Thursday, October 9, 2008

John McCain for VP?



I have committed my share of public verbal gaffes, but this is too funny to overlook.

7 comments:

Frontier Forest said...

After his dull performance Tuesday night, every Republican I have talked with is saying the same thing. “Where has the fiery John McCain gone?” Not allowing Palin to appear on OReilly is a downright stupid move! Whoever is running the McCain campaign is not in touch with anger that every American is feeling! We need to hear something fresh, and I am afraid it ain’t going to come from McCain. It’s is probably too late, but McCain does have one final shot left next Wednesday night. He had better show up with some real firepower!

Reepicheep said...

Oh..on the election...I think you can just about stick a fork in McCain- he's done.

Wayne said...

Oh man! That's hilarious!

Rick Calohan said...

Oh come on you guys, do you honestly think McCain is going to lose this election? Do you know in 1980 Ronald Reagan was in the same position as McCain, that accept for Gallop it is a statistical dead heat among the 13,000+ surveyed. C’mon lets get fired up, both McCain and Palin were on H & C last night and who knows perhaps by Wednesday we shall know that Barrack Obama is not a US Citizen, that his associations with radicals Ailes, Wright, and Flagger will sink in and resonate with the voters. Perhaps by next Wednesday McCain will point out the fact that Obama is a communist and that McCain knows about Communist after spending 4 years in the Hanoi Hilton while Barrack was in a madrassa in Indonesia. Let me remind you that we who know better should join the cause for truth, justice, and the American way.

“I'm not running for president because I think I'm blessed with such
personal greatness that history has anointed me to save our country in
its hour of need.
My country saved me. My country saved me, and I cannot forget it. And
I will fight for her for as long as I draw breath, so help me God.
My friends, if you find faults with our country, make it a better one.
If you're disappointed with the mistakes of government, join its ranks
and work to correct them. Enlist...
Enlist in our Armed Forces. Become a teacher. Enter the ministry. Run
for public office. Feed a hungry child. Teach an -- an illiterate
adult to read. Comfort the afflicted. Defend the rights of the
oppressed.
Our country will be the better, and you will be the happier, because
nothing brings greater happiness in life than to serve a cause greater
than yourself.
I'm going to fight for my cause every day as your president. I'm going
to fight to make sure every American has every reason to thank God, as
I thank him, that I'm an American, a proud citizen of the greatest
country on Earth. And with hard work -- with hard word, strong faith,
and a little courage, great things are always within our reach.
Fight with me. Fight with me.
Fight for what's right for our country. Fight for the ideals and
character of a free people.
Fight for our children's future. Fight for justice and opportunity for all.
Stand up to defend our country from its enemies. Stand up for each
other, for beautiful, blessed, bountiful America.
Stand up, stand up, stand up, and fight.
Nothing is inevitable here. We're Americans, and we never give up.
We never quit.
We never hide from history. We make history.
Thank you, and God bless you, and God bless America.”
John McCain, GOP acceptance speech September 4, 2008

Reepicheep said...

I remember Ronald Reagan...I felt like I knew Ronald Reagan...You sir (John McCain), are no Ronald Reagan...

I hope you're right Rick.

Roger Mann said...

"John McCain is no Ronald Reagan"...the understatement of the year!!! But Sarah Palin is great (and looks pretty good too)!

By the way, I agree with Rick. The polls aren’t reflecting reality here. They all had Gore and Kerry winning in 2000 and 2004 (including the exit polls on election day), and they all turned out to be wrong! Additionally, with Oboma’s Ayers-Acorn-Fannie Mae-Odinga (watch Hannity & Colmes on Monday)-Wright alliances being consistently exposed over the next three weeks, the poll numbers should start to shift in McCain/Palin’s favor. Remember, “it ain’t over till the fat lady sings!”

Reepicheep said...

I hope Rick and Roger are right, believe me I do.