Tag Archives: 2008 Presidential Election

Mass Economist Endorses John McCain

http://crnation.com/2008/07/07… We enthusiastically support John McCain’s economic plan. It is a comprehensive, pro-growth, reform agenda. The reform focuses on the real economic problems Americans face today and will face in the future. And it builds on the core economic principles that have made America great. Constantine Alexandrakis, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth Economists who have signed this statement: Burton Abrams,…

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Yet another McCain shake-up?

Ya, you guys have every reason to be confident of a Republican victory, if not in the Statehouse, if not in Congress, then maybe the Presidency Or maybe not… All of this intrigue breeds discouragement among even those former McCain associates who do not dispute the notion that voters now might be getting an early glimpse of the messy, unstructured…

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Obamacons Rising

Today's San Francisco Chronicle (7-7-08) has an interesting story about “Obamacans” (Sen. Barack Obama's term for Republicans who whisper their support for him) & the mushrooming “Obamacons.” These are conservatives who have publicly endorsed the presumptive Democratic nominee, dissidents from the brain trust of think tanks, ex-officials and policy magazines that have fueled the Republican Party since the 1960s. Scratch the…

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Massachusetts for McCain

(We need real leadership, not a rookie sensation, to lead out Country – promoted by Cool Cal) I’m sure many of you have already jumped aboard the “Straight Talk Express” and are actively supporting Senator John McCain as our next President of the United States.  However, for those of you still looking to connect to the McCain campaign here in…

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