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A McCain Gaffe in Jordan

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  1. weswelker#83

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    "If foreign policy is supposed to be the area in which McCain is an expert, I’m terrified of what he might do to the economy."


    http://blog.washingtonpost.com/the-trail/2008/03/18/a_mccain_gaffe_in_jordan.html


    and

    http://thismodernworld.com/4238


    Terrible !
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    Second time in a short while when he's gaffed. Him saying he was a "liberal" the other. I'm wondering if age and the long campaign is catching up with him. Long way to go.
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    One soundbite just summed up McCain and the current strategy in the Middle East.

    We are fighting "extreemists" in a "war on terrorism"....what a joke.... When you need to parse words to describe the enemy you will only convince simple minded foolios that what you are doing is right. Good thing only smart people vote!

    I'm sick of this...
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    Can't wait until the general election. I think McCain is in way over his head, unless you favor a 100 year war in the ME.
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    He probably loses to Hillary, but smokes the black panther.
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    Was watching MSNBC and they were showing McCain saying the same thing, AGAIN. A discussion followed trying to decide if he was having a Sr. moment or is using Bush's strategy, lying. Don't fret, he'll be great in the debates.
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    Being a senior, McCain is 20 years senior to me and most of the people I know have some serioius senior moments.. it is called aging.. and one of the issues I have with McCain in the oval office.
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    Yeah, getting old has its consequences. That's why all presidents select the best and brightest to be their eyes and ears, and even confidantes, while studying the world scene and making big decisions. This is not new. Reagan, Eisenhower, FDR, Woodrow Wilson -- all older guys need a good support staff. Even the younger ones do, too, for that matter. Let's pray for whoever ends up in the White House.

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    Who's the "Black Panther"?

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