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Thursday, October 09, 2008

My Fellow Americans, Let's Help John McCain Retire Early

Hello Papamoka Bloggers - Some of you might have heard that McCain called people "my fellow prisoners" instead of "my fellow Americans" during a speech in Pennsylvania yesterday. You can check out the video right here on Papamoka.

To be blunt, I don't trust this man. I believe it was just another way to bring up his past suffering and war record to earn sympathy votes. He must have heard that we were growing weary and tried to be more subtle. It was no slip of the tongue. He was in prison over twenty years ago and we are supposed to believe that he would say something like that. He was in a small cell during his incarceration. How often would he have called out to his "fellow prisoners" anyway. The whole think stinks, just like his campaign lately.

To me it is just one more example of the fake John McCain. In my opinion, despite being a war hero, the man is creepy. There's a report this morning on the Huffington Post about how he attacked a poor woman at a crap's table in Puerto Rico because she touched him. The man must have a screw loose. Who does that? He doesn't have the right temperament or disposition to be president. The man probably shouldn't be in the US Senate if you think about what we've learned lately.

I say that we help him out and let him retire early. Let's learn from the interesting revelations of late and help him settle down into a nice, quiet life. My fellow Americans, and the citizens of Arizona, need to give this man a break. We need to vote for Obama in November, and the good people of Arizona need to vote for somebody else at their next opportunity.

Michael Boh
Papamoka's West Coast Contributor
from Our Rants & Raves Blog

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Blogger Lefty said...

"It was no slip of the tongue"

I LOVE how you know that. Maybe it wasn't but maybe it was. You have no way of knowing - it's your opinion, your entitled to it but you should be responsible about it.

An example...

"There's a report this morning on the Huffington Post about how he attacked a poor woman at a crap's table in Puerto Rico because she touched him. The man must have a screw loose. Who does that?"

These are allegations that are over a decade old and have no substantive proof. The Huffington Post realized this and clearly stated:

"It's impossible now to determine whose recollection of these events is accurate."

You represent this as fact, while your source does not.

Politics get ugly this time of year. As a moderate Republican I could easily cast my vote for a Democrat and have done so in the past. Instead of slinging mud why don't you make an argument for why I should vote for Obama in 2008.

7:45 AM  

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