High-court fears drive conservatives to rally around McCain, overlook

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High-court fears drive conservatives to rally around McCain, overlook flaws
By Ralph Z. Hallow
May 21, 2008

Prominent conservatives and activists are indicating they will put aside their differences with presumptive Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain and rally their supporters to his side because of one issue: federal judgeships.

In big gatherings and small, in e-mails and one-on-one conversations, conservative opinion leaders fear a Democratic president, especially Sen. Barack Obama, will use the presidential power to appoint federal judges who will remove references to God and religious symbols from public places.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (gwhunter69 @ May 21 2008, 11:13 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
High-court fears drive conservatives to rally around McCain, overlook flaws
By Ralph Z. Hallow
May 21, 2008

Prominent conservatives and activists are indicating they will put aside their differences with presumptive Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain and rally their supporters to his side because of one issue: federal judgeships.

In big gatherings and small, in e-mails and one-on-one conversations, conservative opinion leaders fear a Democratic president, especially Sen. Barack Obama, will use the presidential power to appoint federal judges who will remove references to God and religious symbols from public places.
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This is the main issue of this election in my opinion. Everything else including the war on terror and oil are a distant second. McCain may not be a very good choice, but the alternative is scary.
 

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I read today in the Washington Post that many want Obama to promise the SC 1st nomination to Hillary.
 

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"This is the main issue of this election in my opinion. "
Me three, as the leading candidates are so similar and un conservative. The continual degrading of values and morals, is the top priority, in my mind. Socialism and high taxes is what the dems have waiting for us, and McCain is not a true republican nor conservative. He could have put on a blue shirt and he would fit right in with obama and clinton...
 

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I hear ya masonjar, McLaim has no conservative track record to indicate that he would actually pick a conservative never mind get him through the democrat controlled congress. I think an Obama presidency will amount a huge power struggle between Pelosi, Reed and the white house. They are not going to let some new kid unknown come in and take charge. They will be in charge and if he doesn't like it than hopefully nothing will get done. Not that anything needs to get done. I am seriously considering Bob Barr as the alternatives are so unpalatable. I'll take my chances. S/T
 

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My only qualm in voting for Barr ss I feel that I would be throwing my vote away and allowing Obama to be elected, if he is the demoncrap runner. If Barr is on the ballot I feel I will vote for him, at least I will be voting for something instead of against. I really wish something would happen and everyone would find out about him and by some great fortune get elected.
 

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