Wednesday, November 5, 2008

John McCain's Campaign Out Of Control And Lacking Class Until The Bitter End

It doesn't matter how gracious John McCain may have been in his remarks to Barack Obama. McCain clearly lost control of his campaign weeks, may be months ago. He ran a nasty campaign and did little to stop the ugliness and nastiness of his staffers and supporters. It was too late for kind words after the election had reached it's conclusion.

As his supporters booed, hissed, and jeered every time McCain mentioned Obama's name, it was a clear sign of what went wrong with McCain's campaign. John McCain lost his honor, his sense of decency, and deservedly, he lost the election.

7 comments:

TalentedTenth November 5, 2008 at 6:42 AM  

yes, i thought the jeers and booing last night when he mentioned obama was a direct indication of how he ran his campaign. you didn't hear the crowd in grant park do that. just sad..jealousy is so not cute.

Shurl November 5, 2008 at 9:44 AM  

First of all, Thank you God!!
Secondly, McCain got his supporters all riled up about President-Elect Obama being a terrorist-sympathizer, anti-American, socialist. And NOW he wants his supporters to unite under Obama?! Please!!

bbgcmac November 5, 2008 at 12:23 PM  

You are so on point when you say he, "..lost his honor, sense of decency and deservedly, he lost the election."

Truly he got caught up.

TD1016 November 5, 2008 at 6:22 PM  

I feel like McCain got set-up by his own campaign committee. But in the end he is still the one that has the control. You let yourself be a puppet and this is what happens.

YES WE CAN!!!

cinco November 5, 2008 at 6:29 PM  

Although I originally thought it was genuine in how McCain conceded, perhaps I was wrong. I was so caught up in the moment that I forgot how McCain's silence condoned the behaviors of weeks past and last night.

Faith November 6, 2008 at 12:57 AM  

All the Republican apologists and excusers who won't call out this behavior - esp the Black ones - just have me shaking my head. I'd like to say "let's work together" but if the shoe was on the other foot? Well, it has been for the past 8 years and now we see what happens. We cannot let them regain control in 8 years. Not after this.

Joanne November 7, 2008 at 2:53 AM  

I had a hard time perceiving his concession speech as anything other than trying to back-pedal on all the crap he unleashed during the past 9 weeks. He's pretty much proven that he'll say anything to try and get what he wants, which in this case seems to be whatever shreds of dignity he may have left.

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