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Thread: Oops! McCain Makes the Slip Conservatives Feared All Along. Breitbart.tv

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    "I'm a proud conservative liberal republic -- conservative Republican. Hello, easy there. Let me say this. I am a proud conservative Republican and both of my possible or likely opponents are liberal Democrats."

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    Doug Huffman wrote:
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    "I'm a proud conservative liberal republic -- conservative Republican. Hello, easy there. Let me say this. I am a proud conservative Republican and both of my possible or likely opponents are liberal Democrats."
    Freudian slip of the tongue I'd say!

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    Grapeshot wrote:
    Doug Huffman wrote:
    http://www.breitbart.tv/?p=54994
    "I'm a proud conservative liberal republic -- conservative Republican. Hello, easy there. Let me say this. I am a proud conservative Republican and both of my possible or likely opponents are liberal Democrats."
    Freudian slip of the tongue I'd say!

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    Speaking of Freudian slips. A little off topic but funny anyways.

    Two old guys are sitting on a bench talking and one asks the other if he's ever had a Freudian slip. The old man replies 'Yes, once I was at the airport and I said for them to give me two pickets for Titsberg. How about you?' The other man replies 'I think I had one this morning. I meant to ask my wife to pass the butter, but instead I said 'You bitch, you've ruined my life!"

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    I wonder if he's to old to be president.. was he just confused and does'nt have the mental endurance to be a world leader.. or was he speaking from the heart?

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    Or is he speaking, as the 'Manchurian Candidate', from his room at the Hanoi Hilton? Where are his principles that allowed him to survive, unbroken by years of torture that broke better men, now that he has risen to the pinnacle of the Repugnicrats?

    How does ARVN torture compare to waterboarding that is so heinous as to be banned? Worse, yet he embraces communist VN's place in the one world goverment, or kindly but still broke better men than John sKerry McLame.

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    I'm no fan of McCain, butat least he gives usa chance ofgetting decent federal judges appointed. There would be no chance with Obama or Clinton.

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    Forty-five wrote:
    I'm no fan of McCain, butat least he gives usa chance ofgetting decent federal judges appointed. There would be no chance with Obama or Clinton.
    Federal Judges are subject to the whims - Advice and Consent - of Congress.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advice_and_consent
    Article II, Section 2, paragraph 2 of the United States Constitution states:

    The President shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, Judges of the supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States, whose Appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by Law: but the Congress may by Law vest the Appointment of such inferior Officers, as they think proper, in the President alone, in the Courts of Law, or in the Heads of Departments.
    ETA emphasis

    Do you think that the Congress will be more or less conservative after the election and will it be strong enough to resist the left-ward rush?

    Sockpuppet McLame will not resist his handlers.

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    Some chance is still better than no chance.

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    No chance is the same as no chance.

    Don't let the parties ram these maggots down our thoats, Hag Hillary, B. Hussein Osama-Obama or John sKerry McLame.

    Vote Constitution Party or write in Ron Paul.

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    I never "feared this all along", I knew it as soon as I looked at his record. :X
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    I never thought I would see the day that the GOP would be dumb enough to nominate such an obvious RINO. Bush has proven to be a RINO on many issues, but McCain goes halfway from Bush to Billy-Bob Clinton. Sad, sad, sad.
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    John McCain is, unfortunately, the only Republican candidate and the best Democratic candidate!



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    John McCain is, unfortunately, the only Republican candidate and the best Democratic candidate!

    It would be funny if it wern't true. :what:

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    BobCav wrote:
    John McCain is, unfortunately, the only Republican candidate and the best Democratic candidate!

    Sad to hear, but very, very well put. I'm going to use that if you don't mind as it is a great way to explain it.
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    'Democrat' is the name of the party. 'Democratic' is an adjective that may or may not be properly applied to the party. 'Demos' is the root for both, meaning common and vulgar.

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    Help yourself...

    Republicrat?

    Poo-Poo, Dung, Manure, Feces, Number Two, Ca-Ca, etc.... different names, same smell.

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    You mean like when we're told that we live in a democracy with a living constitution?

    Like prayer, vocalizing or sub-vocalizing words makes them somehow more real. Saying stupid things over and over is what got us here...that and tolerance and agape.

    Obviously I'm getting into the mindset for Lent Service and Supper in a while.

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    Doug Huffman wrote:
    living constitution? .
    is just a nice way of saying "we make the **** up as we go, and change the rules as they suit us"

    which ain't so bad till you start wondering what "US" are they referring tool.

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