Sunday, November 06, 2005

Pandagon: McCain slips between the sheets with Falwell

Boy, that didn't take long. Since the Bush waterboy launched his Straight Talk America site to gear up for 2008, it was only a matter of time before he started bed hopping with the AmTaliban to lock up that vote. Rev. Tinkywinky's at the head of the line.

The religious extremists in his party questioned his credentials the last time around, and sat back smirking while the Chimp campaign destroyed him (and his family) in SC. He isn't about to make that mistake again. What a shameless tool. (USNews.com):

Sen. John McCain is taking action to make it hard for conservatives to write him off in the 2008 presidential race. His office confirms that the maverick moderate recently met with the Rev. Jerry Falwell, a conservative icon who is influential with voters on the right. Also, as McCain prepares a campaign-style trip to South Carolina, critical in the 2008 GOP primaries, a key ally is putting himself in the good graces of conservatives. South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham is winning kudos from conservatives for backing Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, raising his stature in the state and maybe even making his 2008 endorsement the key to victory. And should McCain win the state that derailed his 2000 bid, Graham would vault to the top of the veep list, say insiders.
 
Looks like McCain is going to try to save the party. It won't work. Not this time.

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