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At a dinner party in Los Angeles not long after the 2000 election, I was talking to a man and his wife, both prominent Republicans. The conversation soon turned to the new president. "I didn't vote for George Bush" the man confessed. "I didn't either," his wife added. Their names: John and Cindy McCain (Cindy told me she had cast a write-in vote for her husband).
The fact that this man was so angry at what George Bush had done to him, and at what Bush represented for their party, that he did not even vote for him in 2000 shows just how far he has fallen since then in his hunger for the presidency.
Originally posted by Karlhungis
I guess it does illustrate that he will do what he is told, regardless of how he feels personally. I am not so sure that is a good thing.
Originally posted by mythatsabigprobe
We're talking about putting this man in charge of the world's largest nuclear arsenal.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
... O'Reilly want Hillary to win the nod, because they fear Obama.
Originally posted by seagull
Too old? I could wish he was younger, but old age shouldn't be a determining factor.
Originally posted by lee anoma
I am now independent and considering not voting at all.
Originally posted by gottago
If you're running for president, watch out what you confide to people who run high-profile political websites at cocktail parties!