“I have to see it. I can’t tell you I’d vote for or against something that I haven’t seen.”

Why not?

 McCain expected Congress to fall in line behind his Immigration Reform package without having seen or read it.   

But he won’t comment on the President’s tax stimulus package for the same reason?

“I have to see it. I can’t tell you I’d vote for or against something that I haven’t seen.”

There is little wonder McPain can’t garner the confidence of conservative voters.

You can’t have it both ways, Johnny. 

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2 Responses to ““I have to see it. I can’t tell you I’d vote for or against something that I haven’t seen.””

  1. Rhet Says:

    Because he said so, eh? He’s not only an ELDERstatesman, he’s a hero who (with the help of his comrad-in-arms, John Kerry) brought the Viet Cong to their knees one Christmas on the banks of a river in Cambodia. You remember that dream? Yeah, Kerry was lying there under the stars thinking of President Nixon (he wrote). Only problem: Nixon hadn’t been elected YET!!!

    Some of us elders need to start those aricept meds. Some earlier than others.

  2. TL Winslow Says:

    The age-old pesky U.S.-Mexico border problem has taxed the resources of both countries, led to long lists of injustices, and appears to be heading only for worse troubles in the future. Guess what? The border problem can never be solved. Why? Because the border IS the problem! It’s time for a paradigm change.

    Never fear, a satisfying, comprehensive solution is within reach: the Megamerge Dissolution Solution. Simply dissolve the border along with the failed Mexican government, and megamerge the two countries under U.S. law, with mass free 2-way migration eventually equalizing the development and opportunities permanently, with justice and without racism, and without threatening U.S. sovereignty or basic principles.

    Click the url and read about the new paradigm for U.S.-Mexico relations.

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