Liberalscum Buster

September 2, 2008

John McCain’s choice of a runnning mate is all part of a pattern.

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 9:36 am

John McCain has once again shot from the hip in picking a running mate.

McCain was called “Punk McNasty “in high school, he had “trainwreck weekends” in Annapolis, hard partying risk-taking flyboy, superstiious, compulsive gambler with an anger management problem in the US Senate.

McCain may have been picturesque until now ,but if ,God forbid he became President ,it would get real ugly real fast.

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7 Comments »

  1. It’s funny, really. The Democrats are the ones who seem so up in arms about John McCain’s Vice Presidential pick. Republicans, for the most part, are quite happy with it.

    The night before McCain made his announcement, I said to my wife “Do you know who I think McCain should pick?”

    She replied, “Romney, right?”

    “No,” I said, “he should pick Sarah Palin, the Governor of Alaska.” She couldn’t have agreed more!

    You know how Republicans are, we just don’t make any sense to you, do we? It’s like men and women trying to figure out what is going on in each others’ minds, I guess!

    As a side note, I’m sorry I have neglected your posts for the last month. (I know you missed my Republican perspective! :D)

    I have been very busy setting up a new blog, The Political Republican Opinion and have finally got all of the kinks worked out. I can now get back to scouring the blogosphere for views from the other side.

    I know you look forward to my future comments as I welcome yours!

    Comment by scottymck — September 2, 2008 @ 9:45 pm

  2. McCain is a loose cannon and I cannot do much about it.

    I said the GW Bush would not be a good President and I watched in horror as he becaume far worse than I ever could have imagined. I would have preferred to be pleasantly surprised. I voted for his father and I think that he was a good President.

    If ,God forbid, McCain became President, I hope that I am very wrong.

    Comment by gasdocpol — September 2, 2008 @ 11:19 pm

  3. Barack Obama scares the living you know what out of me. With a huge Democratic majority, every super Liberal reform ever conceived of will fly though, unchallenged. I want less government, not more!

    I hope I’m wrong about that, too. Either way, I’m sure we’ll muddle through.

    Look at the bright side (I’m a glass half full kind of guy); no matter who wins, we’ll always have something to write about!

    Comment by scottymck — September 6, 2008 @ 12:00 am

  4. An intellectually lazy, emotionally unstable, superstitious, compulsive gambler with an anger management problem, like McCain as President would scare the Hell out of me. Let’s hope that we will, not have too much to talk about.

    I know, you want someone who will enter the world stage with a chip on his shoulder like McCain.

    Comment by gasdocpol — September 6, 2008 @ 2:03 am

  5. You know my feelings on this gasdocpol; it’s not who I want, it’s who I don’t want.

    I have a funny feeling it’s the same with you. It’s just that we have different “don’t wants.”

    Comment by scotty mack — September 6, 2008 @ 2:41 am

  6. Scottymack

    I am not supporting Obama, by default. When I voted for Clinton in 1992 and 1996, I thought that GHW Bush (The Elder) and Bob Dole were also capable of being good presidents , but I thought that Bill Clinton was a better choice. I was more enthusiastic about Gore than Kerry. I thought that GW Bush (The Lesser)was a poor choice , but I did not anticipate the disaster that he would be. I anticipate McCain being a disaster. I am an enthusiastic supported of Obama.

    I drove from central Illinois to Iowa to canvass from door to door 5 days, freezing my 69 year old white butt off before the Iowa caucus. I also drove to Indiana twice, once to register voters. I froze on Feb 10, 2007 in Springfield when he announced and sweltered there when Biden came to town 2 weeks ago. I have spent time on the phone and I gave $500 in contributions.

    I was a naval and merchant marine officer, I have an MBA. I practiced critical care medicine for 35 years, board certified in my specialty. I have training and experience in 3 distinct fields and have the perspective to evaluate : Training, judgement, common sense, decision making and experience. I have not chosen Obama by default.

    We muddled through with GW Bush too and it will be years before the hens will not be coming home to roost as a result. Jeb Bush was at least qualified to be President although I deplore the fact that he was a Neoconservative member of PNAC . Hitler was qualified to lead Germany too.

    McCain has always been an intellectually lazy, emotionally unstable, superstitious , compulsive gambler with an anger management problem. I question whether 23 unexceptional combat missions and 5 1/2 years as a POW qualifies him as a war hero and if that means he should be president. His top advisors are Neocons too.

    Comment by gasdocpol — September 6, 2008 @ 9:09 am

  7. smashing 4rum

    Comment by Yahir Davis — December 26, 2008 @ 8:14 pm


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