Thursday, March 29, 2007

 

McCain is Out, Ron Paul is In

After Senator John McCain's publicly-exposed lies about the safety of Baghdad's streets on Bill Bennett's radio show and Wolf Blitzer's the Situation Room, we can now safely call the Senator out of the '08 presidential race and unofficially out of his mind.

McCain's comment, There are neighborhoods in Baghdad where you and I could walk through those neighborhoods today. was proven laughable when Blitzer, no anti-war freak himself, contacted CNN and NY Times correspondent Michael Ware, who blew big John out of the water with this pithy comment:
To suggest that there's any neighborhood in this city where an American can walk freely is beyond ludicrous. I'd love Senator McCain to tell me where that neighborhood is and he and I can go for a stroll.


Ware had more to refute, including McCain's unfounded claim that General Petraeus travels around the city in an unarmored Humvee.

McCain is officially toast. Adios, Senator.

Meanwhile, unbeknownst to almost anybody, Rep. Ron Paul of Texas announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination two days ago. The mainstream media doesn't want to mention Paul because they know he's a straight-talking critic of almost anything that goes down in Washington.

With Paul in the race - he'll never get the Republican nomination even though he's the most conservative voice of the party - we have the makings of the dream split-party ticket: Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich.

Libertarians and Conservatives should take note because both are from the House - the people's house - and not the Senate. It's time to start drafting Articles of Impeachment and talking up the potential for a real non-partisan ticket. Our democracy may not be dead just yet.

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