McCain needs to stay on the offense……


This week, we have seen what is and always has been predictable when it comes to the election cycle and the liberals. Their polls until this week have had Obama getting a wider and wider lead, and the media has followed suit by proclaiming that Obama is ALREADY THE WINNER!

McCain has been on the offensive this past week, and he needs to stay there, because Obama hasn’t been able to figure out how to counter this. It is as Nancy of Conservative Insights said in a comment here today about Obama:
The guy is a weakling, which is why it is so frustrating that conservatives are not fighting this guy harder. When you go after him, he crumbles and doesn’t know how to fight back, this is what needs to be done by the McCain camp. Stick to offense all the way until election day.

I totally agree with this because we have seen this week, as Rush predicted it months ago, that at the end of the campaign season, and coming towards the election, the polls will close up and get tighter, because polls being wrong as they usually are, and of course how they are usually in the tank for the democrats, they also like to be right, so they are correcting themselves now. Some of them even show McCain ahead of Obama.

For a while, McCain was trying to be the nice one by doing his best to stay off of Obama’s weak points, but he found out that Obama was still being snippy and telling lies about him, so he finally got smart and started telling the things about Obama that needed to be brought out long before now.

Then, when Biden threw in there a few days ago, that after Obama becomes president, the world will be testing him as they do all new and inexperienced presidents.

It is like I said the other day, we do not need a president who has to have on the job training, especially when we have terrorist cells all over, that are threatening us daily.

And, if Obama gets into the White House, one of the first things he will probably do after raising our taxes, is surrendering in the War on terror. Then, we will have the problem of them coming here. And with Obama in the White House we will be totally at their mercy, because Obama, nor his cabinet, will know what do do. So in Biden’s stupid comment, I believe that he is right. We will be tested, and not in pleasant ways either.

If McCain gets into the White House, we won’t have to worry about that, because the terrorists know where McCain is coming from and they will not try him. I think that they would be afraid of doing that because he is not a whimp. And, that is where we will be safer. With McCain, not Obama.

Obama is a whimpy, whiney, little man-child, who does not care about what is best for the United States. He only cares about being the dictator, or the President, and his talking points. And these will not be good for this nation. It is like I have said over and over again, and you may be getting tired of me saying this, but we have to wake up and smell the coffee, because the times we are having now are no where near as bad as they will be if Obama wins the election. Mark my words on this people. Mark my words on this Obama. Mark my words on this Biden. You will never be a good administration. And we will have no one to blame but ourselves for being so hypnotized with the idea of change, that we can’t see the forest for the trees. People, not all change is good, and Obama’s change, is not going to be good.

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-Robert-
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About Robert P. Garding

I am a Reagan Conservative, who is very alarmed at the Liberals who have just lost their majority over our government, but continue to act like it never happened. They have to be stopped. NOW or even sooner.
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12 Responses to McCain needs to stay on the offense……

  1. Amen, just keep hitting this guy he’ll crumble to the ground eventually.
    http://www.thenewconservatives.blogspot.com/

  2. Grace says:

    You mean- we’ll have no one to blame but ourselves… like we do for the last 8 years?

  3. Lemmings says:

    One new blog post, a good 5 paragraphs of things you’ve either said before, or that still aren’t entirely true.

    Obama’s plan is to cut taxes for 95% of the country, so that people making more than a quarter million will take more of the burden. He offers more tax credit to the lower and middle classes of working citizens for children or school than does John McCain. These things have been shown during the FDR and Clinton administrations to do good things for the people and the economy. So yes, if you make more than $250K jointly with your spouse and you happen to be reading this blog, most things will likely occur after the Democrat controlled congress votes up Obama’s tax plan, which does raise your taxes.

    Obama has no intention of “surrendering” the war on terror. He has proposed from the start, a time table for American forces to turn power back over to the Iraqis. The very same thing that President Bush is negotiating right now. This is not surrender at all, it’s the very same thing we set out to do, sir. He’s planning for a surge in Afghanistan to not only quell the violence there, but so that we can continue our search for the likely dead Osama Bin Laden. He’s also willing to negotiate with Iran and Pakistan to ensure that their governments remain peaceful, as they have been in recent years.

    So yeah, surrender? Another lie from you. Obama spitting out lies about John McCain? Like what? That he’s voted with President Bush an extremely high majority of the time the past eight years and expects to be called a maverick? That he was a member of the Keating 5 Scandal? That he owns more houses and cars than any family as small as his own could reasonably have use for? All of these things are true about McCain, and should be free for use whenever the McCain campaign tries to criticize Obama’s economic policies or call him an elitist.

    McCain does need to stay on the offensive, and I agree that the media seems a little sure of this election, but the rest of your post was nothing more than ill founded hatred of the Democratic ticket. Do try to be more factual in the future, Robert.

  4. Nancy says:

    McCain will stay on offense, now its up to us if thats enough.

  5. Adam says:

    I have no idea why you are so adamant against Obama becoming president? He is clearly more intelligent than both McCain and Sarah combined, and has done nothing to warrant such fear from you. You seem utterly terrified to leave Iraq? What the hell are we surrendering? If you make less than $250,000 per year you won’t pay higher taxes!

    By the way, we do not have terrorists threatening us daily, it is just an illusion of fear created to take away our freedoms.

  6. Scott Martin says:

    This bullshit about not paying more taxes under Obama needs to be called. You may not pay capital gains taxes, Adam my friend, but most Americans making under 250K per year do. And you may not understand that Obama is going to repeal President Bush’s tax cuts for both the wealthy and the middle class, but the rest of us are.

    And to the idiot who is parroting Obama’s claim that 95% of Americans will get a tax cut, it might help if you understood that 40%+ of Americans pay no income tax. They can’t receive a tax cut.

    Me, I like to live in a country where I can plan to make more than 250K a year some day, which I promise you I will, and not be punished for it. \

    Hey Adam, what kind of level-one thinking must someone engage in to think we can have a prosperous country when we promise to punish anyone making 250K – plus? What kind of bitterness and clinginess and disdain for those who are not like them and selfishness must you assume on the behalf of the American people to want them to deny the American Dream to those who are doing the work necessary to achieve it?

  7. Scott Martin says:

    And, Adam, Jimmy Carter was clearly more “intelligent” than Ronald Reagan. Common sense often makes such idiotic arguments as meaningless as they seem to anyone who’s ever run a business.

    It’s the difference between one of the most-loved and successful presidents in American history and one of the most despised and laughed at.

  8. Scott Martin says:

    “By the way, we do not have terrorists threatening us daily, it is just an illusion of fear created to take away our freedoms.”

    Kind of like the how the fear of not having sufficient health care is about to take away our freedom to choose our own level of coverage?

    Or how our fear of the reach of conservative talk radio is about to take away freedom of speech via the Fairness Doctrine?

    Or how our fear of an possible depression is about to get us to elect a socialist to the nation’s highest office?

    You people own fear, Adam.

  9. Lemmings says:

    “And, Adam, Jimmy Carter was clearly more “intelligent” than Ronald Reagan. Common sense often makes such idiotic arguments as meaningless as they seem to anyone who’s ever run a business.

    It’s the difference between one of the most-loved and successful presidents in American history and one of the most despised and laughed at.”

    Jimmy Carter was one of the finest presidents this country had in terms of long-term thinking. When the conflict with Iran happened during his administration, he knew then that we’d be experiencing the very same kind of oil crisis we’re experiencing. He put plans in place that would’ve had our dependency on foreign oil destroyed by now. The only reason that Carter isn’t respected is because the Iranian hostage crisis went on until the end of his term.

    Regan removed them, and significantly cut taxes, which effectively ruined the income necessary for federal programs. That coupled with increased military spending to “defend” us from the Soviets (who wanted peaceable relations as much as we did, if only we could get more than bankers like David Rockefeller to be our diplomats.). Short term his tax cuts spurred growth in the markets, but effectively cut revenue to the government. (Proven fact. The revenues only increased because of economic growth, which is NOT a guarantee of tax cuts. Had tax rebates been given out to spur the economic growth, higher revenues would have been brought in to cover Regan’s high deficit. Granted it’s impossible to say that temporary rebates would have had the same effect, since they were never implemented, but by economic theory they should have a similar effect.)

    As for your other arguments: 95% of working Americans, IE, Americans who pay taxes, will receive tax cuts under an Obama plan, because 95% of people who work and pay taxes make less than $250K. Also, Obama has gone on the record as saying that those individuals will also not be given the capital gains tax.

    Also, mind you not everyone believes in the Fairness Doctrine. I for one despise it. The fear of a possible depression merely scares the American people into electing the official whom they believe will most likely be able to save the country from the economic depression. Also, fear of not having sufficient health care stems more from the fact that high risk individuals, like many in this country, are inelligible for health insurance at most companies. It’s the need to get these people covered that has caused the fear of many to believe we need a more universal healthcare idealism. Living in Indiana, I find programs like HIP, where the government acts as a business in the market, providing cheaper and non-denying coverage, work better. It’s one of the things I like about Mitch Daniels’s actions as governor.

    But whatever, fear of third world countries with substandard weapons should require our military. Gotcha. We’d be much better off using our military to secure our borders, and acting only as our foreign allies request of us. Interventionist policies are simply something this country cannot afford as we head into the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.

    Our people own logic, Scott, yours owns legitimate fear.

  10. Scott Martin says:

    “Jimmy Carter was one of the finest presidents this country had in terms of long-term thinking.”

    Jimmah’s great ability to think long-term led him to allow soviet communism to march unchecked into Afghanistan and South America. His fear of getting in the Soviet’s faces and demanding they act like decent world citizens gave them that power.

    Ronald Reagan’s lack of fear and long-term thinking ended the Soviet Union. Remember, Reagan is the guy who had been telling everyone exactly what needed to be done to put the USSR out of business since 1964. Once someone (he, himself) actually instituted said policies, the empire crumbled and died in 8 years, freeing hundreds of millions of slaves worldwide.

    Jimmah created a misery index to show how bad times were under Ford. Carter wasn’t re-elected and because he was an abject failure under his own presidential grading system.

    Jimmah suggested wearing sweaters as the solution to our energy problems. He also, like the fools who do so today, believes in forcing a system that clearly doesn’t believe it can do so profitably, to eliminate the need for oil in 10 years. On his watch, America ceased adding new refineries and began its assault on home born oil.

    Jimmah was so fearful of making decisions that he was found wanting on every subject he faces. He required massive research and big team projects to divine the answer to things that Reagan decided correctly on based on his common sense alone.

    “As for your other arguments: 95% of working Americans, IE, Americans who pay taxes, will receive tax cuts under an Obama plan, because 95% of people who work and pay taxes make less than $250K. Also, Obama has gone on the record as saying that those individuals will also not be given the capital gains tax.”

    95% of working Americans do not pay federal income taxes. However, many of those same people do pay cap gains. Don’t try to correct me when you have no clue what the hell you are talking about? Got it?

    Like this:
    “Regan removed them, and significantly cut taxes, which effectively ruined the income necessary for federal programs.”

    When someone can’t spell the name of the greatest president in his lifetime, there is no need to wonder why his mind is so diseased on the subject. Federal revenue under Reagan more than doubled, adjusted for inflation, thanks to the economic boom caused by his tax cuts. You can pretend it isn’t true, you can omit it all you want and attempt to rewrite history. It will never work.

    It just shows you to be a fearful, deceitful liar. Either that, or an uneducated fool. Keep clinging.

  11. Rob says:

    You could repeat this post daily and it would not be enough. I do hope to see McCain become more aggressive in the last few days. As bad as Bush may seem to be, we have not been attacked since 9/11, and I can only believe that McCain can continue to keep us safe. I refuse to listen to any talk of Obama’s tax plans because of his dishonesty, and his involvements with crooks, terrorists, and radical groups. The United States needs to wake up and see what kind of person Obama really is

  12. cube says:

    I’m not a McCain fan, but I can guarantee you that an Obama presidency would be a thousand times worse than a McCain presidency. It doesn’t take much brain power to figure that out.

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