In an absolutely brilliant column this morning, George Will slices and dices putative GOP nominee John McCain. The lesson we conservatives should learn from it, for the fall campaign against a truly liberal Democrat who must be defeated for the good of the country, is best expressed by changing an old saying slightly. The saying is: “He may be an SOB, but at least he’s our SOB.” With regard to McCain, it ought to be said that “He may be our SOB, but he’s still an SOB.”Â
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