Monday, March 30, 2009

Now John McCain has finally decided to attack Barack Obama.

To bad it's a nickel late and a dime short for the "Straight Talk Express". His supporters were pegging him last year to take off the gloves against Barack Obama, but "The Maverick" wanted to portray himself as an "above the fray" candidate. McCain went as far to say during a campaign rally to his supporters that "Obama would make a fine President". Well I guess that was then, and this is now. McCain made some striking comments about Barack Obama at an appearance at the Heritage Foundation today. I can't comprehend the logic behind the Heritage Foundation inviting John McCain to speak at their event. Herbage is suppose to be the most respected conservative think tank in the country. McCain was booed last year when he attended the Conservative Political Action Committee Convention known as "CPAC". CPAC warned attendees not to boo McCain prior to his attendance. Maybe it can be said that new alliances are being formed by moderates and conservatives in the war against Obama's radical agenda. McCain stated that "Barack Obama is hell-bent on aiding and abetting an unconscionable “generational theft". Gee I wonder what was McCain's first clue in figuring that out? If McCain would have spent more time listening to his base during his campaign and less time listening to the media, maybe just maybe the country wouldn't be in the situation it finds itself in. When McCain was being honored by Obama at a formal dinner the night before Obama's inauguration,I wonder did McCain in his wildest dreams ever expect Obama was going to govern the way he has? I found it hilarious when McCain said at the Heritage event that "Elections have consequences and these consequences we are seeing now in full display”. John McCain missed something in his statement. Americans saw the consequences of what happens when a candidate didn't want to do everything in his power to win. McCain didn't want to listen to conservatives. They were screaming at him telling him what he needed to do. McCain telling the audience at the Heritage Foundation that he would have made a better president really means nothing now. John McCain should be quiet and sit down, He needs to hop back on is Straight Talk Express back to being the Democrats favorite Republican.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tyrone , while reading your delightful arguments one wonders what do you suggest. President Obama is doing the best with the hand he's been dealt.Maybe we should tone down the Rush Ranting.
How can McCain feel it's out unrealistic to bailout the auto industry, accept that he's out of touch with everyday working people.

10:30 AM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

In my honest opinion, he's doing everything wrong, It's not a Republican vs Democrat thing. It's a common sense vs stupidity thing. Obama's spending in the last 60 days makes George Bush's spending look like Ebenezer Scrooge. His power grab into the private sector is beyond scary. I honestly can't think of one positive thing Obama has done to date. Obama could have done more things positive by not doing anything at all. He decided to take advantage of the economy's weakness in order to push forth a radical agenda. McCain is right to an extent. The government already has it's tentacles in the banking sector and the insurance sector. Now they are in the auto sector. When does it end? Companies fail for many reasons. I don't believe in the spew congress and the pundits are saying about these companies being "too big to fail". Lehman Brothers failed and the world is still here. The money spent in AIG alone could have been given to the people in the form of a tax break. When government butts into a problem, they have a long track record of making the problem worse and never better.



anon "Maybe we should tone down the Rush Ranting.How can McCain feel it's out unrealistic to bailout the auto industry, accept that he's out of touch with everyday working people."

The attacks on Limbaugh are only making his listening audience swell that much more. If their strategy was to make Limbuagh the new face of the GOP, I believe it backfired miserably.

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Chilerkle said...

I think McCain is too late why didn't he do this during his presidential campaign instead of playing nice guy to the very people who attacked him and his running mate Sarah Palin.

I think he deserved to lose election based on his playing nice strategy.
Unfortunately for McCain such a strategy is a losing strategy against the mean spirited, unprincipled and vicious far-left!

When engaging a vicious enemy one cannot afford to play nice especially with the very damage Obama is doing to our nation I kinda wish McCain won but then again who's to say he would be better. Based on his playing nice strategy I think he would be failing just as bad as Obama.

11:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PBO,say it "getrdone",and let's not forget to thank Rush Limo 4 The Magic Negro. Do you have any Negro friends. Respect allot of your veiws, but your defense of that closet Rascal Jeep Rider.

1:19 PM  
Blogger Blair said...

Obama took an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution. So every time he does something prohibited by it (such as supporting ex post facto laws, bills of attainder, interfering with contracts- AIG bonuses), the view that President Obama is dishonest and criminal (if Constitution is law of the land) is reinforced. Since Obama is so smart, he should know this. When people overlook huge transgressions, they often focus on minor trifles. Yes he violates the Constitution, but more importantly you forgot to say "President" Obama. Sure Rome is burning, but how dare you criticize his fiddle playing? What's more important: the Law or the auto industry? Everyday people don't buy American cars. Anybody think they'll get cheaper under government control? As for McCain: no credibility.

8:47 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

Chilerkle " I think McCain is too late why didn't he do this during his presidential campaign instead of playing nice guy to the very people who attacked him and his running mate Sarah Palin."

McCain threw talk show host Bill Cunningham under the "Straight Talk Express" right after he won the nomination. The media played John McCain for a grade A sucker. Johny boy doesn't have any credibility in which to attack Obama now. He had his chance. I give all the credit in the world to Sarah Palin. She refused to be played by the media, and she had the guts to go after Obama. That is the real reason why liberals absolutely LOATH Palin with an unstable passion Chlerkle. She dared to go after their beloved mass marketed empty suit

Chilerkle "I think he deserved to lose election based on his playing nice strategy.Unfortunately for McCain such a strategy is a losing strategy against the mean spirited, unprincipled and vicious far-left!"

I've never known for a person with a killer instinct to lose to a person who is a Mr. Nice Guy. It never works. That's why pit bulls are feared dogs and poodle and boxers aren't. If I was John McCain, the media and Obama wouldn't have known what hit them. I would have dug up and used everything on Obama. I would have also exposed the media while I was at it. They would have been placed on the defensive. That is what McCain should have done.

Chilerkle "When engaging a vicious enemy one cannot afford to play nice especially with the very damage Obama is doing to our nation I kinda wish McCain won but then again who's to say he would be better. Based on his playing nice strategy I think he would be failing just as bad as Obama."

McCain is really nothing more then Obama lite Chilerkle. McCain was against domestic drilling, and he is an environmental freak that believes in global warming or cooling or whatever it is this week. I only voted for McCain because of Palin. I doubt any Rino's are going to win the nomination in 2012. They're going to be some hungry cut throat conservatives aiming for Obama in 2010 and 2012, The only question now is can we survive as a nation until then?

11:22 PM  

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