To: Alter Kaker
Let’s face the facts. Most “conservatives” will slink into the voting booth and vote for Sen. McCain regardless of what he does or says. Sure. They’ll talk the talk about being dsisappointed, and whine and moan all the way. But when the day is done, they’ll still line up to vote for him.
The GOP is well aware of this, which is precisely why we have seen so little progress on issues like the deficit, abortion, and border security over the years.
posted on 08/15/2008 4:10:55 AM PDT
by RKBA Democrat
(Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner!)
To: RKBA Democrat
Not this conservative. I can't speak for anyone else, but it is already all I can make myself do, to go and cast a vote for the Republican candidate as matters stood. It was always much easier to just sit it out, if not write in another name. It will be an easy matter to not vote for McCain, if he chooses a pro-abort VP. It was already difficult to vote for him, based on his stances on other issues, such as immigration, the climate change hoax, etc. If he chooses a pro-abort VP, he just simplified matters for me greatly, and has lost my vote. No matter what anyone thinks is the government's role regarding abortion-I as an individual will not make myself complicit in supporting people who will help upholds laws allowing the murder of babies. That's my personal stance. He has his, I have mine.
posted on 08/15/2008 9:11:43 AM PDT
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