Thursday, November 06, 2008

I hope I never have to hear John McCain say, “My friends” again.”

If John McCain wanted to talk straight he would have talked about all of Obama’s sorry relationships.

Sarah Palin pulled McCain’s “chestnuts out of the fire” and he knows it, and should say so.

John McCain’s staff may be the worst campaign team ever assembled and now they are picking on Governor Palin because they lost.

Michelle Obama may love America now, but she hated America before her husband started his run to be President.

I’m thankful that I will feel no guilt in showing President Obama the same respect and loyalty he and his Democratic friends showed President Bush.

Does this sound mean spirited? I hope not. I don’t feel mean and I’m not mad. I’m just tired of hearing about straight talk but never getting any!


Anonymous said...

Just about every day I check your blog to see your comments concerning the election.!
I'm with you all the way!

skoots1mom said...

when did it get so difficult for people to tell the truth...and why to they think others don't notice or hear? Obviously America didn't hear a lot or remember a lot...we'll see how the next few years go.
I'm hoping Palin runs again...or I'd like to see her in as a SENATOR.
I'm resting in our Lord for he watches over the wicked and the righteous and He will have his vengeance one day...because we are but a puff!

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

I thought I posted, but it disappeared, I'll try again.

I agree with your straight talk!

I was beginning to think McCain was endorsing Obama, the way he kept sticking up for him (saying he wasn't a socialist, etc.)

P.S. - You may want to read what I posted on my Power of Prayer blog.

Ms.Daisy said...

I think the problem, Clif, was that no one wanted to hear any bad news about Obama. I understand it was a majority of unmarried women who pushed Obama over the top and I'm pretty sure they had their hands firmly clapped over their ears!


Debbie said...

I am in total agreement with you Cliff. Keep on writing your thoughts. You couldn't have said it better.