Tag Archives: John McCain

McCain’s Waterloo

I was a strong supporter of Republican John McCain when he first ran for the presidency in 2000. I felt then that he would help the GOP rebound from its wilderness years during the Clinton era & that he would help to expand the Republican base in a fashion similar to his own political heroes: Teddy Roosevelt & Ronald Reagan.…

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A Flag, on a Hill

Good read! So consider this, my fellows in arms: On Tuesday, the Left – armed with the most attractive, eloquent, young, hip, and charismatic candidate I have seen with my adult eyes, a candidate shielded by a media so overtly that it can never be such a shield again, who appeared after eight years of a historically unpopular President, in…

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Blue England

Have you ever been to Piscataquis County, Maine?  It is one of the largest counties (in area) east of the Mississippi River.  Baxter State Park and Moosehead Lake are in Piscataquis County.  Despite its huge size, this county has less than half the population (17,235) of Arlington.   Piscataquis County is the only county in the six New England states…

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McCain’s peak

Remember when McCain was actually beating Obama in the polls for little while?  McCain chose Sarah Palin on August 29th, and instead of the Democratic convention giving Obama a bounce, McCain enjoyed his highest numbers for the next week, with his greatest gains coming after Palin’s convention speech, which almost beat McCain’s ratings for his acceptance speech.   All we…

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A Time To Gloat

Shortly after the left-lurching Democrats were beaten back by the American people in 1994, Republicans and conservatives were instructed not to gloat. Shortly after Republicans attained all three branches of government in 2000, we were instructed not to gloat. Beginning last night the Democrat gloating had begun, but we Republicans also have a reason to gloat. The Republicans-in-name-only are officially…

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