If McCain becomes President, will he do more for the Democratic cause or the GOP cause?

Posted on August 22nd, 2011 by admin1 in democratic consulting

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"4. He has fought the Republican Party to create the Patient’s Bill of Rights, which allowed the government to impose a set of burdensome mandates on insurance coverage; and

5. He has undermined the principles of a free market economy by voting for an amendment that would authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement price controls on prescription drugs under Medicare; and

6. He has worked against the Republican Party to make a mockery of the rule of law, promoting amnesty for 20 million illegal immigrants; and

7. He has voted to subvert American Sovereignty by granting consulting rights to Mexico concerning the erection of a southern border fence; and

8. He has undermined the Constitution and opposed the Constitutional duties of the Vice President to break a tie on judicial nominations; and…"

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I don’t even have to read your list to say ya he probibly will.

The Rep are so stupid, we can’t learn from success.

Everytime we are in the minority we fight for our beliefs and move our adjenda forward.

We pushed our adjenda forward the most under Bill Clintons lack of leadership and the campaign with America headed by gingrich.

Then we won the house, senate and white house, became niceity nice let’s work together spineless jellyfish, lost the house and senate, spent into oblivion, let kennedy write the education bill, advanced socilized health care for seniors thru medicare, and have done nothing to protect our borders.

If the white house is won by mccain, it could barely be called a rep victory, and will only be attributable to Hillary clintons totall disregard for truth, and party on a hell bent strive to attain more power and build their family fortune to emulate a kennedy trust sucure their legacy as a power broker family AKA Kennedy and secure a place in history, though i suspect if truth be remenbered their time in office will be seen as criminal and not philenthropic.

11 Comments on “If McCain becomes President, will he do more for the Democratic cause or the GOP cause?”

  1. Oishi

    Democrat… Republican…

    There’s only ONE party: the GLOBALIST party.

    This is why it seems that the differences between the two are getting narrower and narrower… they are both controlled by the same people.

    Expose the Council on Foreign Relations!

    BTW, people, there are 4 remaining candidates, not 3. McCain has NOT won the party nomination. Ron Paul has not dropped out. Stop believing everything the media tells you.References :

  2. Election 2008

    haha, go to that website and check out John Kerry’s ‘froReferences :

  3. michael moore

    Democrat, if senility kicks in completely.
    Still better than the 2 liars.References :

  4. jwthoughts

    Yes, he would, but he would not lead us to socialism. He has also pledged to veto any bill with earmarks. This is a NECESSARY first step in reducing government waste.

    Obama and Clinton add earmarks like money was free and would EXPAND government spending MASSIVELY. They would run the economy into the toilet.

    He is a liberal, but he is not a socialist. He is not my choice, but he is the best of the 3 remaining.References :

  5. sweetine v1.03

    He doesn’t vote for veteran’s programs, that’s more than enough, thank you. They should be taken care of and he doesn’t vote for the bills.References :

  6. stygianwolfe

    Lamplighter,you arent that far from the truth.Unlike Reagan,whom had the democrat party come to the conservative side and vote,McCain has more than catered to the left and continues to do so,meeting them on their side.Doing this,he leaves the conservative values and comprimises the values of conservatives,eventually disregarding their ideals altogether.Basically giving up the rights beliefs for the lefts beliefs in order to establish unity.this makes hima non conservative moderate republican(if there is such a thing)References :

  7. Mike

    I don’t even have to read your list to say ya he probibly will.

    The Rep are so stupid, we can’t learn from success.

    Everytime we are in the minority we fight for our beliefs and move our adjenda forward.

    We pushed our adjenda forward the most under Bill Clintons lack of leadership and the campaign with America headed by gingrich.

    Then we won the house, senate and white house, became niceity nice let’s work together spineless jellyfish, lost the house and senate, spent into oblivion, let kennedy write the education bill, advanced socilized health care for seniors thru medicare, and have done nothing to protect our borders.

    If the white house is won by mccain, it could barely be called a rep victory, and will only be attributable to Hillary clintons totall disregard for truth, and party on a hell bent strive to attain more power and build their family fortune to emulate a kennedy trust sucure their legacy as a power broker family AKA Kennedy and secure a place in history, though i suspect if truth be remenbered their time in office will be seen as criminal and not philenthropic.References :

  8. T-Bone

    To answer your question;

    Republican, McCain is a solid conservative who will appoint conservative Supreme Court Justices. Ginsberg and Stevens cannot stay another 4 years so McCain could appoint two more conservative Justices to the Court.References :

  9. Cogito Ergo Sum

    I believe that if John McCain becomes president, he will do everything for the cause of the United States of America, which dwarfs the causes of political parties.References :

  10. UnaBlogger

    John McWayne’s plane crashed in the desert in a firey explosion and Satan appeared in a dream and offered him all the silver stars, bronze hearts and gold bars his heart desired, if only he would bow down and worship him. Then, McWayne threw down the plow share and picked up the sword and said to satan, I will follow you to the gates of hell if you will place me in the throne.References :

  11. BoobzTwo

    Good question, but anecdotal I fear. Personally, I can no longer bear the mantle of the Republican Party (synonymous with GOP). In light of their distinct brake away from Nationalism and the push for globalization as amply demonstrated by President Bush and McCain and it goes without saying, the liberal candidates too. I do not think any of the three contestants are at all electable for almost the same reasons … so I give up trying to figure the most likely winner. We had better turn our attention away from the Presidency and start working our butts off to try and get something CONSERVATIVE elected to Congress because if the liberals (along with the RINOs) achieve 6o seats, it will not matter much who wins. I just hope that we can survive for the first two years which is long enough to amply demonstrate the pitfalls of socialism, but hopefully not so long as to cause irreparable damage to the fabric that is America. In conclusion, with very few differences, I do not see much difference between McCain, the GOP or the Democrat Party. Oh woe is me … waaaaReferences :

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