Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Borrowed from Blame Bush

"Hillary Vs. McCain?
Rejoice, fellow liberals, for with Hillary and McCain both poised to receive their party's nomination on this most Super of Super Tuesdays, November will mark the first time in U.S. history that two Democrats have ran against each other in a Presidential election.

The question everyone is asking, however, is whether McCain has what it takes to energize his liberal base. His calls for amnesty for undocumented workers, his opposition to Bush's Tax Cuts for the Wealthiest One Percent of Americans, and his long, romantic walks on the beach with Senator Kennedy suggests that he does. However, there is reason to suspect that despite his progressive record in the Senate, McCain isn't as devout a Democrat as he would like everyone to believe.

First of all, he's running as a Republican. That's already raised some eyebrows within Democrat Party circles. Secondly...well, I guess that's about it. I can't really think of any other reasons to believe that John McCain is a conservative.

Nevertheless, I'm not ready to make an official endorsement. I was almost tricked once. It may yet turn out that McCain is every bit as conservative as Obama is."

1 comment:

Sharon said...

Man, he better get with the program. he is promising to court the conservatives and he is an elected person, therefore should do what the majority of the people electing him want him to do no matter his personal opinions. It is our only prayer now. Unless a miracle happens and H catches up but then we are still stuck with a republcan Jimmy Carter! What are your thoughts now that he is so in