Sunday, January 16, 2011


Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) — one of President Obama's most strident critics — praised the president's speech in Arizona at a memorial service for the victims of the Tucson shooting spree.

The Arizona senator and Obama's 2008 opponent penned an op-ed in the Washington Post, saying Obama "comforted and inspired the country" by calling for greater civility in the nation's political discourse.

"I disagree with many of the president's policies, but I believe he is a patriot sincerely intent on using his time in office to advance our country's cause," McCain wrote. "I reject accusations that his policies and beliefs make him unworthy to lead America or opposed to its founding ideals. And I reject accusations that Americans who vigorously oppose his policies are less intelligent, compassionate or just than those who support them."

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1 comment:

Ronbo said...

Dear Enemy of the People:

Please be advised that Big Brother Obama's well executed plan to destroy the Capitalist economy of the USA is right on schedule.

The start of the Super Depression cannot be more than a few months away in which uncounted millions of Capitalists will die of famine, disease and exposure while Socialists sit fat, warm and happy.

When Capitalism is destroyed in Imperialist Running Dog America, the world will march forward into the brave new world of Socialism and Islamism without worry of counter attack.


Sincerely, Winston Smith at the Ministry of Truth in Oceania.