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John McCain, Conservative? You decide.

For quite some time I have been telling people that not only is John McCain a gun grabber, but one of the worst of the bunch. Here is a compilation of McCain actions that are clear threats to freedom, and liberty.

John McCain’s Liberal Record

John McCain Is A Liberal Gun Grabber
John McCain Funded By Soros Since 2001
John McCain’s Top 10 Class-Warfare Arguments Against Tax Cuts
The Geraldo Rivera Republican
Democrats Say McCain Nearly Abandoned GOP
America’s Foolish European Wannabes
Refutation Of “A Day At The Beach” Charge
Andy Card — I Have Seen McCain’s Anger
McCain’s Character — A Disaster Waiting To Happen
Sen. McCain: I Don’t Have A Temper
John McCain: Liberal In Disguise
Friendly Fire: McCain Has Some Explaining To Do
McCain’s Constitution
Softening The Skeptics
McCain’s War On Political Speech
Lobbying Reforms Unconstitutional
McCain: Major League Hypocrite
McCain’s Gun Control Ad

John McCain’s Voting Record On Gun-Related Issues

109th Congress: Lock Up Your Safety
108th Congress: McCain Puts Gun Shows In Peril
107th Congress: Incumbent Protection Muzzles Gun Owners
106th Congress: Anti-gun Amendments Abound

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Why do we, as Americans always end up with having to choose the lessor of evils?

Stolen From:
Conservative Libertarian Outpost

My close friend Patrick Sperry had this posted on his site, and every word is true, every link provides proof, there appears to be a glitch in Patrick’s format so I re-posted them from the original source and everything is working now.

John McCain IS a Libber, he always has been, and the people that tout him as ANY kind of Conservative apparently need to look up the definition of CONSERVATIVE, because McCain doesn’t fit the profile of a Conservative any more than the Clinton’s or Obama do.

Any way this election goes, Americans are going to lose, in more ways than one, we stand to lose personal freedoms, gun owners rights, possible Internet censorship, you name it and we could lose it, picture a kinda/sorta totalitarian government ruled by a skinny, half black closet racist SOB that can’t do anything other than make dynamic speeches, that’s the only talent he has other than having the libbers of The View think he hot, or perhaps a POTUS with PMS and the nuclear launch codes, with a real hatred of guns and gun owners, and then imagine a John McCain presidency, an angry, confused little pissant, a wannabe libber gun grabber that tries to foist himself off as some kind of Republican conservative when he is, in FACT, a hell of a lot closer to the Dems than he ever was to the Republicans, even when you consider this newer and more gentle Republican party, the one I refer to as ‘Dem Lite’, imagine those scenarios and you’re looking at exactly what we will be facing after the ‘08 elections.

McCain may be a bit less dangerous to the American people than Hillary or Obama, but only in the same way that you can say George Bush is smarter than Al Gore or John Kerry, and none of that bunch could make it through the 1st round of ‘Are you smarter than a 5th grader?’.

Get ready America, we’re going for a wild ride soon, and you can’t say that some of us didn’t try to warn you in advance, when you settle for the lesser of 2 evils, all you get is EVIL, no matter how you try to label it as something other than what it really is.

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9 Responses to “John McCain, Conservative? You decide.”

  1. Patrick Sperry Says:

    A wild ride indeed my friend. With all the separatist activity going on, as well as general dissatisfaction with the loss of inalienable rights, real or perceived, I would not be surprised in the least if there were several outbursts of violence in the near future. With nothing less than revolution as the goal.
    Think about it; The militias are seeing a resurgence, and in places not seen before. Mexicans are growing bolder, and may well try to take the west. Black nationalist are openly calling for an overthrow of the government.
    Things could get a bit dicey in the very near future.

  2. Kate Says:

    The lesser of two evils… still evil. sigh…

    I’m getting pretty put off by the whole mess, but I keep ranting along. :/

  3. BobF Says:

    I can’t and won’t support McCain. The Republican Party has given Conservatives the middle finger and have directed us to get on board and shut up. The RNC is telling Conservatives to accept their candidate or be stuck with Hillary or Obama. There were good men and women the RNC could have supported but they chose to force a Liberal upon us because they felt it was his turn.

    All I can say is you better buy guns and plenty of ammo now because come next year it’s going to be harder and very expensive.

  4. Kate Says:

    If you’re looking to buy ammo, I hear the price is going up at the end of this month. Stock up now.

  5. Bushwack Says:

    Well I’ll be stocking up, time to dust off a few of them and make sure all the ammo is high and dry. Maybe we should come up with a rally point, if the shit hits the fan, I’d like to be in a defensible position, right now I am in the belly of the beast so to speak.

    McCain is soft on most of the issues we as a nation should be hardline on. Obama is soft on ALL of the issues and Hillary is trying to lie her way around them.

  6. Longstreet Says:

    Thanks, Fred! Thanks to all of you! I was beginning to feel like “a lone voice crying in the wilderness”!

    The country is in deep peril, even now. Conservatives have no champion. We have no representation in Washington, at all. We cannot stay in the Republican Party and survive. Even Limbaugh seems to be hinting at leaving the GOP.

    McCain is absolutely NOT a conservative. He is campaigning to the Democrats and Independents. He believes he can win this race without us. I suppose that is barely possible. But IF he wins, he will damn sure do it without my vote!

    We have a saying out here in Hurricane Alley: “Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst”. I expect we can forget about the first part of that old admonition.


  7. BigDadGib Says:

    I’m just not impressed by John Mc at all.
    I think John should keep Chaney and we could bet on who kicks the bucket first.

  8. Patrick Sperry Says:

    Hat tip to Fred for noticing that all the links on my blog were messed up! Repaired now. :)

  9. GUYK Says:

    I agree that McCain is not a conservative. And he is the lessor of the evils put before us. I have considered voting with my feet but then I weigh the probabilities of what will happen if either Obama or Clinton get in office…and worse..if they win and carry a lot more dim-a-crits along with them and the left wing gets total control of congress.

    I do believe that McCain is serious about National Defense and I do figure he is a fiscal conservative. I don’t like his stance on gun control but then a lot of that is gonna depend on the case before the Supreme court right now. If the court upholds the appeals courts the gun issue will be mute.

    But, I think national defense is what has swung me to support McCain. If we get run over by ragheads it will not make a gotdam about our civil rights anyway. And if we elect either of the dimocrat pussies we are telling the world we are ready to roll over..come get us.

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