Liberals on the attack to discredit John McCain are not wasting time but are investing a lot of money. They know they have to do it before the national debate begins. They know once the primaries are over and their candidate have to face one on one with John McCain, they will be at the defensive.
So, today is the New York Times with an unfounded story in the front page resembling the covers of tabloid magazines displayed at cashier counters in grocery stores. The credibility of this newspaper is going down the drain.
I'd like to share with you some thoughts that were emailed to me today:
"This is the same paper that gave MoveOn.org a sweetheart deal to run advertisements attacking General Petraeus --. We better get ready for more of the Democrats' attacks over the coming months as the Democrats pick their nominee, MoveOn.org starts spending their unlimited soft money, and the liberal media tosses standards aside in an attempt to stop our momentum."
"Objective observers are viewing this article exactly as they should - as a sleazy smear attack from a liberal newspaper against the conservative Republican frontrunner. Sean Hannity said, after reading the article three times, "It was so full of innuendo and so lacking of fact, and so involved in smear, I came to the conclusion that the goal here was to bring up a 20-year-old scandal." Washington attorney Bob Bennett, who was the Democrat counsel during the Keating investigation, said, "This is a real hit job." Joe Scarborough called the allegations "outrageous." Even pundit Alan Colmes -- not known for his conservative leanings -- concludes "this is a non-story."
We must unite our efforts and help John McCain to continue his campaign for the nomination .