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January 30, 2008

FOOLS!!! VILE UNBELIEVERS!!!!!

I curse every last one of you with my powerful Mitt Romney mojo...

May your stomachs roast in Hell for all eternity!

John McCain is not within a Thousand Miles of the GOP Nomination! I tell you, his bowels will melt with fear when Governor Romney unveils his enormously potent economic stimulus package!

No, I am not scared, and neither should you be! Already the McCain campaign staff have begun to commit suicide by the thousands. Let the infidel press wallow in their transparent lies - when Governor Romney ascends to the Oval Office he will behead them all!

They are becoming hysterical. That is what happens when old chickens come home to roost.

Posted by Cassandra at January 30, 2008 12:14 PM

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There is no Republican I despise more than John McCain. As an Arizona resident, I have voted against him for years. John McCain is only concerned about John McCain, oh, and whatever gets him media attention. He has milked his war record year after year to get re-elected, kind of like Kerry did, or the way Ted Kennedy uses the name connection to Jack and Bobbie for the same purpose.

He is no conservative, but has morphed into the true pompous, arrogant Washington insider. I was at a town hall-type of meeting a few years back when he began getting some tough questions from conservatives in the crowd. I saw him explode at one older fellow who challenged him on all the liberal initiatives he supported in Congress. McCain got red in the face and started yelling at this guy "Do you know who I am? I'm a goddamned US Senator, you need to just shut up!".

The old feller didn't bat an eye but said "Nossir, you are supposed to be a public servant. You work for me." McCain then stormed off.

He is the worst kind of primadonna, and his conduct in knifing conservatives in the back, particularly Bush, are well-known. How else can he be the darling of the liberal media; the "maverick" who joins the liberals frequently against the conservatives?

I will never, ever, under any circumstances whatsoever, vote for John McCain.

Posted by: a former european at January 30, 2008 01:36 PM

It is interesting.

My husband and I, who rarely agree on anything in politics, both have exactly the same assessment of McCain: he can be charming personally, but he is arrogant and unstable and has anger management issues. He scares the crap out of me. There is no way I want him in the White House b/c I don't trust his judgment in a crisis.

Oddly, Democrats seem to love this guy. My mother in law loves him, which I just can't get over. He is everything Democrats *say* rethugs are (and usually aren't): he has the huge ego and sense of entitlement and he is also quite rigid about getting his way. I can't figure out why liberals would like such a person.

Posted by: Cassandra at January 30, 2008 01:43 PM

I can't figure out why liberals would like such a person.

Because fake liberals indulge in self-fulling prophecies.

Posted by: Ymarsakar at January 30, 2008 01:46 PM

"John McCain is not within a Thousand Miles of the GOP Nomination!"
I hope you're correct in making that projection.

Given Maverick's political history, I would have never imagined that he would be contending as strongly as he is among the conservative voters. *cough* *cough*

And yes, I respect his former service and sacrifice as a US Naval aviator and his honorable conduct as a POW... I just can't see how that has much, if any relevance to the here and now needs of the nation in her next POTUS.

Posted by: bthun at January 30, 2008 02:25 PM

As Scott Thomas B proved, when fake liberals say they abhor soldiers drinking from the skulls of babies, what they really mean is that it is bad if such things are done by the enemy and good if they are done by the fake liberals.

If you belong, anything can and will be forgiven.

Posted by: Ymarsakar at January 30, 2008 02:55 PM

Mitt Romney mojo? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

Posted by: Cricket at January 30, 2008 03:19 PM

"If you belong, anything can and will be forgiven."

That's been a given since a certain senior senator swam to notoriety in July of '69.

Posted by: Snarkammando at January 30, 2008 03:21 PM

John McCain would be a disaster as president. I personally think he's nuts.

Posted by: Mark at January 30, 2008 03:37 PM

Mitt Romney mojo? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

It's the hair, babe. Don't touch it :D

Posted by: Mitt Romney at January 30, 2008 03:39 PM

You foolish, ignorant, so called conservatives... You can not stand in line long enough to vote. I don't care if you were paid $50.00/hour, you aren't tough enough!

And don't you dare, disagree with me.

Posted by: John McCain at January 30, 2008 03:59 PM

Oddly, Democrats seem to love this guy. My mother in law loves him, which I just can't get over. He is everything Democrats *say* rethugs are (and usually aren't): he has the huge ego and sense of entitlement and he is also quite rigid about getting his way. I can't figure out why liberals would like such a person.
Posted by: Cassandra at January 30, 2008 01:43 PM

I love the smell of snarkasm in the morning.

Posted by: camojack at January 31, 2008 01:41 AM

Cass, stop holding back ... tell us what you really think about McCain!!!

Actually, as far as the McCain / Romney, we don't have much of choice. I met Romney on a couple occasions. My first impression at these meetings was he was aloof, and talking at me ... and also trying to say what he thought I wanted to hear. I just never connected with him ... McCain on the other hand never seems to worry about saying things that people don't want to hear ... but you are right, he could damn well be a Democrat.

Posted by: Frodo at January 31, 2008 01:00 PM

McCain on the other hand never seems to worry about saying things that people don't want to hear ... but you are right, he could damn well be a Democrat.

He reminds me of Weber, the new Senator from 2006.

Posted by: Ymarsakar at February 1, 2008 04:57 PM

jim Webb, rather.

Posted by: Ymarsakar at February 1, 2008 04:58 PM

Well, I'm late coming to this party. I'm going to vote for Mitt Romney, since Rudy bailed out. I had chosen Rudy as my next President, the day he handed the check back to the Saudi Princeling. But, he evidently didn't want the job enough to campaign.

This makes me sad, because he's got the right reflexes. Ron Paul made some loony statement at one of the debates about 9/11 being the fault of our foreign policy, and Rudy bristled and let him have it. The others followed suit, but they did not feel it like Rudy did. But, Rudy's not going to happen, so I have moved on.

I enjoy watching Huckabee, but he is as stupid as Jimmah Cahtah with respect to Iran, and he doesn't deserve elevation to higher office until he does his homework on the subject. He is funny, and uses his quick humor to evade questioning when he's clearly beyond his depth. If I needed more reasons to reject him, there are many. Here are two:

Gov. Mike Huckabee: "And the ultimate thing is, I may not be the expert that some people are on foreign policy, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night." ("Imus In The Morning," 12/4/07)

And this, from his Foreign Affairs article:

“The Bush administration’s arrogant bunker mentality has been counterproductive at home and abroad.”

I think he should question 50 million people in Afghanistan and Iraq who have been liberated from tyrannical and murderous regimes about the counterproductive nature of Bush's arrogant bunker mentality, and then edit that statement a little. Dumber than dirt.

I wish Mitt Romney would put the GWOT as his first point when he refers to the challenges facing us, but he has it at about #3. He talks about the economy first. I suppose he's just bringing to the fore the parts of his resume that fit with the day's news. He's trying to show that he has the chops to handle whatever concerns are high on the list today. That's a little too poll-driven for me. But my other option is McCain? Deliver me!

McCain scares me. He should know what torture is, yet he would refuse to allow waterboarding under any circumstances. Crikey! Steve Harrigan of Fox News was waterboarded, and was back to normal in 5 minutes. This may be intense, but it's not torture. John McCain's arms won't raise very high because of his injuries when actually being tortured. WTH is wrong with his thought processes? He wants to close Guantanamo? Has he learned nothing in his 72 years on this Earth?

All this said, if he's the nominee, I will vote for him. I have been watching the debates on both sides, and Hillary is even more dangerous and monarchical than McCain, and if Obama became President, the tallest buildings in Chicago and Los Angeles would be history within weeks, and Iraq would be lost.

We are living in dangerous times. We need to be serious about our choices for President like never before in my lifetime.

Posted by: MathMom at February 2, 2008 09:35 PM

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