Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Will McCain Be The Next 'War President'?

It looks like I may have predicted correctly. It will come down to McCain vs. Hillary. This is the Republicans best shot. Such a line up will divide the country and pit American against American.

Division is the point and it is what our owners want. The media will have a great time with this.

I've speaking lately with Republicans on my morning commute. They love McCain and think he's the best candidate because he was a tortured POW in Vietnam. They don't know anything else about him. Sadly, the Democrats know more about the Republican candidates than the Republicans do.

If it comes down to the man who's made a career out of being a POW and Hillary, the Republicans will turn out in record numbers to vote against Hillary.

If the Dems really want Hillary to win, they need to get the same record turnout as they vote against Tortured POW Man.

At this point, I think that 'One Million Years of War McCain' is going to be our next President. Americans that love slaughtering people who aren't the right kind of Christian will love the next four years of expanded war.

But then, I'm not so sure that Hillary won't expand our wars either. The difference will be that the press will vilify Hillary for expanding a losing war, while McCain will be exalted as a hero for doing exactly the same thing.


At 7:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

After the American people spoke at the polls in Nov. 06 since then all of these MSM candidates have voted to continue the War which at one point over 70 percent of the American people were against based on multiple polls.
What is really going on? Do you actually believe that millions and millions of people are like Lucerfarians, "Sacrificing" humans and property to appease their "Blood God"? Wow! Could our Representatives really be representative of a ritualistic culture that uses human sacrifice to further their expansion? My understanding of it is since the birthe of this nation it has been embroiled in one type of war or another every single day of its existance much like Israel. Is this really about religion? Do they worship the Darkside in their closets but Jesus in the open?
C.L.D.S Mitt R. has it that Satan is Jesus brother.


At 7:27 PM, Blogger Candace said...

Wellll, not so fast. It ain't over yet, and Obama still has more delegates. I heard today on the news that three more super delegates "defected" to Obama. Obama is our best chance for defeating McCain (barring an October surprise) because he appeals to a broader base, and because there is not the hatred for him that she seems to generate. (I do agree with you that if Clinton is the nominee, she will lose to McCain.)

At 8:56 PM, Blogger Buzz Saw said...

I agree w/ candace. I am truly an independent, registered Reagan republican who never saw reason to change. I don't like mccain or clinton, but I would consider voting for obama or nader. I think a lot of repugs are registered dems and they are throwing some primaries to clinton. I am almost certain that is what happened here in OK.

At 12:32 PM, Blogger an average patriot said...

I am afraid even if they have to steal it again McCain will get in. I can in no way see the awesome power Bush has amassed allowed in Democrats hands. I just have to wonder how will they steal it this time? When will they ever be investigasted and held accountable?

At 12:43 PM, Blogger Weaseldog said...

In our current climate, I don't see why we'd have investigations of election fraud.

Only conspiracy theorists worry about the US Constitution and elections. The rest defer to Gonzales and Mukasey.

Our own Pete Sessions once said that whether legislation is Constitutional or not, is up to the lawyers to decide.

Gone are the days when grade schoolers were smart enough to read and understand the US Constitution. Now you have to be a very serious lawyer and hold a position of extreme un-reproachable authority to understand such a lofty document as the US Constitution. It isn't for the little people anymore.

I don't know that Democrats and Republicans are really that different. The Republican push their agendas, and Democrats practice bipartisanship by caving hard to support the Republican agendas.

Though I'm sick of the unconstitutional agenda the Republicans are pushing, I have to admit I respect the fact that they work for their votes. The Democrats see a glimmer of unrealized resistance and give up.

Where Republicans can say 'filibuster' and the Democrats cave. But if a Democrat says 'filibuster', then the other Democrats beat him down.

It is hard for me to see how it is possible that even a clearly stolen election could possibly be investigated.

At 6:06 AM, Blogger pissed off patricia said...

Just the thought of McCain winning makes me feel sick inside. I didn't think we could make it through the first four years of bush. Then we had to have four more years of him. Four years of McCain would be the extention of the eternal hell.


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