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They cannot kill a spook

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http://m.usatoday.com/article/news/2363911

John McCain wants americans unarmed but wants to give weapons to muslims.
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John McCain didn't have enough backbone to tell his handlers that Sarah (the brain) Palin was a really bad idea.

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I don't trust McCain. First Presidential election I have not voted in was 2008 because I thought both candidates were incompetent.

Now I appreciate McCain's service to our country both in the military and political life, but that doesn't mean I believe him to be a good President.

Now 5 years later I doubt he could have done any worse than what we have now. I doubt we'd be any further along in foreign policy but perhaps the economy would be more focused than under the current incompetent.

Either way McCain in Syria is once again him doing his own thing which is more than the President is doing.

Either way, we're screwed.
They cannot kill a spook

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
John McCain didn't have enough backbone to tell his handlers that Sarah (the brain) Palin was a really bad idea.
woof
Sarah Palin ( providing McCain woumd have the decency to die after inauguration ) would be better than fisting champ Obama the communist muslim.

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
John McCain didn't have enough backbone to tell his handlers that Sarah (the brain) Palin was a really bad idea.
woof
You people still won't accept the fact that she pulled in more votes than he ever could have hoped for. Plenty of people went to the polls to vote simply because she was on the ticket...many would have stayed home if it had been Haley Barbour or Tom Ridge on the ballot with McCain.
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-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>You people still won't accept the fact that she pulled in more votes than he ever could have hoped for. Plenty of people went to the polls to vote simply because she was on the ticket...many would have stayed home if it had been Haley Barbour or Tom Ridge on the ballot with McCain.
She sank his battleship.

Sensible people, who might have voted for McCain, were left with no alternative to Obama with the Rogue Quitter on the Republican ticket.

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Big Johnson wrote:
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She sank his battleship.
Sensible people, who might have voted for McCain, were left with no alternative to Obama with the Rogue Quitter on the Republican ticket.
Wrong. Untold numbers of conservatives were going to sit that election out and instead went to the pols because of Palin.
When they got Romney-Ryan, they really did stay home.
Facts are hard for you people to swallow.
They cannot kill a spook

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-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong. Untold numbers of conservatives were going to sit that election out and instead went to the pols because of Palin.
When they got Romney-Ryan, they really did stay home.
Facts are hard for you people to swallow.
I always vote, and always for the republican in a presidential race. Palin brought a glimer of hope, many of us rooting for McCain to win and then die quickly. Sadly that treasonous bastard is still sucking air.
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-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong. Untold numbers of conservatives were going to sit that election out and instead went to the pols because of Palin.
When they got Romney-Ryan, they really did stay home.
Facts are hard for you people to swallow.
Facts:

McCain-Palin 2008 - 59,948,323
Romney-Ryan 2012 - 60,932,152
Obama-Biden 2008 - 69,498,516
Obama-Biden 2012 - 65,899,660

Swallow that, Tinkerbell!

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They cannot kill a spook wrote:
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I always vote, and always for the republican in a presidential race. Palin brought a glimer of hope, many of us rooting for McCain to win and then die quickly. Sadly that treasonous bastard is still sucking air.
I left the GOP the day after the 2008 election...I realized just how far to the left they had finally moved. Honestly, I wouldn't doubt that McCain threw the election. Look at his idea of campaigning. He had a townhall meeting a supporter of his mentioned what a tool Obama was, McCain cut her off in mid-sentence and said that Obama was "a good and decent man." Then there was the "suspension of the campaign: on his part in September to go back and get his hands into the bailouts.
McCain was the original Manchurian Candidate. He gets elected simply because he spent five years in a POW camp. He lies to conservatives every time he's campaigning for the Senate then spits in their faces the day after the election.
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One more fun fact:

Bush-Cheney 2004 - 62,040,610

Looks like Caribou Barbie motivated voters alright!

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Big Johnson wrote:
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Facts:
McCain-Palin 2008 - 59,948,323
Romney-Ryan 2012 - 60,932,152
Obama-Biden 2008 - 69,498,516
Obama-Biden 2012 - 65,899,660
Swallow that, Tinkerbell!
Whatever you say Bruce:

A report estimating the percentage of eligible voters who cast ballots in Tuesday's election shows the rate was lower than in the past two presidential contests, though it surpassed the rate from 2000.

Thursday's report, from the Center for the Study of the American Electorate, put 2012 voter turnout at 57.5% of all eligible voters, compared to 62.3% who voted in 2008 and 60.4% who cast ballots in 2004. In 2000, the turnout rate was 54.2%.

Read more: http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/national/electi...

The GOP picked up less a million more votes.
The US population increased by 11 million from 2008 to 2012.

Try again, wee man.

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Big Johnson wrote:
One more fun fact:
Bush-Cheney 2004 - 62,040,610
Looks like Caribou Barbie motivated voters alright!
You mean McCain demotivated them, poof.
And just how many more blacks voted for Kerry in 2004? Bush got 16% of the black vote in Ohio that year.
You're not too bright, are you?
Che Reagan Christ

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-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>You people still won't accept the fact that she pulled in more votes than he ever could have hoped for. Plenty of people went to the polls to vote simply because she was on the ticket...many would have stayed home if it had been Haley Barbour or Tom Ridge on the ballot with McCain.
That says volumes about GOP voters.

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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That says volumes about GOP voters.
That they disliked McCain with a passion...and for good reason.
They cannot kill a spook

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-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>That they disliked McCain with a passion...and for good reason.
McCain is why I am in favor of a single national primary election day for all parties
Che Reagan Christ

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-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>That they disliked McCain with a passion...and for good reason.
Odd. For disliking him so much they elected him their nominee.

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Odd. For disliking him so much they elected him their nominee.
Ever heard open primaries? How about the leftist media?
That's how we ended up with both McCain and Romney.
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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Odd. For disliking him so much they elected him their nominee.
Because other candidates dropped out after the first fee primaries. Hillary might very well have won the demorat ticket nod had there been a single primary day.
Che Reagan Christ

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-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Ever heard open primaries? How about the leftist media?
That's how we ended up with both McCain and Romney.
You really are insane. You can't take responsibility for anything.

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