Skip to comments.McCain Goes Nuclear: “Shame On Barack Obama”
Posted on 04/27/2012 3:36:36 PM PDT by RobinMasters
Republicans amp up attacks on Obama for campaigning on Bin Laden's slaying. Shamelessly turning the one decision he got right into a pathetic political act of self-congratulation, says McCain.
Here's the Arizona Senator's full statement:
"Shame on Barack Obama for diminishing the memory of September 11th and the killing of Osama bin Laden by turning it into a cheap political attack ad. This is the same President who once criticized Hillary Clinton for invoking bin Laden 'to score political points.'
"This is the same President who said, after bin Laden was dead, that we shouldn't 'spike the ball' after the touchdown. And now Barack Obama is not only trying to score political points by invoking Osama bin Laden, he is doing a shameless end-zone dance to help himself get reelected.
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You are right. FWIW, it was shameless a year ago when Obama had a hasty little speech the day they got Osama. It was an embarrassing display. He couldn’t even wait till the next day, or the next whatever until all intel could be digested.
Ted Kennedy did a lot of harm with immigration in particular, IMO.
Hey McCain..., nothing to fear from a Barack Obama administration. Just relax bud...
One seriously screwed up old bastard there.
GW Bush decimated our country with his spending and pandering to the RAT bastard demoRATs. GW Bush's "Islam is a religion of peace", "many roads lead to heaven", McCain-Feingold 2002, Trillion dollar prescription drug boondoggle, No child left behind, doing more to advance politically correct nonsense, and the list goes on. GW Bush may not be in the top 2-3, but he is in the top 5 of the worst presidents of our country. Which is really sad, because if he had any balls or pro-American conservative principles at all inside him, and if had governed as a principled conservative (especially with a GOP House & Senate), he could have gone down as one of America's greatest presidents. Instead he's in the top 5 worst presidents, and for good measure destroyed the Repub party between 2006-2008.
I stand corrected. I can live without em too and plan to do so.
Damn McCain and damn the GOP. They gave us this bum and we,like good party members,gave support and voted for him even though it made our noses burn and skin crawl because we had no other choice
And now the GOP is going to saddle us with McCain part two.Mitt Romney is a weak,empty suit. Fake smile,spray on tan is very fitting to this fake conservative.
Shame on the GOP...and damn them to hell.
Its the timeless argument: is a hardcore prog leftist worse for America than a Establishment/Rino Sellout?
We may have the answer if Robamney is our next, King I mean, President.
I think Obama’s statement about the killing of Osama had the first person pronoun 16 times, or something like that. He wanted to be sure the country credited him with the achievement. Someone contrasted that with George W. Bush’s statement when Saddam Hussein was captured—entirely focused on praising the troops who accomplished the deed.
I think there is a movement to the cities at the state level. So states like Washington which were red are now becoming blue and entrenched blue states like California.
So the electoral map is soon going to be set in stone for many major government-bigbusiness states which attract worker yokels and “hand me a job” for free types. It’s like locusts. They go there to work and then they vote again liberal, or their children do because the cities have their kids to brainwash at schools.
So, there is no way out of Obama and Democrates unless them and their language get pretty much impeached. However a blood bath between Democrates and GOP-E is more preferable than the GOP-E to blame conservatives while liberals stand there hoping the GOP-e will help them disarm us, so that full communist-socialist dictatorship (the end) is obtainable via the means (constant oppression to the end of times).
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