Friday, October 24, 2008

Voting for President: McCain the Stalwart

"'Stop!' I shall have no part of this motley crew. I will go down with the McCain ship. I'd rather lose an election than lose my bearings.

"I'll have no truck with the phony case ginned up to rationalize voting for the most liberal and inexperienced presidential nominee in living memory.

"McCain the 'erratic' is a cheap Obama talking point. The 40-year record testifies to McCain the stalwart.

"Who do you want answering that phone at 3 a.m.? A man who's been cramming on these issues for the last year, who's never had to make an executive decision affecting so much as a city, let alone the world? A foreign policy novice instinctively inclined to the flabbiest, most vaporous multilateralism (e.g., the Berlin Wall came down because of 'a world that stands as one'), and who refers to the most deliberate act of war since Pearl Harbor as "the tragedy of 9/11," a term more appropriate for a bus accident?"

More brilliance from Charles Krauthammer on "Why I'm voting for McCain." The ship, pictured above, is the USS Constitution, which is moored not far from the site of the Boston Tea Party, an act of civil disobedience by American patriots who knew the nightmare of a government that would not leave them alone.

For some very serious talk about what an Obama presidency could do to America as we know it, el rider is sounding the alarm on his Flying Debris blog, including a post on the markets and one about the diabolical plan of the Weather Underground (where Obama associate Bill Ayres started his public life) that will make your hair stand on end.

God Bless America and the American voter!


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