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McCain: Overlook My Poor Judgment

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Posted on Nov 13, 2006
John McCain
From MSNBC

On “Meet the Press,” John McCain asked Americans to ignore the fact that he predicted last December that the situation in Iraq would improve by now. He then asked Americans to trust his judgment that more troops should be sent to Iraq.

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By AMIGO, November 15, 2006 at 5:31 pm Link to this comment
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Did anyone know that [it was on ‘Colbert’ last night] a few months ago,  when asked by a reporter what he would do if the Dems won both the House and the Senate, McCain replied that “he will commit suicide”!  Senator, we have been waiting - - - I am telling you, the man has no inetgrity whatsoever.

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By Sharon Ash, November 15, 2006 at 3:16 pm Link to this comment
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There was a time when I believed that John McCain deserved consideration for my vote should he run for president.  However, when John Kerry pleaded with him to stand tall in the 2004 elections and say what both Kerry and McCain knew, and that was that our troops had been sent into battle without proper body armor, McCain instead, stood with Bush.  He put his political career above our troops dying in battle.  Now, of course, the facts are out that what Kerry was saying about the body armor was a fact and that 80% of the serious upper body wounds could have been prevented with the proper armor.  McCain is just another sellout politician interested in his career.  A block of salt.

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By saul, November 14, 2006 at 10:16 pm Link to this comment
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We owe John like Bob Dole for their service in the armed services, they pwe us for becoming political whores

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By Bluestocking, November 14, 2006 at 8:55 pm Link to this comment
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There’s an old saying which seems remarkably apropos here and which sums up my sentiments very succinctly…

FOOL ME ONCE, SHAME ON YOU—FOOL ME TWICE, SHAME ON ME.

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By Louise, November 14, 2006 at 8:10 pm Link to this comment
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SEN. McCAIN: “I can only do what I think is best for these young men and women who are in the military. To do otherwise would be immoral and dishonorable. I believe that we have sacrificed enormously because of mistakes that have been made that were serious, which have been well-chronicled on this program and in many books.”

You said it Mr. McCain, but I don’t get it.

When you signed the Military Commission Act of 2006 you sent a clear message to those men and women in the military.
Forget that oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, forget freedom and the Bill Of Rights. Forget all that corny stuff you believe your fighting and dieing for, just forget it.

How do you square that with sending even more to fight and die Mr. McCain?
Immoral and dishonorable. You said it

Do yourself and all of us a favor and skip your Sunday appearance for a while.

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By Rick, November 14, 2006 at 3:20 pm Link to this comment
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I agree that McCain has lost all credibility with his support of the Military Commissions Act. As much as I appreciate his service to this country, it is my view that anyone who voted in favor of this legislation is a traitor to the Constitution.

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By "retrun to Sender package DENIED!", November 14, 2006 at 11:19 am Link to this comment
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I would not vote RED even if you gave me 1,000,000, CASH!  They are Wolfs in Sheeps clothing, according to my 9th grade daughter, son and hubby!

No way No how!

Return all Red ones to SENDER, Now!

Sincerely
Concerned Mother

Ps>  It amazes me HOW MANY of these guys think the job of president is “earn while YOU learn”!  They all THINK they are all qualified!

NO THANK YOU to McCain!


Proven Track Record NEED ONLY APPLY!..... Next

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By Manny, November 13, 2006 at 6:54 pm Link to this comment
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A game player that lost all respect when he trashed the Geneva Convention protections that protected him in Vietnam. A now you see me and now you don’t politician.

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By Marv, November 13, 2006 at 5:11 pm Link to this comment
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John McCain should retire.

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By suziq, November 13, 2006 at 4:59 pm Link to this comment
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How can any Americans trust his judgement?  Time and time again, McCain spoke out against the administration one day, then the next day we see him at a presidential photo-op looking like the little boy who got caught with his hand in the cookie jar.  What do they have on him? How can we trust him at all when we see him whoring for support with Fallwell? I used to admire McCain, but now I see him as just another ambitious politician playing the game.

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