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Senator Mccain does not qualify to be president

claypigeon
Pride_of_Scotland

I am reposting this debate as I find it interesting and the last person bailed. As much of an open Obama supporter that I am, I also vehemently support Senator Mccain. In an election between any other democrat in the field and Mccain, I would probably vote for Mccain. I say this not to pander but to show my bias. As much as I like Senator Mccain, I do not believe he qualifies to be president, legally. My argument has only one main part and I would be happy if someone can convince me that...

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11 Comments
Updated 7 Years Ago

Senator Mccain does not qualify to be President.

claypigeon
Farooq

As much of an open Obama supporter that I am, I also vehemently support Senator Mccain. In an election between any other democrat in the field and Mccain, I would probably vote for Mccain. I say this not to pander but to show my bias. As much as I like Senator Mccain, I do not believe he qualifies to be president, legally. My argument has only one main part and I would be happy if someone can convince me that I am wrong as I truly do like Mccain and I would like justification to vote for him...

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8 Comments
Updated 7 Years Ago

presidential elections- mcCain is going to win

killerqueen
Ragnar_Rahl

John McCain is going to win this election because the best person for the job has already dropped out of the race.(Mitt Romney) I think tho that John McCain is the second best choice becaus he is experienced and knows how to win. He believes in the right things that God has taught us to believe in and he's a fighter and will definitely push for good causes. You see Hillary Clinton is just like her husband she gives us a story and says she'll make a promise but she will just go break that promise...

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42 Comments
Updated 7 Years Ago

Resolved: McCain will not be president, even if Hillary is the democratic nominee.

blond_guy
polka-dots323

I'm glad that I can say this with conviction. McCain will not be president. He's like Bush all over again. Except that "I'm moderate" story isn't going to work for McCain. Conservatives AND Liberals don't like him. Even Ann Coulter said she'd vote for Hillary or Obama over McCain. Not to mention the president's 30% apporval rating and the so unpopular war in Iraq which McCain wants to keep for as long as it takes (and I quote, "maybe 100 years"). Resolved: McCain won't be the next president o...

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7 Comments
Updated 7 Years Ago

Solarman's Neo-con Republican picks (Romney McCain Bush) hurt our country through supporting the war

Rob1Billion
Solarman1969

I have been waiting to debate the great solarman for a long time and I have decided to make my move. Solarman supports the neo-conservatives, which are nothing more than confused republicans that are anything BUT conservative. They are not conservative on social policy. Conservatism would logically mean to keep the government OUT of people's lives. Bush, the Huckster, Romney, and McCain are not socially conservative. They support the War on Drugs, which is a billion dollar a week waste of capita...

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27 Comments
Updated 7 Years Ago

John McCain is not a conservative

wingnut2280
cody30228

John McCain is not a conservative and should barely be considered a republican. I'm so sick of him crying out for my support just because he has an R after his name. McCain is continually and extremely liberal on all of the major issues that conservatives care about with the exception of life. On amnesty, McCain-Kennedy took one of the most liberal positions possible on the issue, allowing over 20 million illegal immigrants safe passage to easy citizenship. On tax cuts, McCain is the only...

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4 Comments
Updated 7 Years Ago

McCain is not a conservative

wingnut2280
zakkuchan

John McCain is not a conservative and should barely be considered a republican. I'm so sick of him crying out for my support just because he has an R after his name. McCain is continually and extremely liberal on all of the major issues that conservatives care about with the exception of life. On amnesty, McCain-Kennedy took one of the most liberal positions possible on the issue, allowing over 20 million illegal immigrants safe passage to easy citizenship. On tax cuts, McCain is the only...

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4 Comments
Updated 7 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 7 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 7 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 7 Years Ago