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John McCain: Attempted Theft from Conservatives

"The ego is trying to teach you how to gain the whole world, and lose your own soul. To invest in something without profit is surely to impoverish yourself, and the overhead is high. Not only is there no profit in the investment, but the cost to YOU is enormous. For this investment costs you the world's reality, by denying YOURS, and gives you nothing in return." - Jesus Christ

John McCain is not a true Republican. He is a Democrat who thinks if he runs as a Republican he can be friends with Republicans and Democrats both, friends with everyone. He is an addicted friend-aholic. His desperate psychological state is a pathological need to be friends with all those he comes into contact with.

Such a plight means that McCain will always be making people unhappy with his constant need to compromise principles and even compromise common sense in the hopes of keeping "friends." Worse, it means he can be used by those who detect his illness and know how to manipulate his addiction to their purposes.

Many have wondered how John McCain could have sold out Republican Principles so many times ... the McCain - Feingold censorship bill, the McCain - Kennedy amnesty for illegal aliens, the McCain gang of 14 who sabotaged a Republican strategy that would have given the U.S. many more conservative judges. It's not that he is "brainwashed by the enemy," as some have suggested. He is simply a man who in his sickness believes that keeping truth and illusions equated in his mind is the bottle that keeps his addiction satisfied.

John McCain does not belong in the American Presidency any more than his friend Hillary Clinton. He belongs in a FA meeting: Friend-aholics Anonymous.

Do not believe for a second that McCain's kind of "working together" would be good for America. Should Americans have "worked together" with Hitler so the Nazis would think of Americans as friends? Would there have been a benefit from Jesus "working together" with King Herod so Herod would consider him a friend?

It's understandable that Americans would really like to see Democrats and Republicans joining together and finding common ground from which to build ... but that is a lot different than the inability to see anything else but ways to satisfy a psychological illness. Let Republicans nominate someone who stands tall and feels whole and complete within himself, having no perverse need for approval or friendship. Such a man can sit down with Democrats not from a position of weakness but from a position of strength.

We call for John McCain, or John McClinton, or whatever name he changes to when courting friends, to drop out of the race and allow a real Republican to gain the nomination.

(See related article: Republican Liberty Revolution)

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1 comment:

cube said...

Pray for a Romney miracle.