Tuesday, May 27, 2008

John McCain says he's for cheap energy.

In a great advertisement, McCain says he's in favor of cheap and clean energy.

Announcer: "As president, John McCain will make taxes simpler, fairer; energy cleaner, cheaper; health care portable and affordable; corporate CEOs accountable; mortgage debt restructured. Big ideas for serious problems. John McCain."

John McCain. Big idea's for serious problems. His answers all involve more Government. He ignores any evidence to the contrary regarding Global Warming, instead embracing the religious like fervor and just says we're going to put a cap and trade, you can read that to mean huge tax increase, on the public and they can deal with it. Sure 31,000 scientists have signed a letter denouncing Global Warming, but you know, at least a dozen of them are paid by the Oil Companies.

A vote for McCain is a vote for higher taxes. Heck, when he gets done taxing our energy we won't have to worry about mortgages, no one will be able to live in a house or condo, instead the family will be stuffed into a small one room apartment ala Soviet Union.

A vote for McCain is not a vote for conservative values. A vote for McCain is a vote for hysteronics and socialism. If you're going to go with a Socialist, why not go with the original, instead of a pale imitation. Vote Obama, or Clinton, or Third Party. Just don't vote for McCain, the Conservative Movement may never recover.


Friday, May 23, 2008

The Maverick lied to us again.

How many of you remember John McCain's McAmnesty push? Where he called us all racists?

My previous entries on John McCain are here.

I've already said I'm not voting for McCain. I've already sworn that I wouldn't support John McCain, because I knew from my observation of the Senator that he doesn't give a damn about Conservative Values.

Some of us are only just learning that lesson, I saw, welcome aboard. Right Wing News has interviewed the Senator, and found, gee here's a shocker, McCain intends to push McAmnesty through as a first priority.

Here's HotAir's piece on John McAmnesty.

Of course, who could have a piece on Amnesty without Michelle Malkin's piece.

Ed Morrisey formally of Captain's Quarters Blog now with Hot Air of course, continues to carry all the water he can for John McCain and drinks happily from the Jonestown cool aide.

The consequences of an Obama presidency go far beyond immigration. That is what voters need to keep in mind, especially given the likely Democratic victory in both chambers of Congress this fall. Immigration and border security are important issues, but they’re not the only ones, and stark differences exist between Barack Obama and John McCain. That’s what our vote should consider — all of the consequences of the election.

Ed. McCain isn't worth the cost of your soul. If you're going to get the same policies from either a McCain or Obama Presidency, then the thing to worry about is not what one issue you might be able to salvage, but instead who gets the blame. I don't want the blame History is going to lay on this President's feet for Amnesty, the surrender in Iraq, and the next Terrorist Attack on the United States to be blamed on Republicans. I want the blame squarely where it is deserved, Liberal feel good nonsense over common sense.

John McCain, wrong for Conservatives, wrong for Republicans, and wrong for America. We just can't afford a McCain Presidency.

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Monday, May 05, 2008

Steven King joins left wing loonies

Apparently Steven King has not the slightest clue how the Military screens it's candidates. The test I took when I joined was called the ASVAB, or the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. You had to be able to read, and comprehend, at a high school level to pass it. You had to have math knowledge, and some engineering knowledge would be helpful. The test determined if you could join, and if you could, what jobs you were qualified for.

Steven King says if you can read, you can walk into a job, and if you can't, you go into the Army, Iraq.

It's a shame that Mr. King has been too busy writing asinine horror books instead of taking a day or two to talk to the folks in Uniform, who I hope stop buying his books. Jackass.

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