Wednesday, January 30, 2008

McReagan?

I don't think so. If Ronald Reagan were an U.S. Senator would we have :

Reagan/Lieberman?
Reagan/Kennedy?
Reagan/Edwards?
Reagan/Feingold?

The pretender to the throne has no clothes.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

My friend,

And I say this with all brotherly love and affection:

Stop drinking the Rush anti-McCain Kool-Aid.

Check out skippy's post:

http://enjoyeverysandwich.blogspot.com/2008/02/bob-dole-rocks-motherfucking-casbah-and.html

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Polymath said...

I drink the kool-aid, anti- or otherwise, of no man. Unless vodka is involved.

Skippy sure likes them cuss words. Some of his points are valid, some are overinflated half-true exaggerated falsehoods.

I have never accused GWB of being a conservative. He has expanded the government like a tick on a dog. Had his position on the war been different, I would not have voted for him.

McCain is no conservative either. He was asked by two seperate interviewers whether or not he would sign his own "amnesty" legislation, should it cross his desk as president. His answers (!) were: "Yes, but..." and "No, but..." Sounds like a lot of butt to me. Another leftist politician sticking his finger in the wind.

The MSM calls him a "maverick" for pulling the republicans to the left. And just look at how they treat Lieberman. Other than the war, he has a liberal stripe on him a mile wide. The Democrat Party even attemted to sabotage his re-election because he aligned with conservatives on one issue!

I don't need Rush Limbaugh to tell me that McCain is not a conservative. A casual look at his senate record will reveal him for the impostor he is.

When asked why he left the Democrat party, Reagan said: "I did not leave the party, the party left me."