Oh, and the Obamaphiles never say anything bad about McCain. this garbage isn't worth anyones time.
This goes both ways to both candidates...
Originally posted by scotty18
Could one of you guys please post the rules that said either candidate must be in isolation while the other is on? If these rules aren't there then it isn't cheating. Personally I wouldn't care if either of them did this, but it does seem like some people are reaching for something on this one.
Originally posted by Andrew E. Wiggin
reply to post by poet1b
I'd like to take one line and remind you of this thread Please stop with bastardized name calling.
McCain has employed a typical conservative tactic: "i cheated, but i can cover it up"
[edit on 8/18/2008 by Andrew E. Wiggin]
Said Mitchell on Morning Joe on July 25th:
Clearly, people in the campaign are really angry . . . So, you know, the anger here in the campaign is pretty intense at the Pentagon. They feel that the military are drawing some lines--they're not saying this publicly of course--but drawing lines that they might have drawn for other people . . . They thought that they were, you know, you know, no-win situation, that the Pentagon, perhaps the military with cooperation from some Republican operatives and, that's the sort of scuttlebutt, that there have been some foreign policy advisers of John McCain with connections in the Pentagon who had something to do with this.But that is, perhaps, just the normal political paranoia of the season.
Originally posted by jam321
reply to post by scotty18
Dude, what is the lie. The pastor admitted he gave both general themes and the first two questions.
I see it as pretty fair that he did that for both not one.