Sunday, June 29, 2008

A Few Quick Questions

The questions are in response to this article:

Retired Gen. Wesley Clark, a former Democratic presidential candidate now supporting Barack Obama, said Sunday John McCain's military service does not automatically qualify him to be commander in chief.

Underscoring during a national television appearance a position he has been expressing for several weeks, Clark said performing heroic military service is not a substitute for gaining command experience.

Why would this not be more of a qualifying factor than the things Obama has done?

Can it not be said that McCain's actions prove a genuine love of this country?

Which is better, McCain serving this country or Obama attending an anti-American church for twenty years?

I am not a big McCain supporter either. As a matter of fact, a lot of the things he supports are things I completely disagree with. As of right now I will not be voting for either. I must admit though, the fact that not voting for McCain is like voting for Obama is weighing on my mind. McCain is the ultimate RINO. That makes it almost impossible for me to vote for him. Notice I said almost. Obama is the ultimate socialist. That may be enough for me to overcome that "almost impossible" thing.

I would like to leave you with this message for the RNC:

Clean up your act. As much as you admire the way the democratic base rallies around their nominees, you DO NOT share the same type of fortune. Sure there are a large number of them that will, but there is also a significant amount of us that will not. Myself, and a large number of others are disgruntled enough to live through 4 or 8 years of democratic reign in order to force the party to awaken to the fact that we are not willing to accept that the party is moving to the left at a rapid pace. I may vote for McCain. McCain has not one thing to do with this. I will tell you another thing; you are lucky the democrats nominated such a "far left" candidate. There were two democratic candidates that could have made me consider voting for McCain. Obama is definitely one of those two. You have already lost any chance of monetary support from me. You may have lost my vote as well.

1 comment:

Kathy said...

I totally support you! RNC needs to wake up as well as the Texas PT. Career politicians are made at the expense of grassroots. We need to look long and hard who we vote for or against for that matter.