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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by rdowns, Nov 1, 2008.
I burst out laughing as I read this.
Mccain's polling numbers plummet 30% after Dick Cheney announcement.
Lol, I really want to see them comment on this one.
I think being endorsed by Cheney might be even worse than being endorsed by Al Qaeda.
I'd gauge them roughly the same, after all, to the Mccain camp, a terrorist is a terrorist right?*
*Disclaimer: Proven acts of terrorism are not officially considered terrorism as long as the parties involved have the same views.
The timing is so patently bad, I almost get the feeling that Cheney has some secret long-held grudge against McCain and wants to put the final nail in his campaign's coffin...
When a McCain endorsement is the headline at huffingtonpost.com, but isn't mentioned on foxnews.com, you can do the math...
Back during the primaries, there was talk that there were undisclosed elements within the Bush administration that would rather see Hillary Clinton become president than any of the Republican candidates.
It gorked one news cycle, then disappeared. Makes me think it wasn't some media elite's fantasy after all ...
Their standard was, IIRC, "A terrorist is someone who's trying to destroy this nation's Capitol."
Well, if the shoe fits...
Even Ann Coulter preferred Hillary over McCain(!). Half-jokingly of course, but her point was that she found Hillary to be more conservative on the issues than McCain.
From the article:
Is Obama a radical leftist socialist -- the most liberal in congress, or is he Dick Cheney's cousin?
with friends like cheney...
Ooo... that's a noggin-scratcher.
I'll have to get back to you after I decided if he's a secret Muslim or an angry black Christian.
"sits around waiting on monday when Bush makes a state of the union adress to say McCains the man "
its now wonder the mccain camp waited until two days before the elction to annouce this endorsement
obama could've run this ad alot sooner