In2TheFray:Mitt Moment for Today…McCain the…

McCain is a lying piece of _ _ _ _ ! You can add more spaces or you can use your imagination .I don’t really care. I am at a loss why anyone supports John McCain. His patriotism I ‘ll concede is real although his actions in translating it as well as blatantly pimping it should be seen as a serious flaw. This guy has been in Washington too long. He is a big part of the problem. Now he lies and expects the “I was a P.O.W.” line to pass muster. I say no !!!

His latest presentation for evidence that he’s senile is the Romney is for withdrawal lie. Sen. McCain points to part of an interview seen here.

“Good Morning America,” on April 3, 2007:

QUESTION: Iraq. John McCain is there in Baghdad right now. You have also been very vocal in supporting the president and the troop surge. Yet, the American public has lost faith in this war. Do you believe that there should be a timetable in withdrawing the troops?

MR. ROMNEY: Well, there’s no question but that — the president and Prime Minister al-Maliki have to have a series of timetables and milestones that they speak about. But those shouldn’t be for public pronouncement. You don’t want the enemy to understand how long they have to wait in the weeds until you’re going to be gone. You want to have a series of things you want to see accomplished in terms of the strength of the Iraqi military and the Iraqi police, and the leadership of the Iraqi government.

QUESTION: So, private. You wouldn’t do it publicly? Because the president has said flat out that he will veto anything the Congress passes about a timetable for troop withdrawals. As president, would you do the same?

MR. ROMNEY: Well, of course. Can you imagine a setting where during the Second World War we said to the Germans, gee, if we haven’t reached the Rhine by this date, why, we’ll go home, or if we haven’t gotten this accomplished we’ll pull up and leave? You don’t publish that to your enemy, or they just simply lie in wait until that time. So, of course, you have to work together to create timetables and milestones, but you don’t do that with the opposition.

Don’t like the words try it on video…

John you’re old and blinded by the belief you are owed the Presidency. Help the lying hump out someone- show me the pull out part.

Now the Huckster is in on it. Huck who is looking for the VP under McCain has stated this:

” Senator McCain and I disagree on some things like immigration and Human Life amendment, but I’ve never known Senator McCain to be dishonest,” Huckabee said to reporters, after a massive rally at Stamford University, outside of Birmingham.” Many things might be said about him but I would not attribute dishonesty to Senator McCain.”

In further discussing how Romney was in for keeping timelines a private discussion -Huckleberry shows that even someone ordained can be a lying scumbag by declaring Mitt was for a pullout.

Bottom line…Romney supports the surge,defers to the wisdom of Petreaus and wants to see our men and women home and out of harms way. He wants to see a definition to closure. It’s not a pullout.


While he has never set public date for withdrawal, Romney has said that President Bush and Iraqi leaders should have private timetables and benchmarks with which to gauge progress on the war and determine troop levels. He has said publicly that he agrees with Gen. David Petraeus, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, that U.S. troops could move to more of an oversight role in 2008.

This post is not approved by Mitt Romney. I dare say Huck and McCain’t would disapprove also.



  1. Elric66 says:

    Its pretty sad that the Republican party has sunk so low that McCain is a front runner. Maybe it is time for a 3rd party. I cant see much difference between the Dems and Republicans.

  2. Ryan says:

    Evan as a patriotic vet, I cannot see McCain in any sort of positive light. Quite frankly, he disgusts me.

    To be frank, I don’t even rightly see him as a war hero. Sure, what he went through sucked, but bear in mind that a) he would have died if it wasn’t for his father’s position in the Navy, b) because the VC were looking at McCain as a bargaining chip with his father, he was probably treated significantly better than other prisoners.

    Granted I would never wish it upon anybody, but how exactly is it that we define “heroes” these days?

  3. in2thefray says:

    I have to say there’s always the potential difference between what one was and what one is.

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