Saturday, February 09, 2008

McCain: I really am a conservative.

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Based upon past historical data: 3,287+ UNBORN BABY MURDERS have occurred in the last 24 hours in the United States. See my post “BABY HOLOCAUST” posted January 22, 2008.

I will not be continuing my Creationism posts today. I do plan to return to them soon.

Then, I plan to answer the response about Iraq. I am sorry for the change in plans. Plans, in reality, often are altered for one reason or another. “The best laid plans … often go astray.” Thank you for your understanding and patience.

How many unborn toddlers were murdered today because of the humanistic, paganish, barbaric decisions of the United States Supreme Court?

Stop the
Murder of

“Anyone, then, who knows the good he ought to do and doesn’t do it, sins.” James 4: 17 (NIV)

The following article was in the Peoria Journal Star on February 9, 2008, page A5. I think the libertine mass media has now decided that John McCain will win the Republican Party Presidential nomination and it is now time to start the attack on him to prevent continued Republican control of the White House.

“Top 10 reasons conservatives dislike McCain

Washington, D.C. (AP)—While Republican John McCain is urging his conservative critics to rally around his presidential campaign, there is a lot of water under that bridge.

Here are the top 10 reasons some conservatives dislike the Arizona senator:

1. Campaign finance reform. McCain tried to limit the role of money in politics with measures that, critics say, stomp on the constitutional right to free speech. (It also probably makes it much more difficult for an incumbent to be defeated in an election be it the primary or the general election. Some might define such a law as the “Incumbent Protection Act”—my addition)

2. Immigration. McCain has been a vocal supporter of a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants, although he now says he understands the border between the U.S. and Mexico must be sealed first. (Why would any conservative Republican be concerned about Senator McCain joining forces with the libertine Senator Kennedy to give away our country to those people who deliberately violate our laws?—my addition)

3. Tax cuts. McCain twice voted against President Bush’s tax cuts, saying in 2001 they helped the wealthy at the expense of the middle class and in 2003 that there should be no tax relief until the cost of the Iraq war was known. But he now wants to extend the tax cuts. (McCain has said that economics is not his strong suit—my addition.)

4. Gay Marriage. McCain refused to support a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage (Enough said—my addition.)

5. Stem cell research. McCain would relax restrictions on federal dollars for embryonic stem cell research, which critics consider tantamount to abortion. (Another of several examples of Senator McCain trying to straddle both sides of an issue—my addition.)

6. Global warming. Among the loudest voices in Congress for aggressive action against global warming and a frequent critic of the Bush administration on the issue. (Doe he or does he not sound more like a libertine Democrat than a conservative Republican. He needs to read my posts on the “Al Gore gang” and global warming—my addition.)

7. “Gang of 14” member. One of seven Republicans and seven Democrats who averted a Senate showdown over whether filibusters could be used against Bush judicial nominees. (The Senate still is not dealing with and voting on conservative nominations to the federal courts—my addition.)

8. Kerry veep. McCain was approached by the Democratic presidential nominee in 2004, Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, about being his running mate. McCain talked with Kerry but rejected the offer. (Who are his friends?—my addition)

9. Works with Democrats. See all of the above. (More importantly, too often votes with the libertine Democrats—my addition.)

10. Belligerence. McCain can be acerbic toward his critics, such as when he labeled televangelists Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson ‘agents of intolerance.’ (Any Republican who uses libertine Democrats’ code words has a very serious problem!—my addition.) He reconciled with Falwell in 2006. Conservative James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family, said in a statement on the morning of the Super Tuesday primaries that he would not vote for McCain, citing among other things his ‘legendary temper’ and that he ‘often used foul and obscene language.’” (Perfect characteristics for a President if the President’s name is Clinton! “‘But I tell you that men will have to give account on the day of judgment for every careless word they have spoken. For by your words you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned.’” Matthew 12: 36-37 (NIV)
—my addition)

My additions to this list would include:

11. Friends with Rudy Giuliani and Ted Kennedy. Both supporters of the MURDER of UNBORN BABIES!!! What is that old saying, birds of a feather; flock together. Or as the WORD of GOD declares “Do not be misled; ‘Bad company corrupts good character.’” I Corinthians 15: 33 (NIV)

12. Obsessed with power; disregards principles.

13. A Democrat in action; Republican in name. Why else does he need to try to convince conservative Republicans that he is also a conservative?

14. The editorial staff of the Peoria Journal Star endorsed him in the Illinois Republican primary which occurred on February 5, 2008.

15. He is the “Republican” darling of the libertine mass media. That is, until he actually runs against a libertine Democrat for the Presidency.

Finally, if John McCain wins the Presidential nomination for the Republicans and if Rudy Giuliani wants the position, don’t be surprised if Rudy Giuliani is the Republican Vice Presidential nominee.

Here is a small portion of what I wrote about Senator John McCain when I DID NOT endorse him for President.

In my opinion, Hillary Clinton, like her husband before her, is the political chameleon of the Democratic candidates. She keeps close tabs on public opinion polls and seems to be more public opinion poll driven than policy and/or principles driven.

From what I have been told and what I have observed, John McCain is THE political chameleon of the Republican candidates. When I was in Arizona voting as a Democrat and running for political office as a Democrat, several Republicans told me the same thing. John McCain would be as comfortable politically running as a Democrat in Massachusetts as he is serving as a Republican in Arizona.

For President of the United States, I want a candidate who believes and supports the policy and the principles he advocates. I do not want a President who bases his latest decisions on the most current public opinion polls. That is not leadership!!!

John McCain has been quoted as declaring that both GOD CREATED the universe and Darwin’s evolution—slim to man—are true and compatible. Mr. McCain, it is not true. Get off the fence and state your belief. I don’t want a President who tries to have it both ways—it is a recipe for disaster.

I do not think he will receive the nomination from the Republican Party. (Unfortunately, it looks like I may be wrong about that—my addition.) Should he, I am not certain I would vote for him for the Presidency. I have never voted for him before. However, given the Democratic candidates, I probably will unless an attractive third alternative is available. As has been pointed out, Bill Clinton probably won the Presidency twice because of the third party presence of Ross Perot.


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