Monday, September 15, 2008

The sequel is always worse than the original- George III

"We've seen this movie before. And we know, the sequel is always worse than the original. If you're ready for four more years of George Bush, then John McCain is your guy. McCain could easily become known as 'Bush 44' (a reference to Bush being the 43rd U.S. president)"
-Senator Biden

Political spot produced by cartwrightdale, a former Republican who voted for Bush twice. The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina opened his eyes as to what the current Republican party stands for so he quit the GOP in disgust and is channeling all his efforts into electing Barack Obama as President.

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"The recent GOP convention culminated in John McCain’s acceptance of his party’s nomination at the end of a four day effort to convince the American public that his Presidency would be something other than a third Bush term and that he is still the maverick many of us believed in when he ran for President in 2000. However, the facts simply do not bear this out. Senator McCain’s voting record, the clearest indicator of his support of the Bush Administration’s policies regarding the economy, the Iraq war, personal privacy, healthcare and the other issues facing our nation, has only increased in the past 8 years to 95% in 2007 & 100% in 2008 while the American public’s support and approval of President Bush and his Administration’s policies has dwindled to record levels in that time."

"Clearly, Senator McCain is out of step with mainstream America, for as the nation as with increasing strength has cried out for change voicing disapproval of the Bush administration in ever increasing numbers, McCain has taken the opposite path in supporting President Bush to a greater degree each passing year. The recent GOP convention took great pains to turn the focus of the American public away from John McCain’s voting record of support for the unpopular Bush administration, and instead use slight of hand tactics to turn voter’s attention to his life story. Our primary focus this election cycle is to reach individuals who already oppose Bush, but believe McCain would be "different".

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