Saturday, January 10, 2009

Down The Stupid Road With John McCain

Without any doubt a huge percentage of the votes registered for John McCain in the Presidential race were for Sarah Palin, against Barry Obama or a combination of both. The massive failure of so-called moderate republican candidates, especially in the northeast, clearly demonstrates that there was not very much real support for McCain's positions. Where there were real conservative choices on the ballot, they tended to do well. For instance, in extremely liberal Minnesota, the two conservative House candidates, Kline and Bachman won rather easily.

Having led the GOP and the American people to such a thorough defeat, one would think that McCain would apologize, admit he was wrong and go away. But no, Senator McCain still does not get the message. Senator McCain has decided that he needs to lead an effort to "Better Define the Republican Ideals and Message" [READ MORE].

Thanks but no thanks Senator. If you need to form a PAC and collect money from tax payers to figure out that you and the RNC are desperately out of touch with America, then you are more delusional than I thought.

Please Senator McCain, pack up your bags and collect all the moderate and liberal idiots at the RNC and go away. We've got a lot of work to do cleaning up the mess you left us with.

1 Comments:

Anonymous AntiElf said...

For those that then pose the question, "What about Coleman, huuuuuuh?" Coleman isn't a conservative. Next.

I was one of those that filled in the circle (correctly) next to McCain/Palin.

Why:
- I voted for Palin.
- I voted against Barry.

Note who's missing from that list.

I never liked McCain. He said some good things, but never delivered. He wanted us to fight for him. Fine. When was he going to fight for conservatism in the campaign? Never did. Don't think he knows what conservatism is. If I wanted a liberal/socialist/commie, I would've voted for Barry.

If the GOP is to have a future, then they need to define what the party is.

If they decide its a conservative party, then kick out the liberals & hold all members to conservative principles. Worried about losing power? Who's in power now? That worked well.

Personally, I don't give a damn about parties. All they are are an easy way to vote... don't do my research, then vote for a party and, theoretically, should be in line with my ideals.

What I want is freedom. And the dems have proven that they take that away. Hopefully in 4 years, I'll still be allowed to type stuff like this publicly, comrades.

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