Monday, September 22, 2008


“I SUPPOSE the McCain campaign's hope is that when there's a big crisis, people will go for age and experience. The question is, who in this crisis looked more presidential, calm and un-flustered? It wasn't John McCain who, as usual, substituting vehemence for coherence, said 'let's fire somebody.' And picked one of the most experienced and conservative people in the administration, Chris Cox, and for no apparent reason... It was un-presidential behavior by a presidential candidate ... John McCain showed his personality this week and it made some of us fearful.”

- George F. Will, This Week.


TruthSeeker said...

That was a good article. I think there are a lot of conservatives who consider the Palin pick a deal-breaker. They're not coming out and saying that's coming out as distrust of McCain's temperament. They're looking critically at all his behaviour for signs of that same impetuousness.

hmm..I wonder who Will is going to pull the lever for? Or, Frum, Scarborough, Buchanan...

Craig Hickman said...

Buchanan will vote for McCain. He won't waste a vote on Barr and he will die if Barack is elected.

Scarborough is an idiot. He'll vote for the idiot.

Frum and Will may sit it out of vote for Barr if he's on the ballot in their states. But you never know, they may pull that lever for Barack.