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June 16, 2008

ONYD: John McCain and Judges

Filed under: Politics — CPav @ 10:51 pm
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John McCain can’t seem to keep his stances straight. First, he meets with former Hillary Clinton supporters and tells them he supported Bill Clinton’s Supreme Court nominees Ginsberg and Breyer, then turns around and tells a Virtual Town Hall that he wouldn’t have selected Ginsberg or Breyer.\

And, in that same town hall, designed to woo former Clintonistas, McCain spoke out against Roe v. Wade and abortion, and in support of conservative Supreme Court nominations.

Uh, Senator? To get their support, you’re supposed to tell them what they want to hear.

The Virtual Town Hall article also speaks to the differences between the McCain who earned a reputation as a maverick reformer in the 2000 campaign and today’s model, who kowtows to the Republican right, even when he’s trying to convert centrist Democrats.
 
 
 
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1 Comment »

  1. Yet somehow the label “flip-flopper” never seems to stick!

    Amelia

    Comment by Amelia — July 5, 2008 @ 11:04 pm | Reply


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