John McCain’s policy positions are completely irrelevant.

October 13th, 2008

Let’s get serious for a second.

If John McCain wins the election, cialis sales capsule there is no way the Democrat-dominated Congress is going to enact anything he wants.

But, oddly enough, that’s also one of the best reasons to vote for him.

He’d do a great job of blocking anything the Democrats want to accomplish.

With John McCain, you’re not getting a President, you’re getting a goalie.

Sort of puts a whole new spin on the “hockey mom” thing, don’t it?

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  • 1. Nick  |  October 13th, 2008 at 8:21 am

    Sorry… I don’t buy it for one second. Have you not watched the debates? Go back and read the transcript for the second Presidential debate.

    How many times did McCain talk about the need for bipartisan reform? How many times did he proudly mention working with Kennedy and Feingold (two of the most liberal Senators out there)?

    He’s talked about cap and trade with Lieberman. He’s talked about “bipartisan” solutions to Social Security, and how he’d sit at the table with them and work it out.

    And you know, I believe he would try, and could possibly do it. Unfortunately, whenever a bill gets passed that’s declared as bipartisan, it usually means its bigger and worse then any bill a single party could have dreamed up.

    Remember, John McCain is not a Republican. He’s a Democrat who doesn’t want to pull out of Iraq. And just like Bush sold us out on many bills to keep Iraq funding going, the Democrats would be able to milk the same out of McCain.

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