The Real McCain

October 17, 2008 at 9:04 am 13 comments

Anoche McCain y Obama se volvieron a encontrar en un ambiente muy distinto al de los pasados debates. El marco, una cena en honor del que fuera gobernador de NY, Alfred Smith (D). La cena, repleta de asistentes demócratas (entre ellos Obama y Clinton) contó con la siguiente intervención de John McCain:

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Obama y Zapatero McCain closing gap

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  • 1. Mr Chip  |  October 17, 2008 at 4:14 pm

    Gracias al Señor Hussein Obama por darme la razón: “No hay que confiarse con las encuestas” -> las encuestas son falsas. ¿Qué credibilidad tienen encuestas de “The Washington Post” y “San Francisco Chronicle” si ellos mismos reconocen públicamente que apoyan a Obama ( http://elections.foxnews.com/2008/10/17/obama-pulling-away-newspaper-endorsement-race/ )?
    Insisto, la cosa está muy igualada, no hay que creerse encuestas que digan que Obama gana por 50 puntos ni las que dicen que McCain gana por 20 puntos. Estamos en la situación “too close to call”, por lo tanto cada voto cuenta.

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  • 2. emp  |  October 17, 2008 at 7:24 pm

    ¡¡¡¡Cómo me he reído!!!!😀

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  • 3. Uno  |  October 18, 2008 at 5:32 pm

    Este es un mensaje para los españoles interesados en la candidatura de Mcain a la Casa Blanca, ¿de verdad queréis apoyar a ese estúpido que ni siquiera sabe situar España en el mapa? jajajajajajajajaja sino lo sabíais mirad en Youtube.

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  • 4. James Levy  |  October 19, 2008 at 11:18 am

    Thank you Uno for your intelligent analysis. (ja, ja, ja)

    Aren´t you embarrassed to make such an infantile post? Do you have so little dignity? Do really have nothing better to do with your valuable time? Why is the left populated exclusively intellectual pigmies? Why does the Spain for McCain website bother them so much? Isn´t the control of TVE 1, TV2, El País, El Público, Tele5 and the ¨autonomous¨ TV of Andalucia, Catalunia and the Basque Region sufficient for you and your leftist fellow travellers? You could start with the PSOE webisite, where you will see a direct link to the official Obama website, to further spread your keen insights (ja, ja, ja) though you will have a lot of competition from the other deep thinkers of PSOE.

    Uno, Please, find something halfway intelligent to say, or take your nonesense away from one of the only forums available to people who believe in free speech and are not afraid of being labelled ¨racists¨ for not supporting the Savior, ¨Barry Hussein Obama¨ the same Obama supported by Hamas, the Castro brothers,, Hugo Chavéz, the Nation of Islam, and each and every enemy of freedom world
    wide.
    See you on election day. You have a nasty surprise coming. Just ask President Kerry and President Gore, also certain winners according to the polls.

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  • 5. James Levy  |  October 19, 2008 at 11:34 am

    If ACORN has succeeded in registering Bin Laden (among hundreds of thousands of fraudulent voter registrations), which candidate will get this mass murders´ vote? Hmm…not a very tough question after all.

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  • 6. Pedro  |  October 19, 2008 at 5:55 pm

    You are right, James. Not to mention Uno’s poor spanish (a few grammar errors in such a short piece of text).

    I watched McCain’s speech. Not bad at all. The final conclusions are good. I have heard some bad things about McCain’s campaign, but every time I hear him speak himself, I like what he has to say (in the speech shown above, and the first and third presidential debates).

    Speaking of debate… it was a pitty republicans could not come to the screening yesterday in Casa de América. The democrats were not nice at all…. I have blogged about what happened: http://www.megaspora.net/en/2008/10/18/third-us-presidential-debate-in-madrid/

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  • 7. Omar  |  October 20, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Uno you are totally right, I saw the video and it is really shameful!
    Obama will soon rule this world, the right is going home this time to wait for next chance with a better alternative than this boring McCain

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  • 8. James Levy  |  October 20, 2008 at 5:23 am

    Thanks Steven. Once again you prove my point!

    You make brilliant, well reasoned arguments. And calling my mother a whore, wow! What an intellect. I know that you and your friends on the left would gladly put me in the Gulag if you had the power.

    God help us if your ¨Savior¨ Hussein Obama and his followers actually do win on Nov. 4th

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  • 9. Pedro  |  October 20, 2008 at 6:33 am

    Steven: All those “intelectuales” you say populate the spanish left are more often than not mediocre people for one reason or another. They are ill-mannered, disrespectful with those who don’t share their same opinion, they are quick to shout aloud against their political opponents (democratrically chosen), but portray an incredibly sympathetic attitude towards several types of criminals. Other “intellectuals” include movie industry types who organize parties in their homes, bringing in guests who pee on the doorsteps of neighbors…. very intelligent and respectful people, indeed. And of course, nearly all of those intellectuals live off of public money (subsidies) because they can’t contribute anything half-useful to society. This is largely the fault of the Spanish governments over the past 20+ years, for not cancelling all those subsidies.

    “Intelectuales” is really a defamatory term, so it’s a good thing to have an intellectual-free political option (the right in our case) for the public to choose from.

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  • 10. maria  |  October 20, 2008 at 5:09 pm

    Uno, soy una española interesada en que McCain gane estas elecciones y no sé qué es peor, si que el sr Mc Cain tenga un lapsus geográfico o que el señor Obama sepa donde estamos y prefiera no visitarnos…Creo que ambas opciones son deudoras de “la gran representación” que superZP realiza de nuestro país.Él sí que debería preocuparse y no los españoles que apoyamos a una persona seria y digna de la Casa Blanca como el señor Mc Cain

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  • 11. Omar  |  October 20, 2008 at 9:09 pm

    james Levy: thanks I agree with your point classical point, Calling Obama Hussein, (arabic something…?), I see that you represent very well those left siders without “good arguments and logics, but from your right side. Isn´t this some sort of personality projection? Aren´t you sure that you might be accusing others of what you actually are and don´t realise?

    Read this republicans might join democrats, Husseins…uhhh that´s terrible! isn´t it levy? and Pedro?

    http://www.elpais.com/articulo/internacional/Obama/incluira/Colin/Powell/gobierno/gana/elecciones/elpepuint/20081020elpepuint_12/Tes

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  • 12. Elias  |  October 27, 2008 at 2:30 pm

    maria, creo que ZP es una persona con dignidad que no se baja los pantalones. Los retrasados son los republicanos, porque sacó las tropas de Irak, como es lógico, si todos ls paises guardarna rencor por eso y por no levantarse en un desfile de un país que oprime a pueblos débiles, preguntemosles entonces a los Vietnamitas porque mantienen relación con los americanos despue´s de la guerra del Vietnam..y así un sinfín de países que no deberian tratar con otros. No veo que Zapatero haya invadido ningún país ni matado a nadie, cosa que no se puede decir de otros países.

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  • 13. María  |  October 28, 2008 at 11:29 am

    ZP se baja los pantalones con quién le parece, ETA, por ejemplo, y permanecer en Irak ayudando a la población civíl y al restablecimiento de la democracia, que es lo que hacían las tropas españolas, no me parece en absoluto una bajada de pantalones, sino un comportamiento digno, responsable y coherente en un país democrático que sabe lo que supone sufrir ataques terroristas.
    Si los norteamericanos guardan rencor, a lo mejor ZP debería plantearse que les debe una disculpa y actuar con arrepentimiento, pero no ha sido el caso, más bien al contrario…El ministro Sebastián, dijo hace bien poco que “solo nos quedan 13 días de Bush”, pues bien, Bush organiza esa cumbre económica a la que ZP se muere por ser invitado y el señor Bush no dejará el poder hasta dentro de unos meses, como todo el mundo que se molesta en informarse sabe…No se puede ser tan chulo desde una posición exterior tan débil…

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