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McCain-Soros Toppled GOP Candidates
HUMAN EVENTS ^ | Nov 21, 2006 | Rabbi Aryeh Spero

Posted on 11/24/2006 5:53:57 PM PST by neverdem

"The Republicans lost because they were too conservative." "No, not conservative enough." "They lost because they disappointed the religious right." "No, because they are too tied to the religious right."

Many of us feel the loss was due to what I call "McCain-Soros."

Ever since the passage of McCain-Feingold, money has poured into organizations such as MoveOn.org, which in turn demonizes Republicans, painting a portrait of them as the incarnation of evil. The ads have had as their goal one thing: leaving a sour taste in the mouth of the electorate over anything Republican, conservative or religious. It has worked. The soft Republican, such as Sen. Lincoln Chaffee, went down with the tough Republican, such as Sen. Rick Santorum.

These ads, paid for by George Soros, Peter Lewis and other multi-millionaire leftists are the direct result of, and have been made possible by, the passage of McCain-Feingold, which opened the door to unlimited spending by left-wing fat cats on behalf of liberal candidates and causes. Until its passage, contributions were, basically, limited to the political parties and candidates themselves, but with a cap. Until the passage of McCain-Feingold, a cap was placed on how much Soros could underwrite in his lust for power and influence.

Sen. John McCain (R.-Ariz.) has made it possible for George Soros and other billionaire transnationalists to effect and determine the outcome of our elections and thus U.S. destiny, indeed world destiny. And that is exactly what the wealthy internationalists have always craved.

Certainly, McCain was aware that if the most liberal member of the Senate, Russ Feingold (D.-Wis.), was pushing a piece of legislation, its purpose was not to help conservative causes but the far left ones that are Feingold's life's mission. Indeed, Feingold had a hard time finding a sponsor across the aisle willing to proffer the "bipartisan" aura he needed to gain passage for this liberal dream.

Feingold understood, as we now all do, the Achilles’ heel of John McCain. To wit: I am the "cleaner" and wiser Republican. I stand out from the pack. "Take the dirty money out of politics" became McCain's slogan. He did, and now we have the "clean" money of George Soros and Peter Lewis, so clean that it can be spread around, infinitely, for every left-wing cause. It was noble, a campaign finance "reform," so befitting of Mr. Noble.

President Bush did not veto it. We didn't fight it, assured that it would be overturned by the courts as "limiting free speech." But, it wasn't overturned. Everyone passed the buck hoping that the next link in the process would stop it.

Democrats since Bill Clinton do one thing: they campaign every day as if it is the day preceding an election. They demonize Republicans, our motives. The message they telegraph is not so much about our policy but our "sinister" goals. It is Halliburton, profiteering from war, mean-spiritedness, dogmatism over compassion. It is 24/7/365.

The purpose of the ads is not to illuminate their political positions. It is to destroy the Republican candidate and officeholder, the persona of the conservative. Through osmosis -- after a five year daily barrage of ads on radio, TV and in newspapers -- it appears to have worked.

Republicans, on the other hand, don't begin serious campaigning until the month before the election and have never learned the Goebbles technique so familiar, and comfortable, to Democrats: demonize the person, demonize the group. Do so every day, until respectable people find it offensive to be associated with, let alone vote for, such terrible people. The Muslims are doing it against Israel, against Jews, and they are indeed swaying Europe, prevailing.

The paid-for-by-Soros ads contributed mightily to the Republican defeat. Having won the House and Senate, Democrats can save some money by no longer having to pay for as many ads since they will use their committee positions to demonize and destroy conservatives through Democrat witch hunts under chairmen who have a Torquemada/Inquisition-like intent toward those they are "investigating." Instead of paid ads, the mainstream media will for free, as news, nightly furnish Americans the audios and visuals from the congressional hearings -- the images -- that will make anyone associated with the Republican party look like a thief, greedy, a conspirator -- Al Capone.

Companies that contributed too much to Republican candidates will be hauled in and scrutinized under a series of bogus charges. The public will love it, for the Democrats and 527s have spent the last few years laying the demonization groundwork regarding companies such as Exxon, Phillip Morris, Merck, Diebold, Halliburton, Wal-Mart: big oil, big tobacco, big pharmaceutical, giant retailers, etc. If "smart," these companies will mend their ways and learn their lesson regarding who should be the major beneficiary of their contributions. After all, inquisitors simply want and always accept repentance.

So thank you, John McCain, for your tireless efforts in behalf of McCain-Soros, clean money and motives and "reform." You have helped bring your party down. Thanks for being the gang leader of the “Gang of 14,” which stood in the way of up-or-down confirmation of conservative justices. Hats off to you for redefining torture so that effective interrogation of jihadists is forever impossible. As a reward, you wish, now, to lead the party and become its Presidential nominee and standard bearer. I don't think so.


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1 posted on 11/24/2006 5:53:59 PM PST by neverdem
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To: neverdem

A MAJOR reason and all the reason necessary to not vote for McCain for president. He is a DEMOCRAT.


3 posted on 11/24/2006 5:59:12 PM PST by arthurus (Better to fight them over THERE than over HERE)
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To: neverdem

Good call. McCain has been payed fersure. He has one more use.


4 posted on 11/24/2006 6:03:04 PM PST by Thebaddog (Labrador Retrievers are the dog's dog)
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To: neverdem
The paid-for-by-Soros ads contributed mightily to the Republican defeat.

Oh, please.

5 posted on 11/24/2006 6:03:53 PM PST by ItsJeff
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To: neverdem

The lying news media has no pride in this country and would rather tear it apart than any other thing. I am surprised that Bush did as good as he did with the lies in the media.


6 posted on 11/24/2006 6:09:27 PM PST by mountainlyons (Hard core conservative)
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To: neverdem
Excellent column...thanks
7 posted on 11/24/2006 6:12:30 PM PST by Txsleuth (Bolton/Cheney (that would be Lynne) 08)
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To: neverdem

Interesting theory.


8 posted on 11/24/2006 6:14:12 PM PST by Ciexyz (Satisfied owner of a 2007 Toyota Corolla.)
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To: ItsJeff
The paid-for-by-Soros ads contributed mightily to the Republican defeat.

Soros is busy here too in another election on #2 page.

http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/11/24/africa/web.1124nigeria.php?page=1

9 posted on 11/24/2006 6:16:42 PM PST by fight_truth_decay
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To: Ciexyz

Theory?


10 posted on 11/24/2006 6:17:23 PM PST by Klinx
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To: neverdem

The Rabbi must have slept through the election.

Republicans were not outspent.
The Country was extremely unhappy with their governance.


11 posted on 11/24/2006 6:18:39 PM PST by ConservativeGreek
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To: Klinx

Theory until proven by facts. Show me the facts.


12 posted on 11/24/2006 6:19:09 PM PST by Ciexyz (Satisfied owner of a 2007 Toyota Corolla.)
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To: neverdem

Wondering out loud...

Why did Republicans choose DeWine in Ohio during the primary, then not vote for him during the election?

Could it be that 'rats were able to vote in the Republican primary? Sounds like something Soros would/could pull off.


13 posted on 11/24/2006 6:23:03 PM PST by Reddy
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To: Ciexyz
Didn't McCain take money from George Soros?

Wasn't Soros involved in the McCain-Fiengold Bill?

Didn't McCain-Fiengold open the door for Soros funded groups to posion the political eviornment?
14 posted on 11/24/2006 6:25:14 PM PST by Klinx
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To: neverdem

IMHO, this theory is way down the list and likely immaterial.

The overwhelming reason the Republicans lost is that they defeated themselves:

1) Scandals - Foley, Ney, Taft, DeLay (BS charges but he should have known better), Allen, Cunningham, Abramoff, Haggard, et al. Never mind the media's role and never mind that the Dem's were chest deep in it too - we are to blame because we didn't police ourselves. If we do, then the media has no credible fodder. This time they had plenty and were able to make the most of it.

2) They didn't walk the walk on conservative issues - smaller government, immigration control, fiscal restraint.

However, this is cause for optimism - we control our own destiny. All we have to do is stay clean enough and govern like Conservatives should. We then cream the libs in the battle of ideas, and they have no ammunition for counter-attack.


15 posted on 11/24/2006 6:29:27 PM PST by Eccl 10:2 (Pray for the peace of Jerusalem - Ps 122:6)
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To: neverdem

John McCain: A voice of treason in times of trouble.


16 posted on 11/24/2006 6:31:16 PM PST by Tall_Texan (NO McCain, Rudy, Romney, Hillary, Kerry, Obama or Gore in 2008!)
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To: neverdem
So thank you, John McCain, for your tireless efforts in behalf of McCain-Soros...

And a hearty thank you to the President for signing this stupid and unconstitutional piece of legislation.

(And an assist to the Supremes for upholding it as law)

17 posted on 11/24/2006 6:35:18 PM PST by ishmac
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To: neverdem
These ads, paid for by George Soros, Peter Lewis and other multi-millionaire leftists are the direct result of, and have been made possible by, the passage of McCain-Feingold, which opened the door to unlimited spending by left-wing fat cats on behalf of liberal candidates and causes.

I hate McCain-Feingold, but this is just bunk. There was nothing in the law previously to prevent this kind of activity by millionaires. The new activity only sprung up because the parties weren't allowed to do it anymore, so people needed another venue. This only proves that McCain-Feingold is worthless and stupid (and uconstitutional), not that it seriously disadvantages the GOP.

The real problem is that Republicans did such a crappy job in power and became crooks, and and that Bush totally screwed up Iraq. Without those things, the negative advertising would not have resonated with anyone.

18 posted on 11/24/2006 6:54:29 PM PST by The Old Hoosier (Right makes might.)
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To: arthurus
A MAJOR reason and all the reason necessary to not vote for McCain for president. He is a DEMOCRAT.

Wow, really? I wish there were more Democrats like him.

19 posted on 11/24/2006 6:56:25 PM PST by nwrep
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To: neverdem

Why don't wealthy Republicans fight back? Where is Richard Mellon Scaife?


20 posted on 11/24/2006 6:58:15 PM PST by PghBaldy (Reporter: Are you surprised? Nancy Pelosi: No. My eyes always look like this.)
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To: nwrep
Wow, really? I wish there were more Democrats like him.

Yeah, me too. I also wish every one of them had a (D) after their name like McCain should.
21 posted on 11/24/2006 7:04:53 PM PST by Tailback
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To: neverdem
Feingold understood, as we now all do, the Achilles’ heel of John McCain.

And the final act in the Dems strategy is to help McCain get the nomination...a certain defeat for Republicans...or, if he doesn't, to be positioned for a third party run, to insure the same result. Remember the MSM has already annointed him as "Maverick".

Is there anyone here wo still doesn't get this? Please report in immediately for your un-kool aid treatment.

22 posted on 11/24/2006 7:05:10 PM PST by NewLand (Always Remember September 11, 2001)
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To: ConservativeGreek
Oh yes the Republicans were outspent. How does one put a price tag on allll the lovely liberal stories and the continuous non-stop smear of evil against Republican by MSM news stories?

That was the purpose of McCain/Feingold to legally authorize the MSM power over elections, especially 60 days prior to an election. All Republicans got out of that transition of power was the 'right' to say I am 'so and so' and I approve this message.
23 posted on 11/24/2006 7:10:39 PM PST by Just mythoughts
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To: neverdem

McCain was universally reviled by all involved in activities at local party HQ's leading up to the disasterous 2006 vote. McCain's grass roots have withered and died from the tender mercies McCain-Feingold had on those who follow the rules.


24 posted on 11/24/2006 8:09:22 PM PST by NonValueAdded (Prayers for our patriot brother, 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub. Brian, we're all pulling for you!)
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To: neverdem

Thanks we needed this summary.

McCain-Feingold allowed this and disallowed individuals like you and me from commenting before elections - even if we pay for the advertising ourselves.

We lost our First Amendment rights with this bill.

I will never vote for John McCain.


25 posted on 11/24/2006 8:16:12 PM PST by victim soul
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To: neverdem
The Real McCain

SEN. JOHN McCAIN: THE ULTIMATE "RHINESTONE HERO"

SEN. JOHN McCAIN: THE ULTIMATE "RHINESTONE HERO" Part II

John McCain Gets Soros Cash

John McCain Is No Hero

U.S. Sen. John McCain is no War Hero

John McCain: The Manchurian Candidate

JOHN MCCAIN, WARTS AND ALL

John McCain, you treasonous bastard, I challenge you or any of your traitorous cohorts...

McCain Is Booed by Labor Activists

McCain Rides to Kerry's Rescue: "John Kerry is Not Weak on Defense" (Today Show alert)

John McCain SCREAMS AT 9/11 FSA MEMBERS FOR OPPOSING HIS BILL TO GIVE AMNESTY FOR ILLEGALS

John McCain's Skeleton Closet

A number of articles on McCain. (some the same as above)

McCain/Soros by Rabbi Areyh Spero

26 posted on 11/24/2006 8:16:18 PM PST by TigersEye (Ego chatters endlessly on. Mind speaks in great silence.)
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To: neverdem

Republicans lost,

war in Iraq,
price gouging at the gas pump.

Do Republicans in newly competitive districts have brains?
-->
wake up, ya stupid f^^^s


27 posted on 11/24/2006 8:30:59 PM PST by greasepaint
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To: neverdem

WOW. This guy gets it.


28 posted on 11/24/2006 8:31:35 PM PST by Marysecretary (Thank you, Lord, for FOUR MORE YEARS!!!)
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To: The Old Hoosier

Yes, they did do a lousy job but the media sure as .... didn't help. They gave demonrats a pass every time but the pubbies were practically crucified.


29 posted on 11/24/2006 8:33:32 PM PST by Marysecretary (Thank you, Lord, for FOUR MORE YEARS!!!)
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To: Klinx

McCain believes his biggest liability is his role in the Lincoln National S&L bribery scandal so he blows smoke with "reform" which gives the MSM more power and they love him for it.


30 posted on 11/24/2006 8:53:43 PM PST by Kenny500c
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To: neverdem

The rabbi has a good point here. McStain is to blame for squandering much of our advantage in TV ads and radio.


31 posted on 11/24/2006 8:54:37 PM PST by George W. Bush
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To: Baynative

McCain-Soros-BUSH funded the Dems. I add Bush's name because he let the McCain bill become law (he actually signed it, didn't he?) That makes it his bill as much as McCain's bill.


32 posted on 11/24/2006 8:55:34 PM PST by freedomdefender
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To: neverdem
"George Soros, Peter Lewis and other multi-millionaire leftists"
Hmm, and what happened to the multi-billionaire rightists? Have they all, without exception, "betrayed their class"?
33 posted on 11/24/2006 8:55:38 PM PST by GSlob
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To: neverdem
That Republicans
had nothing to do with their losses.
34 posted on 11/24/2006 9:02:49 PM PST by snarks_when_bored
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To: NewLand

Ironically, it has been the Dem operatives who have been pushing McCain as THE Republican candidate for the past year.


35 posted on 11/24/2006 9:04:32 PM PST by sageb1 (This is the Final Crusade. There are only 2 sides. Pick one.)
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To: neverdem
McCain-Feingold is an unConstitutional piece of trash.

Having said that. Who signed McCain-Feingold into law? Why President Bush, of course.

When things go wrong, you must first look inward. You must ask, "What did we do wrong? What could we have done better? What mistakes did we make?" It would be foolish at this stage to start assigning blame either to the media or to liberals or Democrats or the voters or the American people. I'm not going to fall into the trap that the liberals and Democrats fall into every time they lose an election and start blaming everybody else. Republicans lost last night but conservatism did not, and that is, to me, one of the fundamental elements of last night's results. Conservatism did not lose; Republicans lost last night.

--- Rush Limbaugh, November 8, 2006

36 posted on 11/24/2006 9:13:53 PM PST by Reagan Man (Conservatives don't support amnesty and conservatives don't vote for liberals!)
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To: neverdem

BTTT read later


37 posted on 11/24/2006 11:03:51 PM PST by Phyto Chems (Protect the border, NOW the goverment needs to one thing FIRST - CLOSE the Border)
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To: neverdem
Thanks so much for the post.

So thank you, John McCain, for your tireless efforts in behalf of McCain-Soros, clean money and motives and "reform." You have helped bring your party down. Thanks for being the gang leader of the “Gang of 14,” which stood in the way of up-or-down confirmation of conservative justices. Hats off to you for redefining torture so that effective interrogation of jihadists is forever impossible. As a reward, you wish, now, to lead the party and become its Presidential nominee and standard bearer. I don't think so.

That sure says it all for me, he has been attempting to move RIGHT since the election. I will never vote for this RINO, I hope the rest of the GOP is not fooled. I think the lame-stream media wants him elected.

38 posted on 11/24/2006 11:30:17 PM PST by Phyto Chems (Protect the border, NOW the government needs to one thing FIRST - CLOSE the Border)
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To: neverdem

McCain is a megalomaniac and a lunatic.

But PRESIDENT BUSH SIGNED THE LEGISLATION!

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39 posted on 11/25/2006 4:12:41 AM PST by Westbrook (Having more children does not divide your love, it multiplies it!)
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To: Just mythoughts

Oh yes the Republicans were outspent. How does one put a price tag on allll the lovely liberal stories and the continuous non-stop smear of evil against Republican by MSM news stories

Are you suggesting that Reagan, Bush 1 and 2 did have the same press?
In 1984 the MSM was all about Reagan drooling.
The press doesn't matter if the candidate has the correct positions and shows strength.
The MSM uses the candidate's weaknesses to defeat them.


40 posted on 11/25/2006 6:27:06 AM PST by ConservativeGreek
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To: neverdem
Soros lends support to political watchdog group CREW. CREW blasted Pelosi for supporting Murther and had earlier placed Murther on a politicians' watch list in regard to corruption.

June 13, 2006
John McCain & George Soros: New York Encounter

THE WASHINGTON NOTE

You read, you decide.

41 posted on 11/25/2006 6:43:11 AM PST by fight_truth_decay
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To: ConservativeGreek
Are you suggesting that Reagan, Bush 1 and 2 did have the same press? In 1984 the MSM was all about Reagan drooling. The press doesn't matter if the candidate has the correct positions and shows strength. The MSM uses the candidate's weaknesses to defeat them.

No I am not suggesting a difference in press coverage. The amount however was complete saturation, 24/7. What I am saying is that since President Reagan, we have the 'I feel' generations sent on their way into this world with the public educational system of seeing the world under how one 'feels'. These have NO memory of President Reagan, and the numbers of Reagan voters no longer among us is dwindling that voter group into a nonexistence impact.

The 'I feel' generations have their brains on sensory reactions and every exposure they were given to President Bush was a negative feeling. These liberals and all their tentacles preached that Iraq was not involved in terrorism and that OIL was the reason why we invaded. Add that to the Clintons UNIONS, (government and teachers) and the S$ORO$ funded outreaches, gelled the public at large into voting at the local level on how they felt.

The liberals had to get the attention of their base, in Missouri where I live, it was attaching an amendment of a minimum raise increase. Also millions were invested into a salvation program of cloning and that was sold to coverage the state covered health recipients Medicaid.

The 'news' 24/7 was a campaign arm, no matter the point of origin with the continuous drumbeat of Vietnamization of Iraq, President Bush is a liar, Republicans were the party of corruption (sadly there were some names and faces to give that persona).

Now granted these liberals took advantage of presenting President Bush on vacation when he should have been in New Orleans saving 'millions' of people, but cause of their race, he could not be bothered. The whole hurricane and aftermath became the fault of President Bush.

My point is that for Republicans to have countered the mass hysterical media preaching Bush hate 24/7 was not a financially possible endeavor.

These liberals would be in debt for decades in they were required to fund every bad news about Bush/Republicans and the ever streaming nice coverage given to liberals.

42 posted on 11/25/2006 7:27:31 AM PST by Just mythoughts
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To: neverdem

If Republicans had not peed off their base, the base might hav egotten motivated to go out earlier and do the work that was needed to retain Congress. You don't win if you pee off your base.

The left has been better at exploiting hte campaign censorship bill, but instead of complaining about this unconstitutional bill, we should learn to do better at exploiting it ourselves while we continue to try to restore the Constitution by getting rid of it.

The bill is patently unconstitutional and everyone knows it.

BTW, I heard independent expenditure ads right up through Election Day. Someone should have filed a suit to stop them, hoping that they would lose and the law would be overturned. And maybe in the meantime, that Communazi America-hater Soros (who should be investigated under the treason, sedition, and RICO laws) would be constrained a bit from buying Congress for his fellow anti-Americans.

Isn't there some way we can denaturalize this jerk?


43 posted on 11/25/2006 8:21:35 AM PST by TBP
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As long as we are thinking toward 2008, I think it is only fitting to revise what Senator MacaCain’s actions to sabotage the Republican Party in the past two years, especially as he comtemplates running for President. What this man did to his own party goes straight to the quality of his character. "With friends like this who needs enemies!" The saying goes and could not apply any better in this case.

http://www.townhall.com/Columnists/HughHewitt/2006/11/08/the_road_not_taken__forfeiting_a_majority


44 posted on 11/25/2006 8:24:52 AM PST by ElPatriota (Let's not forget we are still friends - basically - despite our differences)
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To: ConservativeGreek
The Country was extremely unhappy with their perception of their governance.
45 posted on 11/25/2006 8:26:57 AM PST by ez ("Abashed the devil stood and felt how awful goodness is." - Milton)
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To: nwrep

You're in the wrong party.


46 posted on 11/25/2006 9:15:41 AM PST by arthurus (Better to fight them over THERE than over HERE)
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To: neverdem
There are others reasons why the Dems won

But he pretty much nailed it in this article
47 posted on 11/25/2006 9:23:25 AM PST by Mo1 (Thank You Mr & Mrs "I'm gonna teach you a lesson" Voter ... you just screwed us on so many levels)
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To: neverdem

McCain-Soros.

If the shoe fits -- wear it.


48 posted on 11/25/2006 9:26:24 AM PST by Salvation (†With God all things are possible.†)
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To: TBP
If Republicans had not peed off their base, the base might hav egotten motivated to go out earlier and do the work that was needed to retain Congress. You don't win if you pee off your base.

Though I agree they cost us the Congress in this election

But I disagree that they are the base ... the base came out and voted

Now the question is .. will the fringe stay home and not vote in 08 .. or will they give us all another Clinton Administration like they did before

49 posted on 11/25/2006 9:31:34 AM PST by Mo1 (Thank You Mr & Mrs "I'm gonna teach you a lesson" Voter ... you just screwed us on so many levels)
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To: Mo1

grrrrr ... note to self .. pay attention when typing

will the fringe stay home and not vote in 08 ... or = will the fringe get out and vote in 08 .. or


50 posted on 11/25/2006 9:34:02 AM PST by Mo1 (Thank You Mr & Mrs "I'm gonna teach you a lesson" Voter ... you just screwed us on so many levels)
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