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McCain: Much Worst Than Bush.

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Octoldit, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. Octoldit

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    “Integrity” is vital to any commander and chief presiding over this nation, and Mc Cain would be clearly much worst than George Bush. McCain served in the military, but take notice of how he betrays the American troops.

    The lost of all humanity and compassion for the well being of others is apparently part of his so-called hero status. Apparently McCain believes he suffered in service to this Country, and those fighting in Iraq have not suffered enough.

    This decision not to support an adequate G.I. Bill for the troops shows he’s no hero at all; this is a clear message showing us the man behind the curtain. All the smoke and mirrors does not help either. This issueless candidate is now trying to hijack the “Change agenda”. The say anything to get elected approach is weak, reckless, and condescending. Gas holiday gimmick also shows McCain’s whole campaign is center around “deception”.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcDMD0B7r88



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJ-FMsxNLkE


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1L5nPVxeao
     
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    I notice you left out that the military opposed this bill as well.
     
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    Where are you from, Octoldit?
     
  4. Pandora

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    hehe on purpose silly so he can make McCain look bad reguardless of if its truth :)

    there is the right way, the wrong way and the democrat way :)
     
  5. Octoldit

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    Are you suggesting the troops opposed the 21 century G.I. Bill?
     
  6. Octoldit

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    The truth is McCain has not supported increased healthcare for the V.A. or the 21 century G.I. Bill. It's just nothing that can be said, or done to change these facts. So how does one betray the solders that make up the military, and retain the so-called hero status? Smoke and mirrors maybe?
     
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    He did not support the bill Obama wanted because he had his own bill to support.

    But you can twist stuff up and I am sure someone who drinks kool aid by the gallon will be happy to buy it all, hook...line...sinker
     
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    Well seeing as how the military opposed the bill you are talking about... yes.
     
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    Thinking about it. Obama might be worse than Hitler....Do we want to take a chance on that?



    (Just practicing my patriotism)
     
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    ''Apparently McCain believes he suffered in service to this Country, and those fighting in Iraq have not suffered enough. '' Octoldit



    I think the poor people of Iraq have suffered enough at the hands of these troups don't you?

    2000 US soldiers dead.

    500,000+ Iraqis dead, mostly civilians including women and children.

    Their crime?

    Living in a country that has oil
     
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