We have now been told, innumerable times, that John McCain is now the “nominee to be” of the Republican Party. The MsM has been shouting it in their print and broadcast media for a long time now but the volume was turned up considerably after the Florida Republican Primary win this week.
Problem is… McCain, not only cannot win the election in November, his nomination will finish the immolation (suicide) of the GOP!
As a conservative republican, it is absolutely astounding how completely out of touch (and tone deaf) the upper echelons of the GOP are. The party is tearing itself apart right in front of their eyes and they are deaf, dumb, and blind to carnage they are bringing to the party.
So, let me say it again: Conservative republicans will not vote for McCain … not even to save the country from “The Clintons”. Why should they? Conservatives know McCain is not a conservative. They know he is not one of them. Conservatives know there is not a dime’s worth of difference between the way McCain would govern and the way Clinton will govern.
You need to read an article David Limbaugh has written. It is entitled: “McCain Does Not Fit 'Conservative' Definition“. You’ll find it at:
Want more? Read Scott Miller’s “Why Conservatives say:” Hell NO!” to McCain” at:
Then there is Michelle Malkin with this piece entitled: “John McCain vs. The Right. No Easy Peace”. You’ll find it at:
If the GOP nominates this man, the election is over. The dems will win in a landslide in November.
The battle rages in the Republican Party as I write this piece. Many GOP voters, from the conservative wing of the party, are vowing to “stay home” in November if McCain gets the nomination. I won’t stay home, but I will not vote for McCain. In my state a voter can skip over the Presidential portion of the ballot, entirely, and continue to vote for everything else. Many will do that, as I, myself, intend to do.
In the meantime, I say again, conservatives need to leave the Republican Party and form their own political party. We are not going to be taken seriously until we do. The moment we leave, of course, the GOP will be relegated to a back seat in the halls of government in Washington. Why they can’t see that is simply beyond my comprehension.