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When people like Dick Finan say they may stay home in November instead of voting for McCain...

February 7, 2008 05:19 PM

...it says a lot:

Finan, one of the first Ohio Republican party leaders to endorse Romney, said he believes many Romney supporters around the state will have a hard time voting for McCain in the fall campaign – and, he said, he is one of them.

“I might just have to sit it out,’’ said Finan. “Some of them, obviously, will vote for McCain over whoever the Democrats put up. But some of them just won’t.”

Dick Finan is a conservative Republican, but he's not some unhinged radical.  He used to be President of the Ohio Senate, for crying out loud.  He's a total party player, but he's not willing to party with McCain.  Incredible, really.

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I'm just glad I'm not totally alone in not being totally happy with Mccain.
Fred....if only...what could have been.

5chw4r7z   ·  February 8, 2008 10:30 AM

I still plan to vote for Fred in the Primary and here is why.

The McCain campaign AND the Republican National Committee will be looking very closely at Ohio and particularly SW Ohio because we are critical to the Presidential race. This is why we MUST vote for Fred Thompson in the Primary election. Since they will be looking so closely, we need to send them the message, LOUD AND CLEAR that WE ARE CONSERVATIVES and John McCain and the Republican Party MUST LISTEN to Conservatives! Fred Thompson is THE MOST Conservative candidate on the ballot (yes he is on the ballot). Only a vote for Fred will truly send the message. Fred was endorsed by National Right to Life before he pulled out of the race. He is a strong social conservative, a strong fiscal conservative and a strong national security conservative.

I strongly encourage all Conservatives to VOTE FOR FRED THOMPSON in the primary to SEND THE STRONG CONSERVATIVE MESSAGE. Maybe a strong message will put Fred as a VP candidate.

GO FRED!

ohio4fred   ·  February 10, 2008 12:02 AM

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