Notes from the Publisher

McCain Would Be a Great President if it Weren't for His Policies


One thing that many Republicans were wondering over the last few weeks is this - why hasn't John McCain come out swinging against Obama with regards to Freddie/Fannie?  I think I know why - it is because John McCain always puts country above politics.

Before the bailout bill was passed John McCain suspended his campaign, and worked with anyone and everyone he could to come up with a good bailout bill.  There were almost no attacks during this time on Obama and his role in it from McCain.  In fact, I think the only ones that were made were from the RNC and not from the McCain campaign.  Now that the bailout bill has passed and is signed, McCain has indicated that he is going to start attacking Obama for the situation with Fannie and Freddie.

More than being president, John McCain wants the country to work.  He is willing to sacrifice his presidency to do what he believes is best for the country.  This is the same situation with the troop surge.  John McCain lobbied for it even when it was a politically bad move, because he thought it was right for the country.  John McCain allowed himself to be shot at time and time again with no response while working for the bailout.  Why?  Because getting the country working again was his most important task.

Now that McCain's duty has been fulfilled, he is ready to fight Obama.

That's exactly what we want in a leader.  I am actually in awe of McCain's leadership.  Now if only he hadn't just used his awe-inspiring leadership qualities wasting $700 Billion, I would be a lot happier.