Conservatives react to McCain’s wooing of the leftwing

Take a gander at the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) website and check out the responses to McCain’s overtures to the left.

Keep in mind, this ire is directed at McCain by REPUBLICANS—nationally.

5 Responses to Conservatives react to McCain’s wooing of the leftwing

  1. Jack says:

    Bet you Republicans who couldn’t tolerate the idea of a Mormon in the White House are having second thoughts. (You know who you are.)

    Look what we have for choices now. The more I hear from McCain, the more I realize he is not only a Democrat in a Republican cloak, but is absolutely not going to be where any conservatives are on the issues.

    Our goose, as they say, is cooked. Thanks to all of you who brought us to this dismal point in our party’s history.

  2. Ajo Joe says:

    He so obviously holds conservatives in contempt and then expects our alligence and votes? This is one guy who won’t be doing that. I’ll vote for every other office, but am not voting for McCain for president. If I have nothing else, I still have my principles!

  3. Keen Observer says:

    This was not hard to predict. Many have been forecasting this scenario for years….The destruction of the Republican Party by the “Great Fork Tongue Divider”.
    Kyl, Shadegg, Flake…..all the mighty, enabled this guy with the Major Maladjustment to destroy the Party.

    Are you all as embarrassed as I to hear McCain spout off about how wonderful it is to follow Al Gore’s lead on Global Warming and to create a huge new bureaucracy to administer this Junk Science Scam? Can you imagine what else is going to come from this genius of destruction?

    How the Democrats must love this Trojan Horse. McCain or Obama. It doesn’t matter. They win in either case because McCain and his compatriots have guaranteed that the Democrats will control the country for the rest of our lifetimes.

    Isn’t it amazing that McCain’s most ardent backers best argument is, “Well you don’t want Obama do you?” They have no shame about what McCain has wrought. No we don’t want Obama, but neither do we want McCain.

    We are much like an abused wife who finally makes the decision not to put up with it any more, and for better or worse leaves all behind. She leaves because she can’t take it any more. She speaks for us. We are gone. We don’t know what lies ahead, but we are through with being slapped around and told to shut up by conservative leaders who should be defending us.

  4. Fooled Twice says:

    KO:
    You speak for many of us. I remember Ronald Reagan saying he didn’t leave the Demorat party; it had left him.

    I fully understand that sentiment today. I am a lifelong Republican who has nowhere to go. This is a sad time for conservatives. McCain isn’t really even a “moderate.”
    He’s a true liberal and will not be getting my vote.