Let McCain be McCain again

Posted Wednesday, July 30, 2008, at 10:01 AM
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    I really enjoy your editorials, Sir. It is a refreshing change to read something that is unbiased.

    I have also been wondering just what the heck McCain is doing? I just haven't been seeing or hearing much of him; perhaps because the large news organizations are shining the spotlight on Obama.

    This should be an exciting election year. We have better candidates this year than we have had for a long time. It seems as though this will be the first time in awhile that people will actually vote FOR a candidate instead of AGAINST the other one.

    -- Posted by Willys on Wed, Jul 30, 2008, at 1:39 PM
  • Little does most of the informed public know...All the big 3 network minions (cbs, abc, worst of all nbc)led us all to believe that 200,000 showed up, in Germany, to see an American politician. They forgot to mention that there was ALSO a heavy metal band and a jazz festival going on at the same venue that Obama the savior was speaking at. I mean, come on! How nieve and gullible has the American public become?! There wouldn't be that many people there to listen to their own leader of THEIR country let alone someone that is only a Congressman of the US. Amazing!

    Willys, you are right. The big 3 media are shining bright on Obama. It's an insult that things have stooped to this level. McCain is just a Republicrat from AZ anyways that wants to keep borders open and "adjust" the constitution and Bill of Rights.

    I friend of mine made a statement the other day that sent shivers down my spine. He said he may as well vote for McCain because there is no one else. That kind of thinking is going to destroy this country. Remember when USSR, Iraq and other dictator/communist/socialist had open voting? There was only one man on the ballot....hmmm

    It's pathetic when more people vote for American Idol than the future of our nation.

    -- Posted by UM1233 on Mon, Aug 4, 2008, at 9:35 PM
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