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DolFan31
07-07-2004, 12:47 PM
It's amazing how the "legitimate press" fabricates news. If you listen to them you would get the idea that Kerry had offered McCain the VP slot and McCain turned it down. But Kerry never made McCain any offers according to both Kerry and McCain. This was a media fabrication because either they wanted to see that ticket - or - they wanted to be able to say Edwards was Kerry's second choice after McCain.

The truth is - it's fiction. It never happened. But the Republican owned news media will create any story to help Bush steal the election. And this is yet another example of it.

http://www.cnn.com/2004/ALLPOLITICS/04/11/mccain.veep/

"No, no and no. I will not leave the Republican Party. I cherish the ideals and principles of Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan," McCain said on NBC's "Meet The Press."

"I will not be vice president of the United States under any circumstances. I feel that I can be far more effective in helping shape policy in the future of this country as a United States senator."
But McCain said Sunday that he believes Bush "deserves re-election."

"Have we agreed on every issue? Of course not. We didn't agree on every issue when we ran against each other in a primary," he said.

"I am not embarrassed to say that John Kerry is a friend of mine, but I want George Bush to be re-elected president of the United States."

McCain, 67, is running for re-election to his Senate seat.

http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/69341_means7.shtml

"Whatever McCain's White House ambitions, Kerry doesn't believe that his friend would ever leave the Republican Party, as some observers have suggested. 'He has a great affection for his party,' Kerry said in a relaxed interview in his office before the luncheon."

Section126
07-07-2004, 08:33 PM
It's amazing how the "legitimate press" fabricates news. If you listen to them you would get the idea that Kerry had offered McCain the VP slot and McCain turned it down. But Kerry never made McCain any offers according to both Kerry and McCain. This was a media fabrication because either they wanted to see that ticket - or - they wanted to be able to say Edwards was Kerry's second choice after McCain.

The truth is - it's fiction. It never happened. But the Republican owned news media will create any story to help Bush steal the election. And this is yet another example of it.

http://www.cnn.com/2004/ALLPOLITICS/04/11/mccain.veep/

"No, no and no. I will not leave the Republican Party. I cherish the ideals and principles of Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan," McCain said on NBC's "Meet The Press."

"I will not be vice president of the United States under any circumstances. I feel that I can be far more effective in helping shape policy in the future of this country as a United States senator."
But McCain said Sunday that he believes Bush "deserves re-election."

"Have we agreed on every issue? Of course not. We didn't agree on every issue when we ran against each other in a primary," he said.

"I am not embarrassed to say that John Kerry is a friend of mine, but I want George Bush to be re-elected president of the United States."

McCain, 67, is running for re-election to his Senate seat.

http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/69341_means7.shtml

"Whatever McCain's White House ambitions, Kerry doesn't believe that his friend would ever leave the Republican Party, as some observers have suggested. 'He has a great affection for his party,' Kerry said in a relaxed interview in his office before the luncheon."

:lolcry:

themole
07-07-2004, 09:20 PM
[QUOTE=DolFan31]

The truth is - it's fiction. It never happened. But the Republican owned news media will create any story to help Bush steal the election. And this is yet another example of it.

http://www.cnn.com/2004/ALLPOLITICS/04/11/mccain.veep/



Where are you getting your information, Pravda?

My God, you reference CNN as a Republican owned news media!

BTW...are you so naive to think that polititions don't lie?
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DolFan31
07-08-2004, 03:12 PM
[QUOTE=DolFan31]

The truth is - it's fiction. It never happened. But the Republican owned news media will create any story to help Bush steal the election. And this is yet another example of it.

http://www.cnn.com/2004/ALLPOLITICS/04/11/mccain.veep/



Where are you getting your information, Pravda?

My God, you reference CNN as a Republican owned news media!

BTW...are you so naive to think that polititions don't lie?


I know politicians lie, especially that one guy whos in the White House with that Southern accent...

PhinPhan1227
07-08-2004, 03:25 PM
I know politicians lie, especially that one guy whos in the White House with that Southern accent...


That's a Texas accent....there's a distinct difference.

themole
07-08-2004, 11:02 PM
I know politicians lie, especially that one guy whos in the White House with that Southern accent...


Thomas Jefferson - “To expect a nation to be ignorant and free is to expect something which never has been, and never can be.”