Framing McCain

People are already trying to frame McCain.

While he earned this one, I think the things that will destroy him — despite impressive fundraising and on-the-ground troops in the early primary states — are McCain's record, and McCain's complete flip-flop on everything that matters.

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3 Responses to Framing McCain

  1. curtis says:

    please stop saying flip flop.its called changing your mind,something bush does not know how to do even when the facts say you need to.please dont think i support bush or any republican.i own a head shop up here in gainesville,and am a democrat 100%.but this flip flop language says we are no better than this idiot.its not flip flopping.its called reality.

  2. anon says:

    Funny how you supported McCain in ’04 when he ran for president under the pseudonym “John Kerry”. Just curious, any politicians on the R side you like? Any on the D you don’t?

  3. Phill says:

    The term flip flop is misleading and should be avoided. It implies that McCain changed his mind when really what he has done is decided to pander to a different constituency in a desperate attempts to gain votes claiming to believe something he does not.

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