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Country First Coalition

John McCain e-mailed today looking for some help:

The road was a difficult one from the outset. Yet, your faith, your support and friendship never wavered. Just as I have proudly served my country for more than half a century I am as committed as ever to helping see our mission through.

So to continue the movement, I have decided to launch a new grassroots organization called Country First.

Today, I’m asking you as a friend and supporter to renew your commitment to our common goals by becoming a Charter Member of Country First with an online contribution.

Johnny Johnny — I don’t know what you thought this was, but it basically came down to you not being Barack Obama.  You never really meant anything to me John.  Sorry, but that’s just what it was.  I never really liked ya very much, you know?

In all seriousness though, John McCain has rendered a great service to his country in his military career, and later in his political carreer, and I’ve always been impressed by his ability to come back and win when everyone else had left him for dead.  But in the big contest, when everything was on the line, he ran an awful campaign that utterly failed.  It is time for him to go gently into that good night and serve the remainder of his career as the Senior Senator from Arizona.  The GOP needs to march under fresh leadership if it’s going to move forward.

6 Responses to “Country First Coalition”

  1. N.U.G.U.N. says:

    Sounds like you wrote him a “Dear John” letter…

    LOL

  2. Chuck B. says:

    John McCain would not have been a particularly pro-gun chief executive if he had won last November. While a McCain administration would definitely not be as anti-gun as this incoming Obama administration is looking like so far, McCain seemed too willing to compromise with the anti-gun congressional Democrats on some things, such as their rhetoric on the non-existent “gun show loophole”.

    I also strongly doubt that John McCain would have done much to roll back any of the anti-gun policies of previous administrations either, such as the import bans on “non-sporting” firearms that have occurred under both of the Bush administrations.

  3. ATL says:

    McCain should have a requiem for his next political endeavor. i don’t think there is a conservative out there that is willing to back him again. From my experience I think McCain should just switch parties and get it over with.

    John suck it up, it’s over…….

  4. Tom says:

    Wasn’t one of the high up folks running his campaign a dem?

    Maybe that ought to be an indicator that we don’t need to move to the center or the left as we’ve already done that (over and over again really) and when running against the left they’ll overlook the lesser of two leftists.

    It sounds like he’s already trying to get behind the obama crap, which is most likely Soros crap filter through think tanks and polling groups then scripted for him to throw out there.

  5. Joe says:

    I am in fact something on the fence with the notion that McCain ran the campaign to loose. His comments about Obama, the advisers attacking Palin in anonymous press leaks. All point to me to a lack of desire to have a winning campaign.

    What I would love to see is a Palin back PAC, I think it could out draw McCain easily for money and support.

  6. BadIdeaGuy says:

    He should call it “country fist”. Because when you’re corrupting the sovereignty of your nation, a broomstick handle just isn’t enough.

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