Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it whether it exists or not, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedy.

- Earnest Benn


When you think of celebrating the founding of this country you have to think about the men who created this great nation. These were not average or typical men but leaders. When you consider our presidential candidates you have to ask if they have the strength of character to be one of these men, as anything less does not deserve your vote.

Whatever complaint you may have about John McCain, if you fully understand the ordeal of his time and the choices he made as a POW you would have to accept his incredible character and courage. John McCain could have gone home, could have taken the easy way out, but he had the strength to sacrifice himself with considerable suffering.

posted at 03:44:04 on 07/04/08 by clearpolitics - Category: Holiday - [Permalink]

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Oyvin wrote:

I dont think the foundings father thought that they have to fight against hypocrites when they stated The Bill of Rights. I mean it will be hypocriticy if people stated that Barack Obama dont have the stuff to make it as President. The Bill of Rights says that everyone should have the equal rights to serve as the President of USA when they have reached "the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States". Thats all it takes and Barack Obama have it all.
07/05/08 19:40:06

Proud to be an American wrote:

Actually you have to have been born on U.S. soil and be 35 to be president. In which case, I or millions of other U.S. citizens could qualify. The founding fathers did not intend the U.S. to become a socialist country, which is what Obama's policies are. Obama is an untried, inexperienced politician who hates America, another thing our founding fathers would have frowned upon. JohnMcCain has served our country longer than 143 days and has shown his loyalty for our country. He is a true American and is actualy qualified to be pres.
07/26/08 01:53:38

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