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don't tell me what to eat or what to say
all the beating drums, the celebration guns
you better think about it baby
irish blood english heart
re-up gang, we here to run this shit
my chickens, keep cluckin
on the banks of the old raritan
we're gonna march till you lose
don't call it a comeback
put the blood on me
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
and when i say devil, i leave no manifestation of doubt what about:
John McCain is the most experienced foreign-policy voice in the presidential election. And what does his experience yield?
He said several times that Iran, a predominately Shiite country, was supplying the mostly Sunni militant group, al-Qaeda. In fact, officials have said they believe Iran is helping Shiite extremists in Iraq.This is for McCain what "I voted for the $87 billion before I voted against it" was for John Kerry. The veneer is stripped away. What remains is the hollowness undergirding the certainty, the vacuity disguised as wisdom and the the ignorance masquerading as strength. This man knows nothing about the threat he endlessly tells us that he and he alone is qualified to face. It's over.
And add to it one more element:McCain 2008: 100 Years of Miscalculation.
Spencer, really, do you need to compare McCain to John Kerry? The Kerry quote was a an inartful way of expressing a coherent, accuratate statement - he voted for one version of a bill before voting against a second, different version. There was nothing false or mendacious about Kerry's statement.