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Democrats Tie McCain to Bush (Again)

On the fifth anniversary of the war in Iraq, Democrats are once again tying the words and actions of John McCain to President Bush:

"Lockstep" is a 1-minute review of McCain's statements in the past seven years, and how they mirror those of Bush, Dick Cheney, and Donald Rumsfeld.

Here's the Spanish-language version (maybe an acknowledgement that McCain polls well with Latinos in key battleground states?):

-- Ed O'Keefe

By Ed O'Keefe |  March 19, 2008; 10:27 AM ET John McCain
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Actually, it's not clear what McCain will give us. After his gaffe, that Iran was training Al Qaida terrorists for the Iraq insurgency, was corrected on camera, it's clear that McCain doesn't stand for anything. He's just a puppet, (mis)reading his lines -- like Reagan.

Posted by: Brint | March 19, 2008 12:01 PM

Not to sound overly critical but what news is this article bringing us? We all know that McCain=Bush the 3rd term. Add to that his bewildering flip-flops on various subjects, his admitted weak grasp on economic issues, his constant mispoken errors regarding the most important of matters and you have to shake your head in astonishment that he is still thumping this "Commander and Chief" drum

Posted by: feastorafamine | March 19, 2008 1:33 PM

McCain is a joke, he's flipped flopped more than George Bush, Dick Shotgun Cheney and Rush pillpusher combined. McCain promised to keep us in Iraq for 100 and the Keating 6 scandal and his love of lobbyists make him someone the Democrats are more than happy to face in the fall.

Posted by: Jeff Langer | March 19, 2008 2:17 PM

McCain is a joke, he's flipped flopped more than George Bush, Dick Shotgun Cheney and Rush pillpusher combined. McCain promised to keep us in Iraq for 100 and the Keating 6 scandal and his love of lobbyists make him someone the Democrats are more than happy to face in the fall.

Posted by: Jeff Langer | March 19, 2008 2:18 PM

People are saying McCain has no clue what he is talking about, but what could easily be interoperated as a slip of the tongue on his part, could not be such on Obama's. Obama is a complete fool if he thinks we can just withdraw thousands of American's from a Middle Eastern country without creating violent and drastic repercussions. Obama's idealistic but foolhardy goals will surely results in many more problems for the US than we have seen under the Bush administration. Obama is riding a wave a of celebrity like popularity that certainly won't help him once he gets into office and has to make real decisions that don't involve deciding what new word to use in a speech directed to his hordes of misinformed supporters. If he gets elected though, you can bet it all that his fans, because that's surely the only thing you can call them: fanatic screaming fans, similar to the rock concerts of the 80's, will surely desert him once his idealistic promised dreams don't start to materialize. Hail Maverick McCain, the only qualified candidate for the 2008 presidential election!

Posted by: Obama is a Joke!! | March 19, 2008 3:36 PM

Wow 5 posts in the last several hours. McCain is burning up the blogo-sphere. How irrelevant can he get?

Posted by: feastorafamine | March 19, 2008 4:30 PM

Ummmm Hello? Is there anybody out there that cares about John McCain? Its now 6:15 PM on the west coast. 6 POSTS all day long. Talk about irrelevant, McCain isnt even able to generate mild interest.

Posted by: feastorafamine | March 19, 2008 9:16 PM

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Posted by: votenic | March 19, 2008 11:20 PM

Obama=dumb....He will only end up causing more problems for this country

Posted by: Nobama '08 | March 20, 2008 2:08 PM

Hello nobody has said anything here about Hillary, Miss I'll do anything to get elected by trying to get all the votes from our very largely populated Hispanic voters. She is too busy fighting her opponents its hard to tell when she is seriously approaching the issues that stands before her. Obama should win this election. Besides, when will there ever be a minority candidate to ever achieve what he has, he needs a chance, and plus his whole career has not been put on blast involving any scandals. Look at the Clinton's need I say more.

Posted by: Kia4Obama | March 21, 2008 1:40 AM

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