Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Three Big Reasons To Elect John McCain

David Kupelian in an article in WorldNetDaily outlines three compelling reasons to elect John McCain as President. The following are brief excerpts from an article which contains a penetrating analysis of both candidates stances on key issues. These should whet the appetite for a more intensive analysis of the full article.

End the tyranny of the Supreme Court

".......If elected president, McCain will appoint conservatives like Roberts and Alito. He has vowed to do precisely this, publicly and repeatedly, and there's no reason to think someone with such a steadfastly pro-life Senate voting record as his would do otherwise. Obama, on the other hand, has made it clear he will appoint justices dedicated to preventing Roe v. Wade from being overturned any time in our lifetimes........."

Win the war against radical Islam

.".....McCain understands that losing in Iraq is unthinkable – betraying all the coalition forces and Iraqis who have fought and died there, turbo-charging Islamic fanaticism the world over, transforming Iraq into a mecca for terrorists and further radicalizing the entire Middle East. He knows the military inside and out, and has what it takes to be a wartime commander in chief.
Obama, on the other hand, is a weak and inexperienced leader and would undo all that has been accomplished at such great cost in blood and treasure. Like other liberal elitists with giant egos (Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton), Obama believes that somehow his superior intelligence, judgment and niceness will win the day, whether by meeting with terrorist leaders like Iran's Ahmadinejad, or in undermining the Iraq war effort....."

A President needs strong character

"Although Ann Coulter describes Obama as having "accomplished absolutely nothing in his entire life except to give speeches about 'change,'" he's not just a young, empty slate with a dazzling exterior. All his adult life Obama has associated with radicals, criminals, communists and terrorists. If you think I'm exaggerating, you haven't been paying attention – no thanks to the establishment press, which is doing its best to conceal the truth about Obama. In every area – from abortion....................."

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