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To: DoughtyOne; rabscuttle385; mkjessup; Hildy; All

Ping ‘em!

“In 2000, McCain became a spokesman for a gun control organization (now defunct) called Americans for Gun Safety, a group that advocated licensing and registering all gun owners. The group ran radio and TV ads with McCain supporting ballot initiatives in Colorado and Oregon that would impose McCain’s favorite restrictions on gun shows.”

2 posted on 02/20/2010 9:18:25 AM PST by AuntB (WE are NOT a nation of immigrants! We're a nation of Americans!
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To: AuntB; stephenjohnbanker; rabscuttle385; mkjessup; Hildy; All

John has sold us out over and over and over again.

I have wanted to see this guy gone since the late 1990s, when I became aware of what a bastard he truly is.

John’s punitive measures directed at Bush after November 2000, made it clear that nothing was more important to him than himself.

John started a full bore talking head appearance Juggernaut that lasted for years, that undercut Bush and more importantly the Republican party.

This could have been a good thing if it has been done to move Bush to the right, but it was directed at disagreeing with Bush, and belittling him more than anything else.

John was the leftist media’s best friend in those days.

Folks, I was not a big Bush fan. I didn’t care for him. I would have liked to have seen him rule more to the right, but I did not constantly disagee with everything he did. If it was good, I praised him for it. MeCain on the other hand, didn’t like anything Bush did. He attacked most everything Bush did with one exception. He liked the immigration reform plans of Bush. Other than that he hurled so many second guesses, that some of them were bound to be right. On countless things, he was dead wrong.

He tried to take credit for the surge, but this was just one of hundreds of disagreements with Bush, that MeCain luckily got right. The others just faded off with nobody remembering them.

Nobody did more to defeat the Republicans between 2001 and 2009, than John MeCain. He even developed working relationships with George Soros, Terresa Heinz Kerry, and the Tides Foundation. Folks, can we be honest here? Jesus Christ didn’t extend his influence by teaming up with Satan.

That’s a lesson lost on John MeCain, because he has sided with the worst players we know and their minions. He has opposed everything we stand for at one time or another.

You don’t mingle with Soros, both Kerrys, Kennedy, Feingold, Lieberman, and others to support lefist ideology, unless you’re a fellow traveler.

This man has got to do. If we as Republicans can’t remove him, we’re the most ineffective party in the history of man. The Republican party has major problems, but even the R.P. pales in comparison to John MeCain. If it can’t get rid of him, it is dead to me.

Do you hear me Steele?

34 posted on 02/20/2010 10:08:23 AM PST by DoughtyOne (God, Family, Friends, Home, Town, State, the U.S., Conservatism, Free Republic & a dollar a day...)
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