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McCain Does Something Right

Posted by Adam Graham on July 5, 2007

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I criticize John McCain for quite a bit, but give credit where credit is due, his proposal to bar the FCC from reinstating the Fairness Doctrine is a good one. Enough to get me to vote for him or forgive his numerous liberal steps? No, but it’s a good bill and Congress should pass it.

Also, we take a look at some liberals who are protesting the war and our country by refusing to pay their taxes (Hat Tip: World Magazine Blog) and by boycotting the Fourth of July. Some may call this patriotism, I call it hypocrisy (from the folks who lecture us about paying our fair share) and childishness.

Finally, one man can’t make a difference if you hand the other branch over tax and spenders, such is the case with Governor Marc Sanford (R-SC.) who has seen his efforts to cut and spending frustrated by big spending Republicans. (Hat Tip: Save the GOP)

Trackposted to Outside the Beltway, Perri Nelson’s Website, Diary of the Mad Pigeon, Wake Up America, DeMediacratic Nation, Right Truth, Pirate’s Cove, Webloggin, The Amboy Times, The Bullwinkle Blog, Dumb Ox Daily News, High Desert Wanderer, Conservative Cat, and The Yankee Sailor, thanks to Linkfest Haven Deluxe.

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2 Responses to “McCain Does Something Right”

  1. You can run said

    ..but you can’t hide.

    If Ravenel is convicted of distribution of cocaine, he can serve as much as 20 years in prison. I would say that it is more likely that he will cut a “plea deal” to serve a short amount of time behind bars along with probation.

    If Ravenel cuts a “plea deal”, in other words, “pleads guilty” then the Feds should insist that he roll over on a “Bigger Fish” If he does not roll over, then he should do some serious jail time with the rest of the “Cocaine Distributors”.

  2. You can run said

    ..but you can’t hide.

    If Ravenel is convicted of distribution of cocaine, he can serve as much as 20 years in prison. I would say that it is more likely that he will cut a “plea deal” to serve a short amount of time behind bars along with probation.

    If Ravenel cuts a “plea deal”, in other words, “pleads guilty” then the Feds should insist that he roll over on a “Bigger Fish” If he does not roll over, then he should do some serious jail time with the rest of the “Cocaine Distributors”.

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