Finally comes acceptance
Posted by aogFriday, 30 May 2008 at 10:54 TrackBack Ping URL

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erp Friday, 30 May 2008 at 11:43

Charming.

Annoying Old Guy Friday, 30 May 2008 at 16:33

Just as charming the candidate himself.

Brad S Friday, 30 May 2008 at 18:43

“Embrace the Suck” is actually the slogan for the next two years for the GOP.

Oh well, once McCain loses to the Obamessiah, the GOP can get on with the other Ultimate Act of Burying the Hatchet: Electing a politician from the State of South Carolina, President. Yes, Lindsey Graham, Mark Sanford, and Jim DeMint are each capable of stirring up enough grass roots support to get to the nomination in ‘12.

Gronker Friday, 30 May 2008 at 21:09

If you had asked me 6 months ago, I would have said that the Dems had this thing locked up. The lefties could run a dead racoon and still win. It was depressing.

That said, I think this thing is a total tossup. All the heavy lifting of showing that Obama is completely unqualified and unprepared for national office. Hilary is doing it with gusto, saving McCain from looking like the bad guy. Hilary will continue to destroy Dem unity to assure herself a run in 2012.

McCain was not in my top 5 in the GOP. Far too liberal for me. I was worried that he wouldnt have the chops to energize the conservative base, but its becomming clear that whatever Dem wins will energize the Rep base quite nicely. And McCain is getting quite strong support from the middle and the right side of the left. When Obama supporters say they will vote for McCain over Hillary, you have to stop and think.

The war is turning out to NOT be as large of a factor in the election except for the extremes on either side, whose vote is already a given. The economy and jobs, though truely a non-issue, are turning out to be the middle’s issue. And McCain is strong there.

Personally, Id rather see a Newt/Boortz ticket (Snicker), but I really only care that we keep a dem out of the whitehouse. Dems are likely to get strong majorities in both the house and senate. If they get the white house too, I think there could be alot of damage done. And Commander in Chief Obama is a nightmare I dont want to see.

Embrace the suck.

cjm Saturday, 31 May 2008 at 21:23

only people who didn’t have to make it through the carter years (spit) would worry about obama. he won’t get elected, but if he did he would be buried on the frst day, and never get anything done. even the gop can roll this chump. in short, he’s a grade-A p***y.

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