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McCain seeks a truce with conservatives

February 7, 2008 09:55 AM

Politico describes his two-pronged pitch:

Prong one: McCain is not really so bad, is quite conservative on spending and the Iraq war and is far better than the alternative come this fall. Prong two: The time has come to stop stewing and get on board.

Patronizing.  And typically contemptuous.  I'm not ready to make nice, and I sure hope others aren't either.


You must be very sad today, with Mitt's announcement. As for me, I am happy as hell. The phoney flip-flopper is finally gone!

Interested Observer   ·  February 7, 2008 01:45 PM

It was a little sad, but it was obviously bound to happen sooner or later. As for the flip-flopper stuff, he got a rousing reaction from hundreds of hard core conservatives today, none of whom seem to be putting much stock in the flip-flopper charge. These are the people that would know.

NBS   ·  February 7, 2008 02:22 PM

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