Is the McCain-Palin ticket the true change line up?

Well at the top of the ticket we have seen much change.  McCain was against the Bush tax cuts, but now favors making them permanent.  McCain was calling the religious right “agents of intolerance”, but later embraced their support.

On the lower half of the ticket, Palin was for the “bridge to nowhere” before she was against it.  She was supporting Ted Stevens before she distanced her self from him.

I think they are ticket of change, change their minds, forget their previous position.  Maybe we can call them the Amnesia Ticket because they are counting on Americans forgetting their original positions.

-Josh

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2 Comments

  1. September 5, 2008 at 9:55 pm

    Some things I don’t understand.

    I thought Republicans, Conservatives stood for fiscal responsibility.
    McCain is supportive of continuing the Iraq war.
    That is at a cost of not billion, but HUNDREDS of billions of dollars.
    67% of Americans opposse this costly war.
    Why would anyone support that?

    I thought Consevatives had strong religious values.
    Yet they support the use of force in Iraq.
    What would Jesus say about that?

    McCain is now trumpeting the “change” chorus.
    But he voted 90% with Bush.
    How does that square with you?
    That’s not change; that’s more of the same (failed) policies.

  2. Josh said,

    September 5, 2008 at 11:00 pm

    Christian Liberal,

    I agree with you on each of your points.

    I am trying to poke fun at them for changing their positions, not Washington as so called “reformers”

    Thanks for reading!


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