Carol Platt Liebau: A Couple of Questions for McCain

Sunday, January 06, 2008

A Couple of Questions for McCain

Wouldn't it be great if Mitt Romney could ask John McCain a couple of questions:

Do you regret anything you've done as a senator within the last seven years -- whether it's supporting campaign finance reform that's led to the rise of 527's, trying to shove down America's throat immigration legislation that's effectively amnesty, or voting against President Bush's tax cuts?

If so, what have you learned from your mistakes? If not, why not?

Oh, and by the way, it would be interesting to hear more about McCain's crusade on global warming, especially now that there is serious dispute about whether global warming is a result of human activity.

How does McCain feel about job-killing treaties like Kyoto?


Blogger Jack said...

McCain claims he heard the people speak. I disagree or he is tone deaf. Amnesty is Amnesty is Amnesty! That is the long and the short of it. I would vote for a Democrat before I would vote for McCain and I gave up on the Democrats after Carter screwed us all.

McCain is too arrogant to listen to anyone until you have him by the throat. McCain would rather team up with the likes of a Kennedy or Gore than listen to the voters. McCain will attempt to ‘flim flam’ us just like other tenured politicians and try to sell it as following his convictions. Of course, McCain is a man of principle. What a load of bull s&*t.

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