McCain stands for less than nothing. Less government, less taxes, less progress, fewer rights, no change, let the ganovim roam free.
Wait, check that, McCain is for something -- 100 years of war in and/or the occupation of Iraq.
Anyhow that's an opinion from a biased left wing progressive (me).
Let's hear what McCain's right wing buddies think of him today:
"I'm baffled that the McCain guys have somehow managed to take a guy who practically had 'reform' tattooed to his forehead and turned him into the bastion of the status quo," said one Republican strategist, who like others spoke on the condition of anonymity.There's more in today's WP article, and it sure ain't purty.
The veteran strategist, who has not been asked to join the campaign, said the "devastating me-too chorus from Bush and [Vice President ] Cheney" on oil drilling is a "great example of the schizophrenia that surrounds their campaign."
[He has such a nice smile - especially considering all the heroic suffering and torture he endured forty years ago, prior to his disgraceful confession. ("I am a black criminal and I have performed the deeds of an air pirate. I almost died and the Vietnamese people saved my life, thanks to the doctors.") But he is a hero because, heck as he says, "Every man has a breaking point. I had reached mine." Poor me. I thought heroes shoot down lots of enemies and never confess, no matter what. Show how little I know.]