I will not be voting for Sen. McAmnesty.
“Yes, Sen. Clinton is still in the race,” McCain acknowledged to scattered laughter among the conservative crowd. “I have known Sen. Clinton, I admire her and I respect her. She has inspired generations of American women to believe that they can reach the highest office in this nation and I respect that.”
After noting that he and Clinton had “stark differences” on issues, McCain continued: “But I admire the campaign she has run and I think she deserves a great deal of credit.”
Stark differences? I don’t see any. They both want to bomb Iran for the good of Israel (not America). They both want to control the economy under the umbrella of “for the good of the environment”. They both want to expand Government in the name of “National Greatness“. And of course, they are both Open Border supporters.
Now, here’s something to think about. Will Sen. McAmnesty pick her for his V.P.? Not to far fetched in this new world order of politics we are in. And the elites of both parties wanted them as the nominees. With Sen. Clinton looking to leave the Democratic race, and Sen. McAmnesty looking for a “winning unity ticket”, it wouldn’t surprise me.
Like I have said in previous posts, my vote is going to Barr/Root.