Thursday, January 24, 2008

I am definitely putting Rick Moran on the blogroll

I was going to link a post from him (via Say anything -which is giving F/F fits)about how the Clinton machine will do anything to anyone to get over...
That would have been a good excuse to use El Capitains photoshopped Hillary image..but it can wait. (another thank-you-very-much to Bill Gates and VISTA)

I was scrolling down looking for the post in question when I saw this one that pretty much echos my sentiments.

But I must confess to being totally uninterested in who gets the Republican nod for the nomination from here on out. I will, like Bob Krumm, vote for Fred in the Super Tuesday primary in Illinois. I will then be able to sit back and watch with amusement as the party turns handsprings trying to make John McCain acceptable to most of the rest of us.

By the time the convention rolls around, McCain will be seen as a savior, just the right man to defeat Hillary Clinton. We can then be further amused as McCain loses handily to Clinton, admittedly as a result of factors largely beyond his control but which could have been mitigated by nominating someone who didn’t deliberately (and with apparent relish) piss off conservatives for much of his career. McCain’s questionable stands on core conservative issues are expertly covered up by his campaign. But Mark Levin exposed the senator’s record in a devastating piece in NRO that included these legislative measures with McCain’s name on them:

McCain-Feingold — the most brazen frontal assault on political speech since Buckley v. Valeo.

McCain-Kennedy — the most far-reaching amnesty program in American history.

McCain-Lieberman — the most onerous and intrusive attack on American industry — through reporting, regulating, and taxing authority of greenhouse gases — in American history.

McCain-Kennedy-Edwards — the biggest boon to the trial bar since the tobacco settlement, under the rubric of a patients’ bill of rights.

McCain-Reimportation of Drugs — a significant blow to pharmaceutical research and development, not to mention consumer safety…

McCain’s disdain for the party and for conservatives will almost surely come back to haunt him in November if he is the nominee.

Or let’s say the unexpected happens and Daddy Warbucks outlasts McCain and buys his way to victory. Here’s a guy who wouldn’t be able to remember what he said previously about an issue, the end result being he would end up flipping and flopping so much the media would have to keep a scorecard as to where he stood on an issue on any given day.


And Remember, Mitts state (Commonwealth?)"universal Healthcare" plan is only two years old and almost a BILLION Dollars in the red already- AND they're fining 'the rich' for ,,,,ummmm being rich in Mass. Because they're either paying too much- or not enough for health insurance.

Huckabee isn't much more than a white Alan Keyes- with less ethics and a better PR machine.

And Rudy has enough baggage to give the MSM enough ammo to blow another grand canyon wherever he's campaigning.

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