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A McCain Presidency... Too Risky for America.

It doesn't have to be Barack, but his surrogates should go Daisy on McCain.

We begin with this:  The last President that we had who spoke cavalierly got us into an unholy mess called Iraq... i.e. "Bring em on!!

Then we proceed to:

John McCain has demonstrated angry, erratic and risk-taking behavior and cannot be trusted with his finger on the nuclear button.

He jokes about wanting to bomb Iran.

Republican Senator Thad Cochran R-Miss., said about McCain. "The thought of his being president sends a cold chill down my spine," "He is erratic. He is hotheaded. He loses his temper and he worries me."

More below...

Sen. Cochran, later told a Mississippi newspaper that he saw McCain, during a trip to Nicaragua led by former Sen. Bob Dole, R-Kan., grab an associate of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega by his shirt collar and lift him out of his chair.

He is an unapologetic high-stake gambler.  As reported in Time Magazine: "For McCain, jaunts to the craps table helped burnish his image as a political hot dog who relished the thrill of a good fight, even if the risk of failure was high."

And when it comes to getting us into wars, he's demonstrated erratic behavior vascilating between bravado and delusional denial... whether it is suggesting that the war in Iraq would be easy... and then saying it was easy and that we WERE greeted as liberators or his careless responses to questions about how long american troops will be in Iraq.

Is this so hard?  C'mon Democrats, let's see the ad...

A McCain Presidency... Too Risky for America.

Originally posted to kant on Sat Aug 02, 2008 at 05:36 PM PDT.

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Comment Preferences

  •  Feel free to add your ideas for Risky McCain Ad (4+ / 0-)
    •  "Daisy" was the last effective Dem ad, (0+ / 0-)

      and that was back in 1964. Can anyone remember a single memorable Kerry ad? Gore ad? Clinton ad? Dukakis ad? Mondale? McGovern? Humphrey? Nah. It's all been pablum since 1964. Are Dems trying to lose?

      Seem to recall that old LBJ did pretty well in that 1964 election, except for the Deep South, which apparently yearns for mushroom clouds.  Isn't it about time to return to the political offensive after 44 years on the flat-footed defensive?

      It's starting to feel like deja Kerry all over again.

  •  McCain: Where was he on 11/22/63? (1+ / 0-)
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    not this time

    McCain: POW Or Ho Chi Minh's Comfort Woman?
    McCain: More Racist Than George Wallace, Uglier Than Boy George!
    McCain: Autistic Arizona Antichrist!
    McCain: Bad Teeth! Bad Shoulders! Bad For America!
    McCain: Love Child Of Benito Mussolino And Bonnie Parker!
    McCain: Look Closely - His Pants Are On Fire!
    McCain: The Creature From The Bald Lagoon!

    Then again, your suggested theme involved risk:

    McCain: Riskier Than Marrying OJ!

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