And then there was yesterday’s DC gun ban decision. The court got this one right – but only by a 5-4 decision. Citizens of the United States of American damn near lost a critical God-given legal right to self-defense by one stinking vote.
By Chuck Muth
There’s something a lot of Republicans need to learn, especially this year: Many voters don’t vote with their heads, but with their hearts. The person they select on their ballot isn’t always a logical choice, but an emotional one. So Republicans who can and do come to the absolutely logical conclusion that the November election is a choice between John McCain and Barack Obama need to understand that for a lot of conservative voters that logic simply isn’t enough. Continue reading “Supreme Help for John McCain”
As far as “allowing the Republican Party to implode,” wake up and smell the coffee – it imploded years ago. The GOP imploded when Tom DeLay and his henchmen took over the House of Representatives.
McCain may not be perfect, but a maverick is exactly what the GOP needs now
By Chris Ingram
Shortly after it became obvious Senator John McCain was going to get the Republican nomination for President of the United States, self-proclaimed “conservatives” and blow-hards like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Anne Coulter, and Laura Ingraham began to trash McCain, pronounce he wasn’t conservative, and say they wouldn’t vote for him. I guess I forgot these people own the term “conservative.” Continue reading “Post-Implosion Politics”