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Saturday, February 18, 2006

 

Did Karl Rove Give the Nod to John McCain for 2008?



McCAIN'S BUSHIES - Robert Novak

Major political contributors to George W. Bush who have never given a dime to prospective 2008 Republican presidential candidate John McCain received letters, dated Feb. 8, asking for donations to the senator's Straight Talk America political action committee.

Obviously using President Bush's direct mail list, the letter signed by McCain asks for $1,000 or $1,500 to support candidates agreeing with McCain on "key issues." It specifically lists "limiting federal spending, immigration reform, military readiness, global climate change, Social Security reform, reining-in lobbyists, reducing the power of the special interests and putting an end to wasteful pork barrel spending by Congress."

Each recipient received a card to be filled in for McCain's files. "I'm asking you to update your file card," requests the letter, though the Bush contributors had no previous card in the senator's files.
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Time for reading the tea-leaves on THIS bit of interesting info!

Posit- if McCain is utilizing Bush's top donator list then we can safely assume that the Bush team (Rove) has decided that the best GOP candidate for the 2008 campaign will be John McCain.

There has been evidence that there is a bit of a thawing between McCain and some of the GOP rank and file. And, let's face it, he is the single best candidate to face a Hillary Clinton candidacy.

But, McCain is still in dutch with conservatives. The best thing McCain can do to totally heal that rift is to renounce McCain-Feingold, in my opinion. But I don't see McCain, stubborn as he is, ever doing that.

I am definitely not a McCain fan. I do not think he is much of a statesman, I do not believe he has a stable personality, nor do I feel he has much by way of a real philosophy. I would not like to see a McCain nod from the GOP.

He has an unpredictable temper, too. This makes him untrustworthy. However, it wold sure be great to see him turn on the Press which he will inevitably do if he sat in the oval office.

However, I would have to vote for him if he was all we had to offer for the sole reason that he will continue the Bush doctrine on the GWOT. And NO Democrat would do that. The Democrats are soft on terror and bad for our security with their hatred of our military.

May we live in interesting times, indeed.

-Warner Todd Huston
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