I am voting for John McCain because during these uncertain times we need a leader who can guide the country without making snap decisions that we may later regret. He is the leader we need who can have a firm grip on the tiller of this country in order to steer us to greater times ahead.
John McCain is not the perfect presidential candidate. But he’s a better choice than Barack Obama. McCain, the Republican senator from Arizona, embodies traditional conservative values, a streak of independence and the depth of experience that qualify him for the Oval Office.
Forum Communications editorial
, October 22, 2008
Wisconsin News The McCain campaign continues to press the Obama campaign on the issue of alleged vote fraud and two Milwaukee police unions have endorsed McCain for President, in part they say because of Obama's past ties to the voter registration group ACORN.
John McCain wants us to believe he’ll bring real change to Washington. I actually might’ve believed him a month ago, when I still saw him as a fair-minded man not intimidated by the demands of the party he’s represented for over 20 years. However, two of his more recent decisions blatantly reveal that he’s firmly in the pocket of the political machine he claims he’ll “change.”
Grace Coggio, Town of Troy
, September 19, 2008
What if Barack Obama’s vice presidential pick had stepped on the convention stage with a 17-year-old, unwed daughter five months pregnant? Republicans would be screaming, “More proof of the failed liberal policies of the Democrats!”
James P. Nelson, New Richmond
, September 12, 2008
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