[FoRK] Challenge for McCain critics

geege schuman geege4 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 28 08:12:04 PDT 2008

I don't see McCain as much of a diplomat, which is where I see the greatest
similarity to Bush.  McCain is hawkish.

The simpletons that put and kept Bush in office still want a hawk to
"protect us from evildoers."  McCain talks the same talk as Bush.  He has
the same unilateral approach to solving our problems abroad, while Obama has
already reached out to our former allies.

On Thu, Aug 28, 2008 at 10:54 AM, Paul Jimenez <pj at place.org> wrote:

> Jeff Bone wrote:
> >
> > You know, the really insane thing about all this "McCain is Bush"
> > noise that's going around is that, really, there was not a *single*
> > credible candidate that the GOP *could* have put up that is *less*
> > like Bush and *more* acceptable to the moderate middle.
> My own theory isn't so much that "McCain is Bush" as "McCain *will be*
> Bush if elected because that's what it will take for him to get
> elected".  He chose his team and has to play by their rules, much as he
> might hate some or even most of them.  On one level I do wish McCain
> would win because it might help end the dominance of the GOP by the
> Bush/neocon hegemonies, in favor of someone more moderate.
>  --pj
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