Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Obama, Hillary, McCain and the Reverend…

We should be ashamed of ourselves. How has the political process become what it is today? We have an anti -American preacher spewing hatred and doing his best to set US race relations back decades as the mentor of one presidential candidate. That candidate Obama, refuses to wear an American flag lapel pin, refuses to put his hand over his heart during the pledge, has questionable relationships with radical terrorists, is the most left leaning radical in the Senate, and he is leading in the Democratic Primary.

We have another democrat; Hillary that believes only the government has the answers to a successful life. She believes our government deserves more responsibility for your healthcare, finances, can run big business better than big business, and wants to crush competition with regulation. Meanwhile our government has screwed up healthcare for veterans, is bankrupting Social Security, has ruined the public school system, and she wants us to believe we need to give more responsibility to government? She can only be defined as insane.

John McCain has given wonderful service to our country in the military. But that’s where we part company. He has lived his entire after military life at the trough of government, mostly in the senate. He needs to retire; now. He believes the government should limit our free speech, our borders should be open to let in any terrorist that chooses to enter, he is an admitted economic illiterate, and his only saving grace for conservatives is he is not Obama or Hillary.

These are the best candidates the two party system could produce? Something is broken. I think it was the late William F Buckley that said it best; I would rather choose my president from the first 100 names in the phone book than to vote for this crop of crap. (I am paraphrasing if you hadn’t noticed. Mr. Buckley was slightly more eloquent).

I can’t believe the “choices” we have in this presidential election. It is truly embarrassing… When will we start seeing that the Democrats and Republicans have one mission; to maintain power? Not for you and me but them. Just a thought…

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Just a thought! When will the Republican & Democratic parties have a candidate who has only the interest of the American people, all people,as they campaign for the good of these same people?