Thursday, June 26, 2008

Reason #1206 Not To Have John McCain As President Of The United States

I do not want a man as my president that needs to have his schedule "paced" in order for him not to feel that he is being ran "ragged." John McCain is too damn old to be president period. If you have to ease back your campaigning schedule, by not working on weekends, what in the hell are you going to do when you are the 24-7-365 President of the United States?

And considering that he hasn't bothered to vote in the Senate since April, when is he actually doing the job he got elected for? With all the fear mongering his campaign is doing, why isn't anyone wondering if he has the stamina to stand up to the rigors and duties of a U.S. President, if there was a serious terrorist attack or natural disaster that required him to travel around extensively and endlessly like Bush did during 9/11.


Anonymous,  June 26, 2008 at 5:37 PM  

His age/ health is even more reason why people will look at VP with a strong eye.

McCain has many issues that is overwhelming looked over by the MSM while he loves his underdog status.

For all the flip flop issues he has tried to throw at Obama, it is telling that this is a totally different politician than the one who ran in 2000. Yet another part of his candidacy that isn't dissected with a fine tooth comb the way they analyze the Obama/Wright issue. And when I say analyze I mean beat the dead horse.

On another note, have you checked out some of the articles on Sheila Dixon? I did post on how they are framing her investigation.

GoldenAh June 28, 2008 at 5:39 PM  

McCain figures Ronald Reagan got away with it, why not him? Does he even need to work hard? The media appears to be doing all the campaign work for him.

I get the impression McCain believes the polls, Obama 15pt lead, are wrong or made-up. Maybe he thinks, like Billary, "hardworking whites" will not vote for the black guy as Pres.

Then again, I have the same doubts.

JaliliMAster,  June 29, 2008 at 1:24 AM  

goldenah, one can never be too sure these days. Afterall, everyone is alone in the voting booth.

Shirley July 8, 2008 at 4:32 PM  

George Bush spent months at a time at his Crawford Ranch before 9/11. I think he spent just slightly less time there after 9/11. And I think I heard somewhere that he gets to bed by 9pm and takes several naps. McCain isn't the first politician to need a "schedule". There is historic precedent for McCain to be "paced." I do still think he's too old for the job.

This is an interesting switch in paradigm for the presidency. It used to be that the President was older because reaching that level was a career pinnacle. Now, candidates over 55 are seen as maybe out of touch, stuck in the past, etc.

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