Monday, July 21, 2008

McCain Rejected by The New York Times

John McCain wrote an editorial hoping to have it published in the New York Times to counter an Editorial written by Senator Obama and published by the New York Times. According to the Drudge Report the McCain Editorial read in part, "Now Senator Obama has been forced to acknowledge that “our troops have performed brilliantly in lowering the level of violence.” But he still denies that any political progress has resulted." Senator Obama and the rest of those who oppose the continued occupation of Iraq have never claimed that the troops did not do their assignment well, what has been said Mr. McCain is that the leadership of the Republican Bush Cheney Administration did not do their job. The Leadership of this Republican Administration have failed from the beginning of this fiasco. They failed when lied about the reasons for invading a Soverigen Nation and orchestrating the overthrow of a sitting Government and installing a Government that they controlled. They failed with all the lies about why the occupation continues. And So, Senator McCain, if this Administration has failed, so to have you by your support for this illegal invasion and occupation.

According to the Drudge Report the McCain editorial continues, " To make this point, he mangles the evidence. He makes it sound as if Prime Minister Maliki has endorsed the Obama timetable, when all he has said is that he would like a plan for the eventual withdrawal of U.S. troops at some unspecified point in the future. " Obviously Mr. McCain is the person mangling the truth as evidenced by the statement to Spiegel by the Iraqi Prime Minister, ""So far the Americans have had trouble agreeing to a concrete timetable for withdrawal, because they feel it would appear tantamount to an admission of defeat," Senator McCain seems to be running a campaign of lies and misleading statements just as the Bush Campaigns did in the last two Presidential elections.

Later in the editorial and again today at a Press Conference in Maine McCain said, "I am also dismayed that he never talks about winning the war—only of ending it. But if we don’t win the war, our enemies will. A triumph for the terrorists would be a disaster for us. That is something I will not allow to happen as president. Instead I will continue implementing a proven counterinsurgency strategy not only in Iraq but also in Afghanistan with the goal of creating stable, secure, self-sustaining democratic allies." First of all Senator McCain there is not a war to win, there never was a war, there was no reason for the United States to invade a Sovereign Nation. There will mot be a Peace Treaty or a disarmament agreement because there was not an enemy, the Iraqi People or their Government ever declared war on the United States.

Senator McCain hopes to win the election by posing as a Military Leader but he fails to exhibit any personality traits that show he is a leader in any way. Senator McCain has always been a rank and file Republican that followed along with his party policies and those of the Bush Administration, and his editorial and campaign speeches and answers should be enough proof for the American People that Senator McCain would only lead an Administration that continues the policies and lies of the Bush Administration and continue the destruction of the principles and ideals of our once Great Nation.
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