Skip to comments.McCain says he will not endorse in 2012 GOP race
Posted on 06/12/2011 8:00:28 AM PDT by rabscuttle385
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This is good if it can keep him off the airwaves.
But of course!
Simple the Quisling Juan McCain will endorse the Commie Obama Punk,Would you expect anything more?
FU Juan McMondale-Dukakis
The money quote!!!....and a song to go with it at Palin rallys....
He’s simply hedging his bet. He’s so close to irrevelant that he’s afraid if he endorses someone and they lose he will finally become unwanted.
I also hope Huckabee doesn’t endorse her.
Im not sure who would want his endorsement...
So, Ms. Palin, how did that whole "payback" thing work out for you?
The only reason McCain won't endorse is because Barack Obama isn't far enough to the left for him.
Whats the 1st words out of his mouth?
Good old Johnnie. Always the militant “moderate”.
Which means he’ll be doing someone a HUGE favor!!
off topic and task, I know...but he is pretty talanted,,,
Thanks for the link!
You wrote: “When you dont have anything nice to say, dont say anything at all. What a jerk.”
Here’s a good example of that and the lack of other proper “discernments”:
Mr McCain told voters that Mr. Obama is “a decent person and a person you do not have to be scared of as president of the United States.”
McCain tells voters: We have nothing to fear with Barack Obama in the White House)
The Daily Mail ^ | 2008-10-13
John McCain is in more hot water after appearing to concede he could lose the US presidential election by telling voters they have nothing to fear with Barack Obama in the White House.
The extraordinary gaffe comes just three weeks before Election Day with the Republican candidate trailing badly in the polls.
Now Republican aides fear he may have further damaged his chances by accepting the possibility that he could be defeated. ......
Mr. McCain made his remark while appealing for calm on the campaign trail amid fears that angry outbursts from supporters were raging out of control.
After a particularly fired-up rally in Minnesota, Mr McCain was booed when he tried to soothe the crowd, defending Mr. Obama as “a decent person and a person you do not have to be scared of as president of the United States.”
McCain fights with his “maverick” and his “Senate Friend” sides.
He doesn’t look comfortable in either costume.
Here’s a recipe for a tie. Who’s the dumbest” John McPain or Republican primary voters?
Good! Now, just stay the hell out of it, Senator. we can make up our minds without you.
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