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Both candidates are out to prove, to themselves at the public’s expense, they remain unaffected by their pasts. Neither are trustworthy. Both display a lack of integrity. Each feels superior to the actual citizen, the people’s opinions be damned. Equally, they carry grudges against real and imagined slights.p>The American people can expect four years of battering, no matter the winning candidate. br> — Wolf Terner br> Fair Lawn, New Jersey /p>
I believe that unless there is limited, constitutional government there can be no legitimate government. What part of limited, constitutional government does McCain, in his monstrous arrogance, embrace?
I have always framed the “immigration” debate in terms of limited, constitutional government. There cannot be limited, constitutional government if our rulers can transfer our hard-earned wealth to anyone who enters our country illegally. There cannot be limited, constitutional government if our rulers can debase our sovereignty by enfranchising millions of aliens in our country illegally.
The 1986 amnesty, which was sold to us as the last amnesty, turned California from Reagan country to the land of Pelosi. Our rulers will swamp out the last pockets of Reagan Country if we permit them they enfranchise the millions of illegal aliens that have flooded this once Free land since the 1986 debacle. This election is our last chance to stop our rulers from this treason.
We cannot win with McCain. Yet we will have lost if McCain wins. Our last best hope of remaining a Free people is to stop McCain from carrying the mantel of the party that left Reagan into the general election, whatever the price. And then pray God we can soldier on and stop the American hating Left that is the party of moveon.org.
There is limited, constitutional government or there is no legitimate government.p>The Reagan coalition has been lost in the Bushes and there will be hell to pay. I will not vote for McCain. Bush is the shipwreck of our hopes. Hillary is the graveyard of our Freedoms. I weep for my beloved country. br> — Ralph Diamond br> Annapolis, Maryland
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
In Britain, defending your property can get you life.
It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
Was the President done in by the economy, or by the politics of the economy?