How can I forget to talk about the near-end of the wonderful presidential campaign of Sen. John "F--- You" McCain!
If you did not hear, Sen. "F--- You" McCain only raised a measly $11 million dollars this second quarter. Even better, reports are that he may need federal matching funds. Best yet, the campaign has laid off 50 plus people which is not a bad thing because now they are free to get on board a candidacy that has a chance to get the GOP presidential nod.
Although I did not really think that Sen. "F--- You" McCain had the nerve to even enter into the Republican presidential fray, once he did it was only a matter of time before the fate of possibly being the first to pull out of the race would happen. When a supposed front-runner has to do this in such an early stage of the campaign, it is a bad sign.
Is this a good way for a fine, wonderful American such as Sen. "F--- You" McCain to bow out of the presidential race? Of course not, but while not wanting to dance over the dirt going into the grave, Sen. "F--- You" McCain brought it all on himself.
By constantly being on the wrong side of critical issues important to Republicans, such as on the immigration reform bill-scam, so-called campaign finance reform, the infamous Gang of 14 that essentially crushed President Bush from nominating solid conservatives to the federal judiciary to how we treat enemy combatants in the War Against Terror, which maybe the only aspect of big issues he is in sink with Republicans. Sen. "F--- You" McCain's constant pandering to Democrats, even when Sen. "F--- You" McCain did not have to, is why Republicans are turning and now probably in droves, against the McCain candidacy.
Yes, Sen. John "F--- You" McCain is a dead man walking in the GOP presidential sweepstakes and that is a tragedy for had he been with his party on the above mentioned critical issues, Sen. "F--- You" McCain would be far ahead now and vanquishing candidates like former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney and yes, former Sen. Fred Thompson (R-Tenn). Instead, Sen. "F--- You" McCain is probably looking for someone else to blame on the beginning of the end of the presidential candidacy.