McCain backs off his no-new-tax pledge
By CHARLES BABINGTON, Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON - Republican presidential candidate John McCain's signal that he may be open to a higher payroll tax for Social Security, despite previous vows not to raise taxes of any kind, is drawing sharp rebukes from conservatives.
And last week Puffy McBush was talking about the possibility of an 18 month withdrawl plan. . . that's a long way from the 100 yrs he was talking about last winter.
So you're falling behind in the polls. Your campaign looks like it's on life support. What do you do?
Well, Puffy McBush is in a unique position. His policy is nothing but the failed policy of the last miserable administration with record low approval ratings. That aint gonna work and here they are less than 100 days till the election and they're just now realizing reality, but can you really win by adopting the policies of your opponent? In any other past election, that would be political suicide. Afterall, if you're going to vote for one white man or the other, you vote for the one with the genuine agenda, but this aint no ordinary election. The one big trump card that Puffy McBush has going for him is that he aint the black guy.
It'll be interesting to see how this all evolves and even more interesting to see how moronic the desperate proles can be or not be.