Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Mr. Experience

John McCain has been touting his "experience" in foreign policy.

The Senator never misses a chance to claim he is the only candidate who will be able to handle the complex issues of the Iraq War.

Read this article to see that McCain doesn't really know everything he says he does.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Personally, I think they all have their issues to fix right now. McCain and his "Iran" slip, whatever that is. It makes me wonder if he slipped by naming the wrong country or slipped by saying something he wasn't supposed to. Hmmmmm? Then, we have Clinton and the unfortunate way things happen right under her nose (not that it was her fault; Bill's definitely guilty). It's just that if she's not interested or it's not on her radar screen, she doesn't pay attention and perhaps she should have. Lastly, we have Obama and his tight bond with Rev. Wright. Whether he disagrees with Rev Wright and the particular things he said or not, it was not the first time this type of opinion was shared and honestly Obama is okay with it or he would have left that church years ago. Many, many Christians leave churches when their pastors start preaching things they don't agree with (even if they were married by them). And, lucky us, we get to choose which we want to lead our country.

11:28:00 PM  
Blogger godfreysmama said...

That's true. All of them have issues.
McCain's was not a slip. I don't think he quite understands the differences between the Sunnis and Shia (and probably the kurds for that matter). Or perhaps he wants to muddy the waters so Americans think that ALL of them over there are terrorists and he must be the president in order to save us all.
Or, the other option...he had a senior moment (twice within a few days) and is too damned old to be the president.

As for Obama. Did you listen to his speech on race issues?
Rev Wright is a friend of his. Not just a pastor. I think if you didn't see the speech..go to youtube and take a look.
This is the kind of person I want to lead this country.

7:55:00 AM  

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