Not Happy With McCain
I’m not happy with the emergence of John McCain as the Republican frontrunner for President. Thomas Sowell spells out why well:
McCain has sold out not only with amnesty for illegal aliens but also sold out the First Amendment with the McCain-Feingold “campaign finance reform” bill that was supposed to take big money out of political campaigns, but blatantly has not.
McCain also sold out on judicial nominations by making his own side deal with the Democrats, undercutting Republican attempts to stop Democrats from filibustering judicial nominees instead of voting them up or down.
I especially don’t trust McCain with Supreme Court nominations. We don’t need a Republican president appointing a Souter or a Stevens.
I’m not happy at all with how the whole Republican race for president is going. McCain isn’t trustworthy; Romney is a phony; and Huckabee is a gaffe waiting to happen. I liked Thompson, but he wasn’t active enough and is now out of the race.
In the Texas primary, it’s becoming more likely I’ll vote for Ron Paul in protest.