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McCain: No Surrender

Peter Hauck

Senator McCain says "the threat of radical Islamic extremisim" is the "transcendant challenge of our time" and that he's the best qualified candidate to meet that challenge.

Sound Bite: "If we set a date for withdrawl and withdraw as the Democrats want us to do, you'll see chaos, genocide and we'll be back."

By washingtonpost.com Editors |  September 11, 2007; 12:51 PM ET Ad Watch , John McCain
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Unfortuantly, McCain is probably right. If we don't fix things now, we'll have to try again in 10 years or so.

Posted by: Paul S. | September 11, 2007 4:26 PM

I want to comment to paul S. who stated that Senator MacCain was right. Senator MacCain may be right in the fact that he is the most qualified for the challenge, but will he be the most qualified in carrying out his plans. He says that he is the best qualified but how do we know he will do anything.

Posted by: Jose Robles | September 13, 2007 10:28 AM

John McCain is such a pathetic little man. He promotes himself as a Vietnam war hero, but his memory, along with the news media seem to have forgotte that he wasn't such a fearless warrior when he was on the evening news several times denouncing the U.S, when was captured by North Vietnam. I wonder why no one else has remembered that episode in our history. Jane Fonda has never forgotten or forgiven for her actions. I'm disappointed and at a loss as to why I haven't heard or read this from other sources. Does anyone else remember those events? I shouldn't have to be the first person to bring this to attention of my fellow readers.

Posted by: notmyfatherscountry | September 15, 2007 1:48 AM

I really am disappointed in McCain. I would not say he was a hero in my eyes when he came home even though I had seen his little clips just after he was captured that did not bother me as I probably would have said and did as he I did have great admiration of the man now that and any thing about this man has abeen lost.
I am very disappointed with him in his remarks about the Move On add as he sat on his thumb sticking straight up when the swift boat folks created lies of an about another man of the same war who did not get shot down in war by the enemy but by bass and a group of lying bush supporter who forgot that bush deserted in 72 and went to Alamaba and then he and gw bush sat back and said nothing. These remarks about the Move On ad will cost him me and my family support in any and all his future attempts to do any thing needing our support. The best of good byes from Austin, TX and Frank Bowers.

Posted by: frank a bowers (arnoldbowers1@aol.com) | September 15, 2007 8:04 AM

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