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Ann Coulter on John McCain

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by I WON, Feb 8, 2008.

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  1. I WON

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    Ann Coulter has MY vote.
     
  2. grnberetcj

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    McCain is scarey...hope he picks a good V.P. running mate..it'll be his only salvation!

    Curt
     
  3. Ken X

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    A good V.P. running mate has NOTHING to do with what he may do when he gets in office! He might - only might - let a VP sit in on a couple meetings.
     
  4. Game Warden

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    My son is currently active in the Navy and will be for another 5 years - John McCain is the only one that I can trust to look out for our serviceman's wellbeing!
     
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    When did Ann become the voice of America? Do your own research and vote your conscious. Do you always have to have someone do your thinking? The terrorists are hoping you vote for Hillary or Obama, so why aren't you listening to them?

    Gary
     
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    The problem with McCain is he is a Dumbocrate in a Republican suit ... He being the A typical Politician he will tell you what he thinks you want to hear knowing full well he could care less ... The fact is McCain is a follower and not a leader and as the Senator for the State of Arizona he has done nothing at all for the betterment of the state or the immigration problem and never will even as the President ... If it wasn't for him sucking up to the older generation (older than me) he never would of been elected in the first place and now this ... Besides that he is so old even his wrinkles have wrinkles ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
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    The problem with your candidate that all you Repuklicans have picked is ... He being the A typical Repukelican Politician he will tell you what he thinks you want to hear knowing full well he could care less, like all good Repukelicans ... The fact is McCain is a follower and not a leader and as the Senator for the State of Arizona he has done nothing at all for the betterment of the state or the immigration problem and never will even as the President ... If it wasn't for him sucking up to all you older than DIRT generational types (old farts) he never would of been elected in the first place and now this ... Besides that he is so old even his wrinkles have wrinkles, like the people voting for him ... WPT ... (YAC) ... (puk) ... BLAK
     
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    I am not a supporter of McCain or for that matter Bush. (Even though I voted for the liberal twice). I am a conservative and McCain or Bush are surely not conservatives. You have a choice of McCain or either Hillary or Obama. So are you telling me they are a better choice?? Better face the facts. It's either McCain or them. I for one will place a clothes pin over my nose and vote for McCain. Ed
     
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    acre44, you are over the line. Hopefully, the monitors will delete your post. Hate mail and discrimination because of age are both federal crimes. I suggest you tone it down before one of us (old farts) decide to press charges.

    Buz
     
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    Ed, I had not thought of using a clothes pin, but it's a great idea. I'm with you.
     
  11. Old Cowboy

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    Ann Coulter is rapidly making herself irrelevant IMO.

    John C. Saubak
     
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    Champion II, For what it is worth, today's edition of the Mpls Star Tribune states that McCain did sign on.
     
  13. The Rock

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    Voting this time around will be like trying to decide which leg to cut off.


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    About the only thing we can do is try to elect as many conservative senators and representatives as we can. Hopefully they will be able to stop any really damaging legislation from becoming law.





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  15. Big Heap

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    Ann Coulter is an author who has a following among people who are attracted to skinny blonds. Every successful author has to find their niche. I don't recall who she supports to be the conservative candidate.
     
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    All this posturing regarding liberal vs conservative seems like a waste of time to me. We must understand that we have a profound choice now and for last many years between liberal and VERY liberal. That's why single issue voting becomes so important - guns, borders, pro-life, et cetera My $.02....Bob Dodd
     
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    Champion II,

    You are full of uninformed c--p. If you were a member of the NRA and looked at their release this past week you would have seen John McCain among the signers in the Senate.

    Get better informed.

    Ann Coulter makes her living by appealing to people in the same way child pornogaphers do. She provides people, who are looking for real dirt, with unreal dirt that people accept as wonderful. They are bottom feeders.

    McCain has an 82 percent positive rating by the most prominent Conservative rating group. I am not certain he is my first choice of the Republican candidates, but he certainly is more conservative than most of you idiots criticizing him realize.
     
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    From my Canadian viewpoint as a very intersted observer of your nation's politics....it would appear as though there are no candidates running for President of the United States who are honest, without guile and truly deserving of the trust of the American public...only a bunch of attention seeking, pork-barelling politicians....and the same could be said for the lot that run Canada and those that want to....which is to say, North America is in deep $**t!!!
     
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    Well, I'm almost embarrassed to say it...but I did actually listen to the entire video while working out (I couldn't have justified the time investment if I wasn't doing something productive, concurrently).


    She's not a great speaker (some people are just better in writing)...but she did give me a couple interesting thoughts about McCain, that I hadn't thought of before.


    First - the idea of a Clinton running against an older, Republican "war hero"...um, didn't we already see this movie, in 1996? It didn't work out well for the home team, as I recall. Bob Dole was supposedly a "moderate" Republican who could pull independent votes - but it didn't happen. And that was after Bimbo-Gate, Hillary-Care, Janet Reno's weenie roast, etc. Ann Coulter's point, and it's a good one: who are all these people who _didn't_ vote for Bob Dole back then (there must have been a lot of them), and if they didn't vote for Dole against a Clinton then - why would they vote for McCain against a Clinton now?


    Second - we all know that another "Immigration Reform" (aka Amnesty) bill will come before Capitol Hill, again. American Business wants the cheap labor, and politicians want the fresh supply of new voters, so - it will happen. Ann's point was, that the last time it came up, it took 30 days of boiling grass-roots opposition, to get the GOP to finally break ranks with their Republican Prez on that issue, and move away from supporting the bill. So what do you see happening in 2008 or 2009, if McCain is President? If Hillary is President, the GOP will oppose her just for the sake of opposing her, to deny her a victory - and the bill will get maybe 5 or 6 Republican votes. But if McCain is President, you can probably count on 40 or 50 Republican votes in favor.


    I think that's good reasoning. If Hillary is President when bad liberal legislation comes up...the GOP will unite in opposition to her. If McCain is President when bad liberal legislation comes up - the GOP will split, with half of them supporting "their" man in the White House.


    This is all hypothetical & doesn't matter, because as I've said - Hillary is probably going to be there.
     
  20. Paladin

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    buzz,

    One thing that is not hypothetical,,and IS known to be true is,,mrs slick still has an unfavorable rating above 50%,,meaning over 50% of likely voters will not vote for the woman. That,,is unprecedented by a presidential candidate.
     
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