It's funny how all these "outraged" liberals still don't get that John McCain could care less what they think. And why should he, considering they're wrong on everything and that he's running against the most liberal senator in all of Congress for the big seat on Capitol Hill. Yet, liberals remain "outraged" at Senator McCain. After all, not too long they were all prepared for McCain to select Mitt Romney for VP (easy pickings for liberals who'd long done their homework on Romney's history of flip-flops as well as his controversial Mormon religion), but McCain throws them a slant and picks a relative unknown in Sarah Palin instead, which in turn galvanizes his base and leads to two weeks standing ahead of Obama in the polls. But "how dare he not pick the guy that would've most likely weakened his campaign and that we had the strongest argument against?" the "outraged" liberals seem to be thinking in unison all the while the "Inept" and "inexperienced" Palin continues to dominate their conversations.
After John McCain's bold decision to suspend his campaign, he has stunningly erased a three-point lead and now is tied with Barack Obama at 46-46 in Thursday's Gallup Poll.
The poll included interviews taken on Wednesday -- when McCain said he would fly to Washington to work on the bailout bill, suspend his presidential quest and possibly not appear at Friday's scheduled debate.
Those were bold decisions, and maybe Americans appreciated them.
On the other hand, the Gallup pollsters point out that McCain has been gaining on Obama for days. And interviews on Wednesday did not show any dramatic shift to McCain simply because of his campaign-related decisions.
All in all, this has been a great week for McCain in the polls. He has gained on Obama every day, despite the fact that Americans supposedly see Obama as being a better leader when it comes to the nation's economic problems.
Obama is not appearing presidential to enough Americans in this time of financial crisis.
Now a month later, we may heading into financial abyss and instead of dealing with the problem head-on, first-term senator Obama and his liberal minions want to "talk about it" during a debate. And of course, the loons are "outraged" again that McCain didn't do what they wanted, instead suggesting that the all-important first debate be postponed. Instead, McCain does what we'd expect Presidents to do in the midst of crisis: act like a leader, head back to Washington and do whatever they can to push a sound, strong bill through a divisive Congress. How dare he say the "outraged" liberals. Any wonder why John McCain is the better man for President? For starters, he doesn't listen to liberals.