Thursday, March 15, 2007

McCain- Gonzalez Should Not Be Forced Out

Mccain spoke to a group of 400 people in Alton, IA (400 people in Alton?!?) and said Gonzales should not be forced out...

WHOtv has all of the details.

15 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

McCain is right. Clinton fired 92 in one day and called it normal. Any Republican who thinks Gonzalez should resign is a pussy.

1:08 PM  
Anonymous FRANK!!! said...

Frank Stallone agrees with 1:08pm.

Any republican who wimps out and gives in to the dems is a piece of shit who should be water-boarded every day for a month.

Frank Stallone would tell Hillary and Nancy to suck it - then he would sing, then he would dance, then he would brag about meeting Don Ho once in bar in Hawaii.

Frank Stallone is not a wimp. Are you?

Romney's people would have given in already because the pretty boy doesn't want to get his hair all messed up.

Frank Stallone in '08!

1:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go Frank! Now's the time for the wussies to go home and let a real man rule the country!

2:17 PM  
Blogger The Real Sporer said...

Arlen must be spending more time with Phil these days.

Why wouldn't we fight back on this b.s.?

Feinstein has been trying to get that Lamb woman fired for two years. What hypocricy!!!!

3:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jamie Johnson just predicted on his radio show that McCain will not be a candidate for the presidency by the New Hampshire primary...he made this prediction after seeing him in ames today and deciding he just doen't seem to have "it"

3:43 PM  
Blogger Peter said...

'Had it eight years ago, though.

4:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A former Sioux County Chair said that there were more like 150 people in Alton, and that the DMRegister got spun.

Funny.

Sounds like McCain didn't make any friends up at the Capitol today, either.

7:04 PM  
Anonymous indeed said...

7:04
Heard that about the capitol too
heh heh heh

10:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

7:04,

You must have been mistaken for the Romney event.

400 plus on a church night and state basketball is impressive.

8:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Think about this for a second...

John McCain will have spoken to roughly 2,000 Iowans during this week's events.

Mitt Romney hasn't even spoken to 2,000 Iowans - TOTAL - since he began campaigning here almost a year ago.



Mitt Romney has become the Barbaro of 2008...lots of promise early on but too many broken bones that won't heal...

8:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Didn't the SPINELESS Republicans , including G.W.learn anything from the recent past !!!

Wake up, get some ####, act like Real Men not Girly Men before your Republican supporters give up on you !!

9:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"a former sioux county chair"

interesting...call the manager at the Country club and ask him how many chairs were taken up.

There were just shy of 400 people there. Just ask all of the old ladies complaining about not having enough seats

12:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A good way to figure it out is to take the number of attendees at a similar Romney event and multiply it by 4. Then you will have the number of attendees for the McCain event.

It seems to be a fairly accurate pattern!

1:25 AM  
Anonymous two legs good, four legs better said...

1:08 is right!!!

Why aren't the Republicans pointing this out? Tell Schumer and Helen Thomas to get fucked!!


The republicans just sit there and take this from the RATS and they wonder why they lost the damn election.

7:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The idiots in the White House (and perhaps even the HEAD idiot) can't seem to shoot straight once again.

They should have said on DAY ONE that Clinton had Reno fire all 93 U.S. Attorneys, and he had every right to do it for political reasons, and so does Bush and Gonzalez. It's amazing that they are being spooked by the media vultures, who are taking their cues from the pathetic Democrats in Congress.

10:10 PM  

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