Anyone else see this?
I am not endorsing him as my choice. But he makes some darn nice sense.
Unity for the USA against those who oppose us. Democracy over Dictators. As usual, it's about finding a balance on every level. Healthcare here at home while dancing on the world stage.
And I know he was positioning himself as they all do.
So I am wary of that.
But dang it let's finish this war with strength, conviction, and a clear eye on the dirty ways of the world.
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Thread: McCain on Letterman
01-03-2007, 05:50 #1
McCain on Letterman
01-03-2007, 06:00 #2
I didn't see it. Dave needs to have Mitt Romney on now. So far, from what I've seen, he's my candidate.
01-03-2007, 06:28 #3
01-03-2007, 06:42 #4
01-03-2007, 10:40 #5
01-03-2007, 13:13 #6
I like moderates of any ilk, so I like McCain
01-03-2007, 14:13 #7
McCain will get the nod for the Republican nomination if the Swiftboaters fall asleep at the helm this time around. His voting record, and 'flip-flopping' probably doesn't mean that much in terms of the nomination because there are so few viable Condidates.
01-03-2007, 14:48 #8
01-03-2007, 16:25 #9
01-03-2007, 16:40 #10
McCain would be my favorite "conservative," and Obama would be my favorite "liberal." I sincerely hope it comes down to those two, because they seem to be the most balanced of the available choices so far.
But I'm going to have to qualify my statements with the fact that I've yet to do a lot of research on either of them.