May 26, 2008

John McCain’s Memorial Day Ad

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John McCain’s Memorial Day Ad -

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May 21, 2008

Obama & the 57 States!

ARRA News - H/T GOPUSA - Political Cartoons:
Obama Lost on the State Line by Eric Allie

McCain Ads: 2013 & Leadership

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McCain Ad - 2013
McCain Ad - Leading

May 11, 2008

The Difference


John McCain, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were walking down the a Washington D.C. street when they came upon a homeless man.

John McCain gave the man his business card and told him to come to his office to get a job. He then took $20 out of his pocket and gave it to the man.

Hillary was very impressed, so when they came upon another homeless person, she decided to help. She walked over to him and gave him directions to the welfare office. She them reached into John McCain's pocket and got out $20. She kept $15 for her administrative fees and gave the homeless person $5.

When they came upon another homeless person, Barack told him to "have hope . . . change is coming . . ." and gave him nothing.

Now Do You Understand The Difference?

Accountable - McCain Ad

ARRA News Service:
Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign released a new TV ad, entitled "Accountable," focusing on John McCain's innovative pro-growth plans to get our economy back on track.

May 8, 2008

Navy releases McCain's military record

Bill Smith, ARRA Editor: The Navy released John McCain military resord today in response to a Fredom of Information request (FOI) by the AP . The following is a Summary of AP post:
From his five years in a North Vietnamese prison camp to his tenure as the Navy's liaison to the Senate, John McCain's Navy record boils down to a series of unadorned paragraphs that bestow upon him some of the nation's top military honors. The Navy recently released McCain's military record -- most of it citations for medals during his Navy career . . . McCain was awarded a Silver Star Medal . . . Navy Commendation Medal . . . Legion of Merit with a combat "V" and one gold star, a Distinguished Flying Cross and a Bronze Star Medal with a combat "V" and two gold stars.
While the press may have found John McCain's record rather boring, I found it heroic! They summarized that McCain received 17 awards and decorations. I doubt if the press knew how to count the clusters on those ribbons. John McCain also received the Purple Heart (for combat injuries and injuries from torture) and the National Order of Vietnam (from the Republic of Vietnam).

May 7, 2008

McCain Courts Judicial Conservatives

ARRA News Service - Tony Perkins, FRC: Visiting Wake Forest University today, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) delivered a pointed speech about the disarray of U.S. courts and the type of judicial nominees he would support if elected President. Affirming his intent to nominate strict constructionists, McCain told the crowd that "...the duties and boundaries of the Constitution are not just a set of helpful suggestions. They are not just guidelines to be observed when it's convenient and loosely interpreted when it isn't." Frustrated by the "presumption" of federal judges to resolve policy questions "that should be decided democratically," McCain pledged to nominate judges in the mold of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito and Chief Justice John Roberts. "In federal and state courts... there are still men and women who understand the proper role of our judiciary. And I intend to find them and promote them... My nominees will understand that there are clear limits to the scope of judicial power," McCain said. He criticized his colleagues in the Senate for making time to pass exorbitant earmarks but relegating judicial nomination hearings to the bottom of their to-do lists. The Democratically controlled Senate views the judiciary as a tool for dictating social policy. If Congress doesn't have the votes to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act, its liberal allies will find a judge to declare it unconstitutional. Their hopes are ultimately pinned on a President, who, they hope, will nominate judicial activists to reshape the social landscape of America. We applaud Sen. McCain for pledging to make every federal court "a refuge from abuses of power, and not the source." See Also: McCain Criticizes 'Activist Judges'


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May 4, 2008

McCain's Heathcare Solutions Ad

ARRA News Service -John McCain is committed to lowering health care costs for Americans.