Skip to comments.On MSNBC Hardball: "McCain and the Conservative re-education Camp for RINOS"
Posted on 01/07/2010 7:29:08 PM PST by sickoflibs
Chris Matthews loves O but he still has his moments.
Tonight on Thursdays show (1/7/09) Matthews has Pat Buchanan on and they were discussing McCain's primary problems. Matthews asked Pat: "What is McCain going to do when democrats bring up Immigration Reform this year?" And Pat replied: "He will take a stand against 'path to citizenship'. So Matthews asks What about after the Republican primary? and Pat replies: He will keep to that position and so Chris asks: What are conservatives going to do, put him in a Cambodian re-education camp to get him to change all his positions? Then the liberal guest pointed out that McCain must have no real principles.
No Chris, its the conservative re-education camp McCain is in, all RINOs are being rounded up and our rabscuttle385 is the warden.
As an aside, Cambodia didnt have re-education camps (they had killing fields) , it was Vietnam that had re-education camps. But Matthews couldnt say Vietnam because as a liberal baby boomer our loss in Vietnam was a highlight of American history to him. So he wouldnt point out that those camps in Vietnam.
I am hopeful that JD Hayworth enters the race and wins the primary to send Juan McLame into retirement!
McCain laugh ping!
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Cambodia is so last week. We should send him to Beijing.
Buchanan could be right, if Dems force him to take a position before winning the primary he might just flip for survival. He talks the talk now.
He doesn’t believe anything in his core except saving his own withered ass.
We had to drag him literally kicking and screaming on the 2007 amnesty fight he lost. Remember the “fine, we’ll build the g-d fence first then” statement.
“Then the liberal guest pointed out that McCain must have no real principles.”
He was right on that one...
Once a ho......
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