Friday, April 18, 2008

QUESTIONS FOR JOHN MCCAIN THAT WON'T GET ASKED


From Perspectives

Do you agree with Pastor John Hagee that war with Iran is the fulfillment of biblical prophecy?

Doesn't your legendary temper make you too dangerous to be trusted with the presidency of the United States?

Doesn't your confusion regarding basic facts about the war in Iraq, including repeatedly citing a nonexistent Al Qaeda-Iran alliance, make you unfit for command?

What is your religion, really? . . . In June 2007, McClatchy reported, "McCain still calls himself an Episcopalian." In August 2007, as ABC reported, your campaign staff identified you as "Episcopalian" in a questionnaire prepared for ABC News' August 5 debate. But as the primary in evangelical-rich South Carolina neared, in September 2007 you said of your religious faith, "It plays a role in my life. By the way, I'm not Episcopalian. I'm Baptist." But in March 2008, Pastor Dan Yeary of your North Phoenix Baptist Church refused to comment on why you have refused to finally undergo a baptism ceremony. Congressional directories still list you as an Episcopalian.

Why did you flip-flop on the Bush tax cuts you twice opposed?

With the economy tanking, shouldn't Americans be concerned over your past statements that "the issue of economics is not something I've understood as well as I should?"

America Blog: ABC's George Stephanopoulos is arguing that he brought up the issues during last night's debate that Obama will likely face in the fall campaign. . . Okay, I'm game. McCain is going on Stephanopoulos' show this Sunday, so I'm hoping Stephanopoulos will be pushing McCain hard on the following issues. . . Adultery. McCain reportedly was seeing his second wife while still married to his first wife. And, then we have the issue of the blond lobbyist who looks like McCain's second wife. America deserves answers. . . Does John McCain require his mistresses to wear a flag pin?. . .I hope we'll be seeing some hard hitting questions about McCain being simply too old. . . McCain had skin cancer a few years ago. He now has some enormous thing on the side of his face that no one is talking about. I want to know why we shouldn't be worried that John McCain is going to get sick and die in office. . . Cindy McCain's drug addiction. What message does it send to America's children to have a drug addict, who actually stole drugs, as first lady?

2 Comments:

At April 18, 2008 5:20 PM, Blogger ArdentDem said...

Thank you. Finally someone is bringing up the issues that the Media has failed to addressed concerning McCain. Also, don't forget the 100 years in Iraq or 'the jobs are gone and aren't coming back' statements. Those are far more damning than anything Jeremiah Wright had to say.

 
At April 19, 2008 2:51 AM, Blogger Kathlyn said...

National Intelligence Estimate:

"One of two known Al Qaeda leadership councils meets regularly in eastern Iran, where the American intelligence community believes dozens of senior Al Qaeda leaders have reconstituted a good part of the terror conglomerate's senior leadership structure."

Just sayin...

Story is here: http://www2.nysun.com/article/58507

 

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