Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Some of the News
That May be True

Walk across Sea of Galilee was Clincher

Butte, Montana Senator John McCain interrupted his campaigning here in Butte to call a press conference. He opened the conference with the startling announcement that he was withdrawing from the race and endorsing his rival, Barack Obama. He released his delegates and urged them to support Senator Obama.

The Senator noted the clearly presidential manner that Obama exhibited during his meetings with generals and foreign leaders. He added that he and his staff were impressed with Senator Obama's grasp of foreign policy issues and his firm and clear exposition of United States' interests and policies.

In responsse to a question from the reporter present, Senator McCain said that his decision was supported by his family, particularly his younger grandchildren.

In closing, Senator McCain stated that it was important to make this announcement at this time, before Obama's ascension to the presidency was confirmed by his performance and his reception in Europe.


"President Bush was asked twice last week about Sen. Barack Obama. In response, Bush never used the Democratic presidential candidate's name.

As it turns out, Bush has uttered Obama's name only a handful of times since the senator from Illinois began running for the White House last year, according to a review of his public statements and appearances...."

Well. after 71/2 years, Mr. Bush still has trouble uttering the w0rds "global warming".

Senator McCain: "I know how to win wars. And if I'm elected President, I will turn around the war in Afghanistan, just as we have turned around the war in Iraq, with a comprehensive strategy for victory."

Was that the vietnam war?