November 27, 2005

Republican John McCain of Arizona & Presidential Politics

Senator John McCain the Republican of Arizona stands with the Republican Senator Trent Lott of Mississippi.
During an appearance last weekend at the University of Mississippi, Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, predicted that Mr. Lott would become Republican leader again, adding, "I will tell anyone that of all the majority leaders we've had in the United States Senate, I believe that Trent Lott was the finest leader we've had."
Senator John McCain also stands with George Wallace Junior, who is running for lieutenant governor of Alabama.
Today, Senator John McCain is heading to Alabama to host a fundraiser for George Wallace Jr., who is running for Lieutenant Governor in a contested primary. Wallace has given four speeches in front of the Council of Conservative Citizens, a white supremacist group that was created from the mailing list of the old White Citizens Councils and has been identified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as growing more openly "radical and racist" in recent years. However, Wallace claims he sees "nothing hateful" in the group which opposes interracial marriage, hate crime legislation, and "Afrocentric" education in schools.
The so called ‘maverick moderate’ John McCain is soliciting support from Rev. Jerry Falwell.
Sen. John McCain is taking action to make it hard for conservatives to write him off in the 2008 presidential race. His office confirms that the maverick moderate recently met with the Rev. Jerry Falwell, a conservative icon who is influential with voters on the right.
Finally, the Republican Senator John McCain stands with President Bush, VP Cheney and Karl Rove.
That's why I commend to my country the re-election of President Bush, and the steady, experienced, public-spirited man who serves as our Vice-President, Dick Cheney.

Four years ago, in Philadelphia, I spoke of my confidence that President Bush would accept the responsibilities that come with America's distinction as the world's only superpower.
Matt Stoller over at MyDD also points out McCain backing Intelligent Design and has a near perfect extreme record on abortion. John McCain also voted to convict Clinton on two counts, supports a ban on gay marriage and civil unions and supports teaching creationism in schools.

Yes, my friends John McCain is a Republican and a conservative who supported Bush and Cheney for White House, campaigning with George Wallace Junior, supports Trent Lott for Majority Leader and actively courting Rev. Jerry Falwell.

John McCain is running for President in 2008. The question is now, why do Liberals have a love affair with conservative Republican Senator John McCain?

As a Liberal and a Democrat I would never voted for John McCain for any political office, well maybe for dog catcher or something like that.

No person who believes in Liberal values should vote for Senator John McCain.


At December 12, 2005 2:22 PM, Blogger Kankakee Voice said...

I had actually considered voting for him when he was running in 04. But after the way he bent over and took it from Bush and Co, it made me ill watching him grovel. I thought he had more respect for himself and strong values. I could never ever not for a second consider giving him my vote after the way he let BushCo treat him and then made kissy face with those bastards. He should've done the right thing, became a democrat or an Independent.


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