February 19, 2007

John '08 McCain Flip-Flops Again

John ’08 McCain only believes in one principle, do or say anything in order to become President in 2008. The so called ‘Independent Maverick’ flip-flops on abortion to fall in line with the right wing base of the Republican Party.
McCain, gearing up for the "Straight Talk Express" in 1999:
"[C]ertainly in the short term, or even the long term, I would not support repeal of Roe v. Wade, which would then force X number of women in America to [undergo] illegal and dangerous operations."
And now, gearing up for the "Bullshit Express," today:
"I do not support Roe versus Wade. It should be overturned," the Arizona senator told about 800 people in South Carolina, one of the early voting states.

McCain also vowed that if elected, he would appoint judges who "strictly interpret the Constitution of the United States and do not legislate from the bench."
It’s clear; a vote for Senator McCain for President is a vote against a women right to choose. It gets worst.
Most presidential candidates are trying to get people to say "yes." Republican Sen. John McCain will be encouraging South Carolina students to say "no."

The Arizona lawmaker is scheduled to speak Sunday night to about 1,500 middle and high school students about abstaining from premarital sex. Abstinence and abortion loom large as issues in this first-in-the-South primary state in the heart of the Bible Belt.

"Senator McCain has a long legislative record of supporting abstinence-based initiatives in his record in the U.S. Senate," said Trey Walker, McCain's South Carolina campaign director. "He thinks that abstinence is healthier and should be promoted in our society for young people."
Did Senator McCain practice abstinence before he was married and during the time he was divorced and not married?

No, he did not.

If you advocate abstinence only education, the American people has the right to know if you saved yourself for marriage, and whether they were abstinent between multiple marriages.

John ’08 McCain is a right wing Republican without any principles. He is the successor to President Bush failed social, economic, and foreign policies. If you love the Bush years, then you will love the John ‘08 McCain.


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