Friday, 5 September 2008

I don't want to fight.

Last night during Senator John McCain's speech, the Republican presidential candidate used the word fight 43 times . His intentions are clear, but something that is not as clear as his war agenda is his eligibility to serve as president of the United States. It seems, "John McCain was born August 29, 1936 in the Panama Canal Zone, to two U.S. citizens. It's a common misunderstanding that the zone was a U.S. territory - in fact, the U.S. had lease rights, but not territorial rights."
Most of the one time Mavericks speech was a continuation of the empty, repetitive attacks on Barack and the Dems delivered by 'Hollywood' Fred Thompson( no offence but stick to acting) and Sarah Palin.
Governor Palin speech was loaded with typical rhetoric and contradictions, saying that she told congress "thanks but no thanks" for the "bridge to no where" money, but felt different when running for office:

The Anchorage Daily News quoted her on Oct. 22, 2006, as saying yes, she would continue state funding for the bridge because she wanted swift action on infrastructure projects. "The window is now while our congressional delegation is in a strong position to assist," she said.

Two months to go until we decide if things will stay the McCsame, or change, seems like the polls show the later is popular.

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