Devil505 wrote:Look Mike, I'm not trying to pick on you but you say that McCain won't be just 4 more years of Bush yet you cannot or will not explain any difference between the two of them. I can point to how an Obama Presidency would be different than Bush on almost any subject you care to pick...Economics, foreign policy, etc. Simply stating that McCain won't be Bush's third term doesn't make it so.
I'll listen if someone can show me some real difference between Bush & McCain....There aren't any that I can see.
Devil, do me a favor, go back and read my posts, and please, tell me, where did I ever say that "McCain won't be just 4 more years of Bush". Please do so, or at least stop posting that I have said something, that in fact, I have not.
I'm not trying to pick on you either, but do not put words into my mouth. I don't appreciate it.
Now, seeing as we have, by now, acknowledged that I haven't said what you say I did, once again, I decline to "explain any difference between the two of them". I never said there was, or was not, a difference. Frankly, I never even addressed the issue of McCain vis a vis Bush. Oh, and on another note, while you say "Simply stating that McCain won't be Bush's third term doesn't make it so", I might also note that simply stating McCain will
be Bush's third term doesn't make it so either. If you were so good at predicting the future, we'd be voting for you as President... but we're not. Nobody knows what may happen, should McCain, or Obama, be elected.
My point, which I believe I have made more than clear in a few posts interspersed in your months of pedantic Obama drivel, is that, in my own opinion
, McCain is better suited for the position, and McCain is simply a better man. I have noted Obama's complete and utter failure to stand up for and defend the honor of the country he is intending to lead, and we have watched him simply stand by, motionless, as others make direct attacks on us. That, frankly, from a Presidential candidate, is both offensive and frightening to me. And based upon these few items, I do not believe that the man is either qualified for, or deserves, the position he seeks to attain.
That's all Devil, nothing more. This is only my opinion. I am not trying to alter anyone else's position, nor would I condescend to impart words or ideals upon another. As someone who has actually voted for Ron Paul in the past, physically worked in the Capitol Building, and heard all the political banter and blather for more decades than I care to admit, I can only say that whoever the poor soul is who wins this election, he is most likely doomed.
Now can we please get this damned election over, so we can all do the Rodney King thing and just get along?