McCain's bosses get him to flip-flop… 61 times so far

McCain's bosses get him to flip-flop… 61 times so far


Remember, he's not confused, he's just taking orders, and it must be hard to remember one's lines. A sampling:

14. McCain recently claimed that he was the “greatest critic” of Rumsfeld’s failed Iraq policy. In December 2003, McCain praised the same strategy as “a mission accomplished.” In March 2004, he said, “I’m confident we’re on the right course.” In December 2005, he said, “Overall, I think a year from now, we will have made a fair amount of progress if we stay the course.”

15. McCain has changed his mind about a long-term U.S. military presence in Iraq on multiple occasions, concluding, on multiple occasions, that a Korea-like presence is both a good and a bad idea.

16. McCain said before the war in Iraq, “We will win this conflict. We will win it easily.” Four years later, McCain said he knew all along that the war in Iraq war was “probably going to be long and hard and tough.”

17. McCain has repeatedly said it’s a dangerous mistake to tell the “enemy” when U.S. troops would be out of Iraq. In May, McCain announced that most American troops would be home from Iraq by 2013.

18. McCain was against expanding the GI Bill before he was for it.

the complete set is here



Joe S.

UPDATE: note we have a scammer here, posting disinformation, already widely discredited. /craig
Here's another great FLIP FLOP column for you Craig:
1. That he said U.S. soldiers lives were "wasted" in Iraq (Now on the verge of declaring victory against insurgents)
2. That he took financial help from crooked bagman Tony Rezko.
3. That he especially regrets saying Middle America (basically anyone to the right of Fidel Castro) is embittered and this explains their clinging to God, Guns, and Bigotry.
4. That he (will soon) regret his association with racialist bomb throwers like Jeremiah, whom Barry could no sooner disown than his own bigoted white gramdmother.
(Stay tuned Craig, Barry's flip flops, er, regrets haven't stopped coming in regards to gun control, nuclear power, Iraq troop withdrawals, faith-based social programs, on and on)

Ricardo Germán

Craig: your story inspires all of us who have our own views of this world and at the same time who want to do something about it. Thanks!

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