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December 28, 2007

Liberals Love McCain

The liberal media is once again touting the candidacy of Senator John McCain (D R-AZ). They would love for the liberal McCain to represent the Republicans in the Presidential election next November.

Unfortunately, no Republican with more than a pea-sized brain could ever support McCain. I defy any conservative to name one policy McCain supported that would justify their vote. (Being a prisoner-of-war is not a policy.)

McCain championed the free-speech limiting McCain-Feingold legislation, opposed President Bush's tax cuts, supported "comprehensive" (read amnesty) immigration reform, and has refused, time and again, to support any form of interrogation technique that might actually protect American lives,

Senator McCain is a liberal in what is supposed to be a conservative political party. He really should, in order to be true to his beliefs, change his political party - and sooner rather than later.

Posted by Rick | December 28, 2007 12:17 AM | Political Science

Blame America First Crowd Blames U.S. For Bhutto Assassination

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated earlier today while she attended a political rally by a suicide bomber who shot her and then sent himself to hell by blowing himself up.

Left wingers on the internet, the radio and the television are putting forth the absurd argument that the United States is to blame for supporting Ms. Bhutto. Of course, their hatred for President Bush is clouding their judgment.

It’s not as if the political rallies Ms. Bhutto insisted on attending were in a secure location where all of the attendees went through metal detectors and were scrutinized by bomb-sniffing dogs. Those political rallies are held out in the open where virtually anyone could be targeted very easily by the fanatical Muslims. Even Ms. Bhutto’s pleas for more security while she attended these political rallies were unrealistic. There was no security under those circumstances that would have been able to thwart an attack such as this.

The radical Muslims had a vested interest in destabilizing the government in Pakistan. They did not want a woman in power, and certainly not a woman who was educated in, and friendly to, the United States. They want their Muslim clerics running the country just as they do in Iran.

Posted by Rick | December 28, 2007 12:05 AM | Political Science

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