I often wonder if America would be better or worse now,if John and Sarah won and Obama lost.
I don't think so necessarily, in fact we might be exactly the same with one exception and that is the Majority of people would blame "President McCain" for where we are rather than "President Bush".
i think the real question is "why do people think it matters which bozo is in the White House?"
I'd like to see you say that to the parents of a soldier slain or maimed in Iraq or Afghanistan. It matters.
I have tried to get one Obama critic to admit the best man won and in reality deep down they are glad he did. I guess that would be like saying they were wrohg headed and that's too much to ask.
Hi Junko. I will admit I believe the best man won.
That is not to say I believe the best candidate for office won.
But IMHO that candidate was a she, not a he.
Was a time I admired McCain very much.
Not the right person to do this job at this juncture in history, however.
In restrospect, I really wish McCain had won the 2000 GOP primary. He might have won against Gore, and it's possible that as a veteran of a misguided war himself, McCain might have taken a moment or two to think about the probable consequences of invading Iraq.
I totally agree with you Jeff,
McCain would have been a great president in 2000 and he does have the needed experience and enough common sense to lead America. Bush was a total disaster and we are going to pay his mistakes - both in foreign policeies and domestic affairs - for a very long time.
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