a compromise since the Democrats were really going to screw us as usual. He got the parts about a stronger verification, a boarder fence and more boarder agents and law enforcement dedicated to tracking and arresting illegals.

    Senator McCain has done a lot for this country, even before he was elected to the Senate. If everyone remembers that he is a decorated veteran, a war hero and was a POW held for over 5 years being tortured ever single day of that period. He is a hero in every sense of the word.

    Senator McCain has made some very important promises that I know he can keep.

    His main promise is that he will either capture or kill Osama Bin Laden. I think he has the best chance out of all the candidates because of his distinguished service record. He is a decorated military officer and leader. He has the strategic knowledge and experience that the other candidates don’t have. Besides the Clinton’s already have had the chance to get Bin Laden but they royally screwed that up because Bill Clinton was and is a coward.

    Senator McCain Clintons have already had the chance. Military experience.

    I also think that Senator McCain is the best chance we have of taking out the Liberals in this election. Giuliani will lose a lot of Republican votes (either they wont vote or will vote for his opponent or write a name in) because of his stance on Abortion and Guns. Multiple Choice Mitt flips more then a pancake and his religion are going to hurt him and not to mention he is a liar and a hypocrite. Hucklebee and Paul don’t stand a chance. Hucklebee’s position on giving Illegal’s scholarships and his weak stance on High Risk Sex Offenders is a dangerous position and Paul is just nuts and the majority of people realize that. Unfortunately Hunter and Tancredo don’t have the recognition to beat Hillary although they are awesome candidates.

    Ideally I would love to see Senator McCain and Duncan Hunter on the same ticket, I think they would be unstoppable.
     
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    so, did anyone ever figureout if it was the Mccain camp or Rudy's that was behind the anti-mormon push polling in Iowa?
     
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    That would be Rudy and Ron Paul. Ron Paul has been push polling from the beginning. His first target was Tancredo.
     
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    do you have a source for that?
     
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    well you are certainly free to support whomever you want. But McCain is going to need more than two supporters to win.
     
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    And Romney is going to need more support then that of the members of the LDS Cult err church.
     
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    My question is ... first it was Guliani, then whoever, now McCain. When are you going to join the Democrat Party?

    They DO need you.
     
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    His analysis is actually pretty good. Giuliani will be a problem for the religious sorts even with the Robertson endorsement. Plus, the new things coming out about his company doing security for terrorists will undermine him terriblly. And all the frontrunners have issues where the illegals are concerned (although that's a non-issue on the dem side of the aisle, really). I think at some point, they'll remember that, like Romney, before he started sucking up to the religious right, McCain was pro-choice.
     
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    hehehehehehHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    krikey!
     
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    naww.. I think we're good this time around.. thanks though!
     

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