Thursday, September 18, 2008

If I've Lost Drew, I've Lost... Well, Not Much

During the Vietnam War Lyndon Johnson famously said, "If I've lost Cronkite, I've lost middle America."

Well Johnson lost Cronkite. And John McCain just lost... Elizabeth Drew.

Who? you ask.

She's the author of "Citizen McCain." She used to like him (when he was a loser) now, not so much. Funny, how that is with some people. As long a Republican loses nominations and elections, he's a great guy. Now that McCain has won one, and is in danger of winning another, he's "not a principled man."

Baloney. Agree or disagree with McCain he is more principled than MOST politicians.

When it comes to principles, Barack Obama -- and his record of sucking up to the Democratic machine in Chicago, a racist pastor for street cred, and an unrepentant domestic terrorist for a job handing out a $100 million for a failed education reform program -- is no Mahatma Ghandi.

Maybe Ms. Drew will turn to one of the lesser more principled candidates: Bob Barr or Ron Paul. She could even write-in Dennis Kucinich. He's principled. Crazy, but principled.

1 Comments:

Anonymous randal said...

Yeah, funny how all these Dems considered McCain a longtime friend, a moderate, a “maverick” and all around good guy …until he became a threat to their Affirmative Action Candidate. Now suddenly he’s the worst guy ever and “Bush 2!”.

It’s good to see you finally refer to Obama’s Reverend Wright as what he is: a racist pastor.

September 18, 2008 at 10:26 AM 

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