"What you must understand is that when you do not share a thought system you are weakening it. Those who believe in it therefore perceive this as an atttack on them. This is because everyone identifies himself with his thought system, and every thought system centers on what you believe you are. If the center of the thought system is true, only truth extends outward from it. But if a lie is at its center, only deception proceeds from it." - Jesus Christ
Conservatives gain nothing by voting for John McCain. He seems somewhat conservative compared to his liberal buddies, but by not sharing a unified conservative thought system he does not teach conservatism and in fact sabotages conservatism. It would be much more beneficial for conservatives to "sit this one out" in the general election than vote for McCain.
It is important to understand the Republican Party is one of the last remaining defenses Americans can use against the relentless onslaught of Marxist oppression impersonating as "liberalism." In America, Marxist thought masked as "liberalism" totally dominates the Democratic Party, the mainstream media, the education establisnment, unions, the entertainment industry, and even many misguided churches. To continue serving as a defense, the Republican Party absolutely must maintain a consistent thought system and integrity in action.
President Bush's shortcomings as President did not ruin the Republican Party. Even John McCain caving in again and again to his liberal buddies, and calling his lack of integrity "bipartisanship" cannot destroy the Republican Party. But "liberals" will have breached the ramparts and sacked the Alamo if conservatives let McCain be the Republican spokesman. To "hold our nose" and vote for the Neville Chamberlain of conservatism is to invite "liberal" aggression like we've never seen. But to give Hillary or Obama enough rope to hang themselves while maintaining one's own integrity is a strategy which offers hope.
If Hillary or Obama is President, the American people will look to the Republican Party for alternatives and for reasonable opposition. The Republican Party will become once again heros who can bring real change to counteract the disasterous so-called "change" the Democrats talk about. Anti-establishment young Republicans have flocked to the ideas of Ron Paul and Mitt Romney, the two consistent conservatives among their current potential candidates ... and consistent young Republicans will bring a bright future. (To view a great video comparing Ronald Reagan and Mitt Romney see: Ronald Reagan/Mitt Romney speeches )
Better to be the opposition party with consistency and hope for the future, than the ruling party self-sabotaging itself with contradictions. Reject John McCain and wait ... and see what happens. Truth ... consistent, integrated truth ... will win in the long run. (See article: Republican Liberty Revolution)