Sunday, June 08, 2008

More on Why I hope John McCain Loses

I say let the Dems have the White House come next January.

Reason 1: Treasonous (to the Reagan Conservative cause) and corrupt behavior should not be rewarded or we'll get more of it. McCain is no Reganite and he is certainly not a conservative.

Reason 2. McCain is the 2nd most liberal Republican in the Senate. Why would I vote for a guy who does not believe in my values? And does anyone think that if John McCain wins after giving the conservative movement the finger all DURING THE CAMPAIGN, no less, he will suddenly decide to return to the conservative side of the street? HARDLY. He will go even farther left. It would not surprise me at all if he selects Hillary as the replacement for Justice Ginsburg. I can't see Obama doing that.

Reason 3. McCain is of a discern-ably low IQ. On issue after issue he is at odds with his own stated positions. He doesn't understand economics, and he certainly is not familiar with the lack of evidence for so-called Anthropogenic Global Warming. I know why Obama supports the AGW theory; to give himself more power. McCain either wants the same thing through his support of the hoax of AGW or he has no clue as to the reality of the situation. I think it is more likely he is clueless.

Reason 4. McCain is a hypocrite. He constantly talks about being a "straight talker" but changes his position as often as he changes his underwear. He was for open borders, then he wasn't then he was again. He says he'll nominate constructionists to the court but he says he thinks that Alito is too conservative. He says he is a fiscal conservative but is behind the single biggest government money and power grab since the New Deal only now it is called "Cap and Trade".

The list could go on and on. But the bottom line is, McCain will destroy the conservative movement if he is elected. Obama will strengthen it if he is elected. Of the two, America survives best with a strong conservative movement and therefore, Obama MUST win