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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

PLEASE NO Laughing: John McCain Ad Features Paris Hilton And Britney Spears.

Watch the LAME ad below:

Update: John McCain's "negativity" is starting to worry some in the GOP.


Thursday, July 10, 2008

John McCain's "Jobs for America".

Below is John McCain's press release:

The state of our economy is one of the top issues on the minds of Americans, and as president, I'm prepared to address our economic challenges head-on. I am traveling across the country meeting with Americans at town hall meetings to listen to their concerns, answer their questions and share my plan to get America moving again.

On Monday at a town hall in Denver, I laid out my 'Jobs for America' plan to grow our economy and create jobs. I'm asking you to take a few minutes today to learn more about this plan by watching this special online briefing put together by my chief economic policy advisor, Doug Holtz-Eakin, and his team.

Unlike my opponent, Senator Barack Obama, I have a plan to create millions of good jobs for hard-working Americans, to ensure our nation's energy security, and to stop out-of-control government spending in order to regain the trust of American taxpayers.

As an informed and invested American, I ask you to take a few minutes today to watch this special briefing to learn more.

As always, I thank you for your time.



Tuesday, July 1, 2008

John McCain Promises Sheriffs' Group He Will Appoint Federal Judges With A "Proven Commitment To Judicial Restraint". That GLADDENS My Heart.

Read more here, and check out the excerpt below (oh, by the way, IGNORE the demagoguery):

U.S. Sen. John McCain told a national group of sheriffs meeting today that if elected president, he will appoint federal judges who have a “proven commitment to judicial restraint” and won’t make laws from the bench.

“They will be the kind of judges who believe in giving everyone in a criminal court their due – justice for the guilty and the innocent, compassion for the victims, and respect for the men and women of law enforcement,” McCain said during a 22-minute speech at the National Sheriffs Association convention at the downtown Marriott hotel in Indianapolis.

McCain criticized a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that struck down a Louisiana law that allowed the death penalty in the case of violent child rapes. In a split decision, the justices said capital punishment should be reserved only for murder cases.

“They substituted their judgment for that of the people of Louisiana, their legislators, their governor, the trial judge, the jury, the appellate judge, and the other four members of the U.S. Supreme Court,” McCain said. “It’s a peculiar kind of moral evolution that disregards the democratic process, and inures solely to the benefit of child rapists.”

He called the decision jarring but warned that it is “exactly the kind of opinion we could expect” if Democratic Sen. Barack Obama is elected president.

But Obama has criticized the court’s decision as well, saying it is wrong to apply a blanket prohibition on the death penalty where states want to impose it.

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