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February 07, 2008

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I was captured by McCain's speech today. He said to those of us (That ususally disagree with him) That he will seek council in the Republicans and Conservatives he will surround himself with should we disagree.

He said he will keep the Bush tax cut's permanent.

And will be a warrior in the War on Terror.

He will appoint Conservative Judges to the SCOTUS.

I think he just told me all I needed to know. If he is willing to work with me I am willing to work with him.

So........... Go John McCain!!!!

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Blogger The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

Fine, then...Go McCain!!!

February 07, 2008 12:17 PM  
Anonymous phillip said...

Just read the speech online. A very smart move on Romney's part. I think he very much sees it as similar to Reagan in 1976, an unsuccessful run but one that positioned him as the "heir apparent" for the next GOP presidential nomination. The only difference is that Reagan rode a general wave of conservatism that was on the ascendant in 1980. Today, the country seems to be moving from the right back towards the center. Younger voters are leaning leftwards more than in recent years. Still, Romney did the smart thing here by withdrawing.

February 07, 2008 12:51 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


LOL! Fine the Go McCain good? Or Go McCain Bad?

I just listened to McCains speech and I guess he got me because he promised to work with us that disagree with him on certain issues and consult the Republicans and Conservatives he will surround himself with if we disagree!

Keep the Bush tax cuts permanent , and I think he said he would concentrate on building the Friggen Damn Fence!!

Excellant in the War On Terror So...

If he can go that way...then he will get my vote :-)


If you remember when Reagan first ran for President and (Won) he went through this mess too.

But as time went along he won by a landslide.

I think McCain will draw everyone in which will be a good thing.

February 07, 2008 1:03 PM  
Blogger The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

Younger voters are leaning leftwards more than in recent years.

I think I saw or heard a study somewhere, that showed young people were doing this, because they are influenced by the issue of global warming.

I am still a skeptic on the "scare" issue and also in how much influence man is actually having on climate change. But I can live with McCain's views on it, even as I disagree. Because even if we're just throwing money down the toilet, it's not like the world's going to end, because we actually supported the belief in the dangers of global warming, and tried to do something about it (as if anything would be enough to alter the course without bringing China and India on board).

I actually think McCain's more conservative than not, no matter how our side was whipped up into a frenzy over him.

He may get under our skin, he may not do everything right; but he's been more right than left.

February 07, 2008 10:17 PM  
Blogger Daniel Ruwe said...

I can't say I'm very enthusiastic, but... Go McCain!

February 08, 2008 7:20 AM  
Blogger Gayle said...

Well, I was able to get in here today. I can't figure out what the problem was last night, but I couldn't load your page for anything!

I saw both Romney's and McCain's speeches, Marie. They were both excellent! I'm so glad you're not another blogger I have to try to convince to be reasonable! I'm really upset by Republicans who are saying they would throw their votes away rather than vote for McCain. To me it makes no sense at all. Good going, girlfriend, and bless you for standing behind the Republican party

February 08, 2008 8:01 AM  
Anonymous SimplyKimberly said...

There is really nothing that John McCain could do or say that would make me enthusiastic about voting for him at this point. There is just too much water under the bridge.

The one thing that might actually get me to vote for him is a good VP pick - a top notch conservative that would be in line for the POTUS in 2012.

I am really disgusted this year. The idea of voting for someone so repugnant to me makes me quite ill. But he is not Hillary and not Obama and I recognize the differences especially in the war on terror and judges.

But Fred! still gets my vote in the primary. That is my conscience vote and I am not giving that up.

February 08, 2008 8:06 AM  
Blogger Mark said...

Well, whether McCain is sincere or not remains to be seen.

But do keep in mind that the voice of the American people, and in particular, Conservatives, can keep him in check. He cannot stray too far from the base, or his administration will be completely ineffective.

The Democrats won't support him simply because he's a Republican, and the Republicans won't support him if he tries to legislate anything that's unconstitutional.

So, he has to do what we want him to. As is often said, "The squeaky wheel gets the grease."

Keep your vocal chords primed.

February 08, 2008 9:07 AM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


No I'm not one you have to convince to be reasonable but it looks like we are going to have our work cut out for us!

Thank's Gayle :-) I will alway's stand behind my Party!

I truly cant believe people will vote for Hillary or Obama or stay home before voting for McCain.


And I'm really beginning to get pissed off here.

I had two candidates drop out on me and did I leave the Conservative Plantation? NO

To me these people who are intending on staying home are acting like children who got thier favorite toy taken away from them by Jimmy, so they are never going over to Jimmy's house again!

Now how idiotic is that?

Gayle you and I should hook up and do a post and cuss out our own party!!

I'm about ready too.

February 08, 2008 9:20 AM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


LOL! That was not a very thrilling endorsement but at least you havent left the reservation :-)


I almost did the same thing at the voting booth, it was to late to get Fred off the ballot and I almost filled in that arrow and I thought... I'll just be throwing my vote away, so I voted for Romney.

But ok, so I lost Fred, then I lost Romney too, but I'll be damned if I am staying home or voting for a Liberal! To me, that is absolute insanity!


I agree. He said yesterday that he heard us!! People like you and I that didnt agree with alot of the positions he took.

And you're right, he will have hell to pay if he get's out of line with us because we will just do what we did with Amnesty, we killed it!

My vocal cords are primed and ready!

Glad to see you havent left the Reservation either :-)

February 08, 2008 10:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

'Conservative Plantation?' Interesting choice of words though a bit rascist don't you think? The GOP is a sinking ship. Your only candidate doesn't even have conservative values or support though you are so desperate and pathetic that you support somebody you disagree with. Being Republican is so sad right now. I am truly embarassed for you all. Though this is all your own pedophile, perverted, war mongering money grubbing, fault. I can't wait to wash my hands of your entire selfish party.

February 08, 2008 11:10 AM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


Get a life. I mean really!

February 08, 2008 11:38 AM  
Anonymous Phillip said...

Mark says "the Democrats won't support him simply because he's a Republican"...isn't it McCain's willingness (and ability) to work with Democrats that was part of what made you right-wingers so mad in the first place? You can't have the argument both ways. Remember also that McCain (and for that matter, Obama or Clinton) would be the first U.S. Senator to go directly to the White House from the floor of the Senate since JFK.

February 08, 2008 12:56 PM  
Blogger The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

I had two candidates drop out on me and did I leave the Conservative Plantation? NO

Neither has Romney; nor, I imagine will Fred (who, remember sounded as if there was anyone he'd endorse, it would have been McCain).

Romney's speech was about supporting the GOP nominee, for the good of the conservative movement, and the Party. His supporters should follow his lead, if they ever were truly supporters at all.

You can't have the argument both ways.

Just watch me Phillip.

February 08, 2008 1:03 PM  

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