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Does the McCain-Feingold "Campaign Finance Reform Act" violate Americans' "Freedom of Speech"???

Csavage472
Jones1

To CLARIFY, I take the unequivocal position "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt" that the "Bipartisan Campaign Finance Reform Act of 2002" co-sponsored by Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) & Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) as well as signed into law by Republican President, George W. Bush, is NOT a violation of Americans' "Freedom of Speech" EXCLUDING, of course, the provision in the law that allows the Federal Government to regulate and/or restrict "issue ad(s)." In other words, my position is more accurate of that...

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9 Comments
Updated 7 Years Ago

John McCain should receive the Republican nomination instead of Mitt Romney.

jevan
mjvoss

John McCain is an experienced conservative leader in the tradition of Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, and Ronald Reagan. He is a common sense conservative who believes in a strong national defense, a smaller, more accountable government, economic growth and opportunity, the dignity of life and traditional values. Let us start with a some points. 1. Mitt Romney lacks foreign policy experience. He was only the govenor of Massachusetts. John McCain has actually delt with foreign leaders...

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18 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

Ron Paul is a better nominee than John McCain

LandonWalsh
Richard89

Both are veterans, both have military support, but I contest. Ron Paul is a better republican nominee than John McCain. (I want to debate scottberman this, but i'm already debating him i'll do so later... anyone else want to give it a try?) I will use my positional statement as my opening argument and allow my opponent to go first. Good Luck....

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8 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

Mitt Romney would be a better president (for the Republican Party) than John McCain.

shwayze
Jokerdude

Mitt Romney is a true conservative and that will advance the Reagan movement of the 1980s economically, socially, militarily, and internationally. John McCain is a phony conservative whose record is pathetic from a conservative perspective....

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18 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

McCain lost the election during the California debate.

shwayze
booyaka

McCain was a complete disaster during the debate in California. Not only was arrogant, childish, and crude, he was exposed for his pathetic responses to numberous questions which I will detail later...makes me wonder how McCain even won a state....

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4 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

John McCain is gay

SlimRusek
Conservative

I am in favor to believe that John McCain is gay because I think that it is the thing that was good. Please have a detailed rebuttle and this will go more smoothly than a no thoughted out debate on www.debate.org which is a great site that holds debates for My birthday Party. thank you...

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1 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

John McCain is the Best canidiate for Democrats and Republicans

RepublicanView333
Daxitarian

I believe John McCain is the best canidiate for both the democrats and republicans. i also think the democrats biggest fear is a republican taking office and the Republicans (and i can back this up because RepublicanView is a republican and its my biggest fear) biggest fear is a Democrat taking office. For both sides i believe John McCain is the best Canidiate for the job as president. I'll say it now, please anyone on the Republican side dont debate and say he's not conservative enough...

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5 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

The Huckabee-McCain Alliance

wingnut2280
clsmooth

Mike Huckabee and John McCain are in political cahoots. Thats right, cahoots. Huckabee has stayed in the race in order to ensure a McCain nomination. While other candidates have dropped out in better circumstances, Huckabee stays in to split the base and draw votes from Romney. This has allowed McCain the victory on super tuesday and to become the heir-apparent to the nomination. McCain and Huckabee each have a personal despise for Romney and have worked togehter to ensure he doesn't get n...

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21 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

Mitt Romney vs. John McCain: Romney is a better choice for the Republican nomination.

WannabeMusketeer
big_chief90

Former Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney, is the best choice for the Republican Presidential nomination. He has the experience as a business man and in the realm of business as a whole to lead America out of it's economic low. He can bring America's economy to it's golden ages. He is also an overall good conservative on all the issues that are important to the hardcore conservative base of the party. He also has the leadership skills, seeing that he has already lead a state in the eecutive bra...

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12 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

The Conservative base of the Republican Party should support John McCain for President.

WannabeMusketeer
sadolite

Now that Senator John McCain has basically secured his nomination as the Republican Party's nominee for the 2008 Presidential election, he has a lot of work a head of him. He has to unify not only the country behind him, but his own party! I'm a very conservative Republican; the epitome of the Party's base. I refuse to cast a vote for John McCain. Except mildly on terror, he doesn't reflect the Party's views. He is constantly compromising his "conservative" views and values in Congress and the l...

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8 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago