Thursday, September 18, 2008


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

John McCain and Sarah Palin powerfully convey confidence in their leadership.

B. Hussein Obama and Joe Biden convey political opportunism, their prime characteristic for that is the motive component that drives them.

When John McCain and Sarah Palin say that country comes first, that they want to put government on the side of the people, they actually mean it.

When B. Hussein and Biden throw all sorts of goody packages to the citizens if elected to the White House, they have no idea how they are going to come through with all that in January.

John McCain and Sarah Palin promise radical reform. That is what separates them from the Bush administration. That is believable to thinking Americans.

Both Republican candidates have underlined their individualities apart from party allegiance. John McCain has a track record of reaching across the aisle, working with persons of both parties and no
party. He has also fought corruption within his own party.

Sarah Palin has taken on her own Republicans who planted corruption right and left in Alaska. She won over the citizenry, regardless of party tie. She worked from a moral base, not a political opportunistic drive.

These two people are now convincing thinking voters of their genuineness. In that is John McCain and Sarah Palin’s confidence. They have no conscience problem.

B. Hussein and running mate have huge conscience problems for they are both working on what works for them, not what will work for the Republic. B. Hussein in particular has been caught in a litany of lies. His wordsmith trade works on crafting deceitful phrases and sound bites that impress the crazed mobs.

If honesty has its day, John McCain and Sarah Palin’s truthful confidence should win out for the good of this nation.

If brainlessness and immoral bases drive the ballot take, then the country is doomed to a secularized future overseen by the mighty conscience-dead duo.

It is an unnerving small time frame ahead for all of us.

1 comment:

  1. I detect some desperation in the Obama-Biden campaign. Perhaps they smell defeat coming.