But it can't be said often enough
Why do establishment Republicans insist on whomping John McCain against a pole like some rabid cat?
Especially the conservatives. They're whomping him and whomping him, metaphorically in South Carolina, pivoting, turning on their heels, shrieking with a mixture of hysteria, panic and glee.
While they're whomping, they might want to answer this question: Don't they want to win the White House?
Or would they feel better if Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama were commander in chief, dealing with the Islamofascists, filling a vacancy on the Supreme Court and turning the Justice Department over to a big city political machine?
Yep. It cracks me up that the fact that some Democrats and a lot of independents vote for McCain is seen as a negative. What did they used to call those folks in the 1980s? Oh, yeah, Reagan Democrats. Ronnie must have been a liberal or something.
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