Daily Archives: 3 October 2008

Called out

Apparently, my 28 September and 2 October articles admitting that Obama is winning right now and expressing my disappointment with the vice presidential debate touched a nerve with at least some of my readers. One commenter asked whether I changed my mind about my support for McCain.

The answer is unequivocally no. I support John McCain as much as I did on 26 January 2008 when I first concluded he was the only candidate suitable for me to vote for as president based on my standard of national security. That conclusion holds true as much now as it did then: I support John McCain for President of the United States.

The question really is, do you? […] Continue reading

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We’ve heard this one before

This afternoon, the House of Representatives will vote again on a revised version of the Wall Street bailout bill they defeated Friday. I don’t know about you, but I hate having to do the same work twice. There has been … Continue reading

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