A Conservative’s Guide to Voting for John McCain

Clothes pin I offer the following guide to voting in the general election, should John McCain be the Republican candidate:

  1. Affix a clothespin to your nose
  2. Vote for John McCain
  3. Remove the clothespin
  4. Wash your hands
  5. Take a long shower
  6. Know that McCain is better than Hillary or Obama, even if barely…

And remember, there no time like the primaries to get a better conservative candidate.

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2 thoughts on “A Conservative’s Guide to Voting for John McCain”

  1. 7. Have a “quiet moment” that the VP is a good one.

    8. Have a “quiet moment” and reconsider your vote. Maybe Obama will leave intact more of your civil liberties than McCain.

    9. Have a “quiet moment” and weigh what is more important – your pocketbook or your civil liberties.

  2. Obama is an interesting choice. He’s certainly the candidate of change. Imagine if Hillary wins. How many more years of Bushes and Clintons can this country handle?

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