Romney exit sets McCain’s course – USATODAY.com

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4 Responses to “Romney exit sets McCain’s course – USATODAY.com”

  1. jbintenn Says:

    We do not need to get side-tracked here.

    The Democrats would love nothing more than for the conservatives to argue amongst themselves as to whether we think McCain is truly conservative or not and try to figure out a way to unite the party before the general election. We have to realize that oil and water do not mix and they never will. This party is now fragmented and it is becuase of McCain. We will never have a chance to win the general election unless the one responsible for this steps down…..then we might have a chance.

    Please call your representatives and let them know this.

  2. jbintenn Says:

    All of you who are going back and forth on whether McCain is truly conservative or not is fine but that is not the biggest issue.

    The real profound obvious fact here is that we are about to nominate someone who will never be able to beat the Democrats in this election….period. A vote for McCain is a vote for the ‘other side’. That is just fact.

    Again, for the good of the party and the country, McCain needs to be asked to step aside

  3. jbintenn Says:

    I would like to suggest to everyone who is not happy with McCain, as well as the Republican party, to begin applying pressure from within the party.

    Please call your elected officials who represent you and make it known that McCain is not the best choice for the party, that he is just too controversial, and therefore he should be asked to get out of the race, for the good of the party and the country. He should be asked, therefore, to get out of the race. If enough voices get heard along these lines, it will make a difference.

    McCain will never step out of the race on his own unless he hears from his peers within the party to convince him otherwise.

  4. jbintenn Says:

    I’d admire Romney for stepping down for the ‘good of the country and the party’. Shouldn’t McCain be the one stepping down, though, if he will not be able to totally unite the Republican party, which I feel he will not be able to do.

    He is just too controversial and will divide the party much more than unite it. The sooner he realizes this and realized that it will be he who will jeopardize this country being put into the hands of the Democrats, the better.

    Now I know why the Dems wanted him to be the nominee. Hmmm you don’t think they helped McCain get this far do you?

    The moderate Republicans should have had a clue when they went to the voting booth and realized McCain is the Dems choice for one good reason. They know they can beat him in the general election. We have played right into the Democrats hands on this one.

    McCain has to step down now!

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